The SEC Championship game is scheduled for Sunday afternoon, and it is exactly how the bracket was supposed to play out. Texas A&M, the two seed, will look to continue their surprising season with a win over the top seeded Alabama Crimson Tide. Here, our pick for Texas A&M vs Alabama for the SEC Tournament title.
Texas A&M vs Alabama Betting Pick
|ℹ️ The Pick:||Alabama -4|
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This game will be played at Bridgestone Arena at 1:00 p.m. ET on Sunday, March 12, 2023.
Why Bet on Alabama:
✅ Alabama is 6-1 in their last seven games leading into the final, though that loss was to these Aggies.
✅ The Crimson Tide rank much better than the Aggies in all metrics and they have a clear talent advantage.
✅ This may feel like an Alabama home game and that could go a long way in a game that should come down to the last 10 minutes.
Texas A&M Aggies – The Surprising Season Continues
Texas A&M continued their incredible late season form and dominated the Vanderbilt Commodores in an 87-75 victory. The Aggies jumped out to a quick double-digit the lead and the game was never a contest again.
These two teams met just once in the regular season, in their season finale, and it was a Texas A&M blowout win. The Aggies jumped all over the Crimson Tide early and were able to hold off the Crimson Tide in the second half.
Texas A&M ranks out as the 20th best team in the nation, third best in the SEC, and are an impressive 12-6 in their games against opponents in the first two quads.
Joe Lunardi, as of Saturday morning, would have Texas A&M as the fifth seed in the West region.
Alabama Crimson Tide – The Best in the Conference
Alabama played the Missouri Tigers in the semifinals and were able to overcome a poor start to win 72-61. The Tigers came ready to play in this one, but the Crimson Tide gained control by the end of the first half and were comfortable most of the second half.
Alabama ranks out as the second-best team in the nation, first in the SEC, and will be a one-seed in the NCAA Tournament.