The final participant in the SEC title game will be set after an interesting Saturday afternoon title. Vanderbilt has been one of the hottest teams in the country and they are looking to continue this run over the second seeded Texas A&M Aggies. Here, our pick for this Vanderbilt vs Texas A&M SEC Tournament Semifinal game.
Vanderbilt vs Texas A&M Betting Pick
|ℹ️ The Pick:||Vanderbilt +3|
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This game will be played at Bridgestone Arena at 3:00 p.m. ET on Saturday, March 11, 2023.
Why Bet on Vanderbilt:
✅ Vanderbilt is 5-0 in their last five games and 10-1 in their last 11 played.
✅ The Commodores know they need to at least make the SEC Championship game to get considered on Selection Sunday.
✅ Vanderbilt is a solid 10-10 in the Quad One and Two games this season.
Vanderbilt Commodores – Making the Committee Think
Vanderbilt continued their impressive end of season form with an 80-73 victory over Kentucky in the quarterfinals. The Commodores are going to make the committee talk about them and a win in the semifinal may get enough to sneak in as the last team in come tomorrow.
The metrics do not love Vanderbilt as they are ranked as the 82nd best team in the nation with a 44 average resume rating and a 73.7 quality rating. Vandy is 5-9 in Q1 games, 5-1 in Q2 games, and a combined 10-3 record in Q3 and Q4 opportunities.
Vanderbilt is the fourth team out of the bracket according to Joe Lunardi’s Saturday morning Bracketology.
Texas A&M Aggies – Continue to Prove the Doubters Wrong
Texas A&M has also been impressive to end the season and they advanced to the semifinals with a 67-61 victory over the Arkansas Razorbacks. The Aggies have been consistent of late as they have won their last two games by the same exact score and have given up between 60 and 63 points in five of their last six games played.
These two teams met once in the regular season and it was a tough 72-66 home victory for Texas A&M.
Joe Lunardi has the Aggies as the fifth seed in the East region.