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LSU Tigers College Football Betting

LSU Tigers College Football Betting

The LSU Tigers turned off a large segment of the betting community with their poor performance in Week 1. But gamblers are starting to give the Bayou Bengals a second look. LSU has been impressive since that loss and is fighting to get back into the SEC and national championship picture. Last week, the Tigers hosted the inconsistent Arkansas Razorbacks. LSU barely got out alive in a hard-fought game. This week brings a traditional and ancient rival. LSU travels to face the Ole Miss Rebels.

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LSU Tigers -3

Mississippi Rebels +3

Total 62.5

LSU Tigers Weekly Matchup

On Saturday, September 30, 2023, the LSU Tigers of the SEC will face the Mississippi Rebels of the SEC at Vaught Hemmingway Stadium in Oxford, MS. Kickoff time is 6 p.m. ET, with television coverage on ESPN.

Last game, the Ole Miss Rebels lost 24-10 against the Alabama Crimson Tide as 6.5-point road dogs. The game went under the total of 56. Ole Miss has a record of 3-1 straight up, 3-1 against the spread, and 2-2 over/under the total. Ole Miss ranks 21st for total offense, 13th for passing, 77th for rushing and 12th for scoring. Defensively, they rank 70th overall, 72nd against the pass, 69th against the rush, and 37th for points allowed. Also, Ole Miss ranks 41st for fewest turnovers lost and 90 for takeaways.

The result was Alabama's eighth straight win over Ole Miss, but not the kind of performance that assuaged concerns about the shaky offensive play. The Tide's eight-year streak in the top 10 of the AP poll ended this week. Jaxson Dart was 20-of-35 passing for 244 yards with an interception on a deep ball near the goal line. Dayton Wade had five catches for 88 yards.

Ole Miss star Quinshon Judkins had 13 carries for 56 yards. An offense that had been prolific against lesser competition - and then-No. 22 Tulane - couldn't solve the Alabama defense or protect Dart.

LSU Tigers Weekly Recap

Last game, the LSU Tigers won 34-21 against the Arkansas Razorbacks as 18-point home favorites. The game went over the total of 55. LSU has a record of 3-1 straight up, 2-2 against the spread, and 4-0 over/under the total. LSU ranks 7th for total offense, 10th for passing, 36th for rushing and 10th for scoring. Defensively, they rank 73rd overall, 75th against the pass, 72nd against the rush, and 76th for points allowed. Also, LSU ranks 43rd for fewest turnovers lost and 63rd for takeaways.

LSU QB Daniels finished with 320 yards and four touchdowns passing, and Damian Ramos kicked a 20-yard field goal with 5 seconds left to lift LSU to a win over Arkansas. It was the fourth straight year that the annual fixture for the 200-pound “Golden Boot” trophy - designed in the shape of the states of Arkansas and Louisiana - was decided by just three points.

Daniels led LSU to 31 points in the final 31 minutes, hitting Brian Thomas for a second 49-yard touchdown in the third quarter and finding top receiver Malik Nabers for touchdowns of 8 and 20 yards scores after that.

Daniels commenced the decisive drive with a 36-yard pass to Nabers. Running back Logan Diggs followed with a 21-yard run up the middle to help set up a kick that lifted LSU to its third straight victory since losing to No. 4 Florida State.

Thomas finished with 133 yards receiving on five catches. Nabers had eight receptions for 130 yards, and Diggs, a former Notre Dame player under Kelly who transferred this year, rushed for 97 yards on 14 carries.

The Tigers' red-zone defense made the difference. Safety Major Burns saved a TD with his tackle of Hasz on the 1 to aid the Tigers' first of three red-zone stops. Whit Weeks' QB hurry helped stall Arkansas at the LSU 5 in the second quarter. Back-to-back sacks - the first shared by Mekhi Wingo and Weeks and the second made by Da'Shawn Womack - pushed Arkansas back from the nine and forced the Razorbacks to settle for a third field goal by Cam Little.

2023 LSU Tigers Football Schedule

Sep 3 at Florida State L 24-45 0-1
Sep 9 vs. Grambling State W 72-10 1-1
Sep 16 at Mississippi State W 41-14 2-1
Sep 23 vs. Arkansas W 34-31 3-1
Sep 30 at Ole Miss - -
Oct 7 at Missouri - -
Oct 21 vs. Army - -
Nov 4 at Alabama - -
Nov 11 vs. Florida - -
Nov 18 vs. Georgia State - -
Nov 25 vs. Texas A&M - -

There is nothing like a Louisiana Saturday night. The LSU Tigers take on a different personality when playing at Tiger Stadium in a night game. It’s one of the great atmospheres in sports. The best example is the 1988 “Earthquake Game” when LSU upset Auburn on a Saturday night. Celebrating fans made Tiger Stadium shake to its core.

The LSU Tigers have four national championships. The last one was in 2019. Many observers consider the LSU team the greatest in college football history. Quarterback Joe Burrow led a team that was loaded with NFL talent.

The Bayou Bengals have 16 conference championships and 11 division titles. The late great Billy Cannon remains legendary as the 1959 Heisman Trophy winner.

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2023 College Football Schedule

Alabama Crimson Tide Auburn Tigers Baylor Bears
Clemson Tigers Colorado Buffaloes Florida Gators
Florida State Seminoles Georgia Bulldogs Illinois Fighting Illini
Iowa Hawkeyes Kansas State Wildcats LSU Tigers
Miami Hurricanes Michigan Wolverines Mississippi Rebels
North Carolina State Wolfpack North Carolina Tar Heels Notre Dame Fighting Irish
Ohio State Buckeyes Oklahoma Sooners Oklahoma State Cowboys
Oregon Ducks Oregon State Beavers Penn State Nittany Lions
South Carolina Gamecocks TCU Horned Frogs Tennessee Volunteers
Texas Longhorns Texas A&M Aggies Texas Tech Red Raiders
Tulane Green Wave UCLA Bruins USC Trojans
Utah Utes Washington Huskies Wisconsin Badgers

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