This match-up between the Tide and Aggies could go a long way in determining the winner of the SEC West. Alabama is looking to continue their incredible winning streak to 20 straight games, but the Aggies have revenge on their minds, having lost the past three meetings to Alabama by a combined score of 149-65.

Will we see the same result that we've seen for the past three years, or will we be witnesses to a Johnny Manziel-type performance from Trevor Knight? You know, the same Trevor Knight that defeated the Tide in the 2014 Sugar Bowl?

Martin Houston, Host of The Morning Blitz

Can the Tide continues to roll, as the Aggies come to Bryant-Denny or will this team suffer the fate of the 2010 team? This week reminds me of the South Carolina game of 2010. It's the end of a grueling grind, so will the Tide be riding high and overlook a worthy opponent? I think not, because both Saban and the program have grown since then. Look for the Tide to continue their winning ways and produce another dominant performance over a top 10 opponent. Alabama secures the win. Alabama 48, Texas A&M 17

Wimp Sanderson, Co-Host of Inside the Locker Room

I look for Bama to continue to stop the run, forcing Trevor Knight to the air. This will end up being a bad recipe for Texas A&M. Alabama 30, Texas A&M 14

Barry Sanderson, Co-Host of Inside the Locker Room

Alabama will continue to run the ball effectively. Texas A&M is really good at going after football causing turnovers. This will keep Alabama from covering the big line. Alabama 38, Texas A&M 24

Gary Harris, Host of The Gary Harris Show

First place in the SEC West is on the line this Saturday in Tuscaloosa as top ranked Alabama plays host to 6th ranked Texas A&M. The Aggies have visions of a first ever trip to Atlanta for the SEC Championship Game dancing in their heads. It's only a dream as the clock will strike midnight against the Tide at Bryant-Denny Stadium. Alabama 38, Texas A&M 21

Travis Reier, Host of Southern Fried Sports

The Aggies have the skill players needed to pull the upset. The challenge for the visitors will have more to do with Alabama's big people. They're not just big around here anymore. They're skilled, too. Alabama 41, Texas A&M 24

Aaron Suttles, Host of The Suttles Approach

Alabama is averaging about 45 points a game. I don't get the sense that Texas A&M will be able to run the ball effectively so they'll be forced to pass and will put up some yardage. Alabama 45, Texas A&M 28

Ryan Fowler, Host of The Game

Texas A&M has some playmakers on defense, but not enough to stop the Crimson Tide. Aggies defense comes in ranked 98th in college football and a rush defense currently ranked 69th in CFB. On offense, Texas A&M brings in the SEC’s best rushing offense, but I do not think they can run against Alabama’s defense which is the best run stopping defense in CFB, yielding just under 64 yards per game. Strength vs. strength, I think the Crimson Tide wins the match up. Alabama has better players top to bottom and is a much better team. Alabama 49, Texas A&M 21

Ben George, Digital Managing Editor

I’m still trying to wrap my mind around an undefeated team being an 18-point underdog, but that’s where Texas A&M is right now. The Aggies boast the SEC’s best offense and a quarterback that has beaten Alabama, which makes it harder to imagine them getting run out of Bryant-Denny. The Alabama defense should have success stopping the run, but we’ll find out just how much the secondary has improved since the Arkansas game. The Crimson Tide is too dynamic and can change the game with every unit, and that makes them so difficult to defeat. Nick Saban will hit the bye week with a big win and a chance to close out an undefeated regular season in November. Alabama 42, Texas A&M 28.

James Hardy, Producer

Three seasons ago, Aggies quarterback Trevor Knight torched Alabama's defense in the Sugar Bowl as an Oklahoma Sooner. This time, the Crimson Tide defense will be much better prepared and equipped to counter his passing and running ability. Alabama 34, Texas A&M 17

Ryan McMunn, Producer

A&M is tired of the Alabama hype and all the Alabama coverage. Well, it's well-deserved. The Tide come in 7-0 and the top-ranked team in the country. They boast the highest scoring team in the SEC, as well as the 2nd ranked total defense in the conference. The Aggies are confident coming into Saturday's match-up, but that'll be a capricious attitude come about 6:00 Saturday evening. Head coach Kevin Sumlin and crew are fully capable of scoring some points, but this Aggies defense has been porous at best, giving up 437.5 yards/game. Las Vegas has this one about right, but it won't be very close after kickoff. Alabama 41, Texas A&M 24