Simulation: Gators defeat Aggies 48-44

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

The No. 3 Florida Gators and the No. 20 Texas A&M Aggies are one of the matchups of ranked teams in Week 6 of the 2020 season. The game will kick off at noon on ESPN at Kyle Field in College Station, Texas.

In our simulation, the Gators will defeat the Aggies 48-44. In the NCAA Game Simulator, Florida won 92.9% of the simulations with a 26-2 count.

Florida Gators running back Kadarius Toney runs with the ball against the Kentucky Wildcats
Kadarius Toney runs with the ball against the Kentucky Wildcats (Getty Images)

Florida won by more than 20 points 15 times.

Gators quarterback Kyle Trask went 48 of 61 for 613 yards. He had five touchdown passes and three interceptions.

Malik Davis led the backs with seven carries for 26 yards. Treveon Grimes had six receptions for 145 yards.

Aggies quarterback Kellen Mond went 23 of 37 for 447 yards. He threw five touchdown passes.

Ainias Smith led the backs with six carries for 43 yards. Jalen Mydermyer led the receivers with seven receptions for 193 yards and a touchdown.

Kadarius Toney had one rushing touchdown. Kyle Pitts had three touchdown receptions.

Davis and Trent Whittemore also had a touchdown reception.

Evan McPherson also made two field goals.

Smith caught three touchdown receptions for the Aggies. Wydermyer and Caleb Chapman also caught touchdown receptions from Mond.

Seth Small kicked three field goals.

FINAL SCORE

48
(2021)  
44
  (2021)

The average score is Florida (2021): 43.0 – Texas A&M (2021): 22.1, decided by < 5 pts 3 times (10.7%) MATCHUP SIMULATION STATSFlorida vs. Texas A&M

# of simulations: 28
# of overtimes: 2 (7.1%)

 (2021)

» Florida won 26 times (92.9%)

» Florida won by >20 pts 15 times (53.6%)

 (2021)

» Texas A&M won 2 times (7.1%)

» Texas A&M won by >20 pts 0 times (0.0%) PLAYER STATS

Texas A&M Passing

Player ATT CP PCT YDS AVG TD INT LG RTG
Kellen Mond 37 23 62.2 447 12.1 5 0 80 208.2

Texas A&M Rushing

Player ATT YDS AVG LG TD
Ainias Smith 6 43 7.2 19 0
Isaiah Spiller 7 42 6.0 17 0
Haynes King 4 33 8.3 17 0
Kellen Mond 8 15 1.9 5 0
Team 1 -1 -1.0 0 0

Texas A&M Receiving

Player ATT YDS AVG LG TD
Jalen Wydermyer 7 193 27.6 61 1
Ainias Smith 4 108 27.0 80 3
Caleb Chapman 5 61 12.2 33 1
Jalen Preston 3 56 18.7 23 0
Chase Lane 3 22 7.3 15 0
Kam Brown 1 7 7.0 7 0

Texas A&M Kicking

Player ATT MADE PCT LG XP PTS
Seth Small 3 3 100.0 34 5 14

Texas A&M Punting

Player NO YDS AVG IN20 LG
Nik Constantinou 6 258 43.0 0 45

Texas A&M Injuries

Name Status
Erick Young  DNP – Arm
Grayson Reed  DNP – Leg
Anthony Hines III  DNP – Personal
Jhamon Ausbon  DNP – Personal
Blake Smith  DNP – Knee
Baylor Cupp  DNP – Shoulder
Elijah Blades  DNP – Personal

Florida Passing

Player ATT CP PCT YDS AVG TD INT LG RTG
Kyle Trask 61 48 78.7 613 10.0 5 3 56 180.3

Florida Rushing

Player ATT YDS AVG LG TD
Malik Davis 7 26 3.7 6 0
Dameon Pierce 8 14 1.8 7 0
Kadarius Toney 1 9 9.0 9 1
Kyle Trask 2 8 4.0 7 0
Nay’Quan Wright 1 0 0.0 0 0

Florida Receiving

Player ATT YDS AVG LG TD
Trevon Grimes 6 145 24.2 53 0
Kadarius Toney 9 133 14.8 50 0
Kyle Pitts 8 124 15.5 56 3
Malik Davis 5 64 12.8 18 1
Justin Shorter 10 55 5.5 11 0
Trent Whittemore 5 50 10.0 17 1
Nay’Quan Wright 1 17 17.0 17 0
Dameon Pierce 1 13 13.0 13 0
Xzavier Henderson 1 8 8.0 8 0
Jacob Copeland 1 5 5.0 5 0
Keon Zipperer 1 -1 -1.0 0 0

Florida Kicking

Player ATT MADE PCT LG XP PTS
Evan McPherson 2 2 100.0 27 6 12

Florida Punting

Player NO YDS AVG IN20 LG
Jacob Finn 2 100 50.0 0 54

Florida Injuries

Name Status
C.J. McWilliams  DNP – Undisclosed
Jahari Rogers  DNP – Undisclosed
Emory Jones  DNP – Undisclosed
Ethan White  DNP – Undisclosed
Jordan Pouncey  DNP – Undisclosed
Kyree Campbell  DNP – Undisclosed
Fenley Graham  DNP – Undisclosed
Quincy Lenton  DNP – Undisclosed
Lamar Goods  DNP – Undisclosed
Lucas Alonzo  DNP – Undisclosed
Kevin Johnson  DNP – Undisclosed
Brad Stewart Jr.  DNP – Disciplinary
Joshua Tse  DNP – Undisclosed
Ethan Pouncey  DNP – Hip

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