Lsu at florida prediction


What are the odds of Florida vs LSU?

The Gators are 12-point favorites in the latest Florida vs. LSU odds at Caesars Sportsbook, while the over-under for points scored is 59.5. Before entering any Florida vs. LSU picks, you’ll want to see the college football predictions from the advanced computer model at SportsLine.

What time does Florida vs LSU kick off?

LSU has dropped consecutive games to Auburn and Kentucky, falling to 3-3 on the season. Kickoff is set for noon ET. The Gators are 12-point favorites in the latest Florida vs. LSU odds at Caesars Sportsbook, while the over-under for points scored is 59.5.

Is LSU’s ground game good or bad?

LSU, welcome to the Florida ground game. The Gators were held in relative check by Kentucky – gaining just 171 yards – but they’ve been dominating everyone else, averaging 273 yards per game. Only Air Force and Army are coming up with more. It’s not all bad. LSU still has plenty of terrific talents.

Can LSU be 6-0 in the first half of the season?

LSU’s first half of the season is pretty manageable, and I have the Tigers at 6-0 heading into Ben Hill Griffin Stadium. This game has been wild the last two years with the Tigers taking close ones. But if coach Billy Napier can have the Gators playing at a more competitive level, they’ll be a tough out in Gainesville.


Who is favored to win LSU Florida game?

The GatorsThe Gators are favored by 2.5-points in the latest Florida vs. LSU odds from Caesars Sportsbook, while the over-under is set at 138.5.

What’s the line on LSU and Florida?

Florida opened as the favorite vs. LSU and remains the favorite. As of 12:41 p.m. CT on Friday, Florida is -140 to win outright (bet $140 to win $100), and LSU is +110 to win outright (bet $100 to win $110), according to DraftKings Sportsbook.

Is LSU favored today?

LSU is an 3.5-point favorite in the game, according to Tipico Sportsbook. It is -190 on the money line and Iowa State is +155. The over/under for the game is set at 125.5 points.

What are the odds on the LSU game?

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What is the spread on the Florida game?

Florida vs Utah OddsSpreadMoneylineUTAH-1.5-110-120FLA+1.5-110-103

Who’s favored in the Florida Gators game?

UCF odds from Caesars Sportsbook lists the Gators as 6.5-point favorites.

Is Iowa State upset LSU?

Iowa will now face either Wisconsin or Colgate No. 11 Iowa State knocked out No. 6 LSU with a 59-54 win in the latest upset of this year’s NCAA men’s tournament.

Who wins LSU vs Iowa State?

MILWAUKEE, Wisc. — Iowa State freshman guard Tyrese Hunter scored 23 points including a three-pointer with 19 seconds to play, as the Cyclones advanced past LSU in the NCAA Tournament, 59-54, on Friday night in the Fiserv Forum.

What bowl game is LSU in 2022?

2022 Texas BowlLSU on and what is game time for 2022 Texas Bowl. The Kansas State Wildcats and LSU Tigers face off in the 2022 Texas Bowl.

Can LSU win the national championship 2022?

LSU basketball odds to win 2022 NCAA Tournament As of 11:27 a.m. CT on Friday, LSU basketball is +12000 to win the 2022 NCAA Tournament, according to DraftKings Sportsbook. (Bet $100 to win $12,000.) LSU has the 24th best odds. Gonzaga has the best odds to win the NCAA Tournament at +250 (bet $100 to win $250).

How much is Alabama favored over LSU?

28.5 pointsThe Crimson Tide are favored by 28.5 points in the latest LSU vs. Alabama odds from Caesars Sportsbook, while the over-under for total points scored is 67.

What is the spread on LSU vs Alabama?

LSU: LSU vs. Alabama spread: Crimson Tide -3.5.

Money line

The tag here has drifted a bit too far to the Florida side during the week. PASS unless there is some unexpected pull back to the -425 range.

Against the spread

Florida has tallied over 500 yards per game despite playing some decent defensive teams. This LSU defense will not be added to that group.

Why LSU can cover

LSU finally showed some life in the running game last week against Kentucky. Running back Tyrion Davis-Price, who hasn’t been much of a factor this season, rushed for two touchdowns and 147 yards on 22 carries.

What you need to know about Florida

The Tigers are now 8-8 in their 16 games since winning the College Football Playoff, which has led to speculation about the job status of head coach Ed Orgeron. His team looked flat in a 21-point loss to Kentucky last week and is dealing with multiple key injuries.

How to make Florida vs. LSU picks

The model is leaning over on the total and it’s also generated a point-spread pick that is hitting in almost 60 percent of simulations. You can only see the pick at SportsLine.

Zach Goodall (5-1): Florida 31, LSU 17

I’m not sure why the over/under for this game is as high as it is. Florida is capable of putting up points, but LSU has yet to score more than 28 points against an SEC team this year and that came against unranked Mississippi State.

Demetrius Harvey (5-1): Florida 31, LSU 20

For the Florida Gators, this week will be a test of their strength within the SEC. The program has already lost two SEC matchups this year (Alabama, Kentucky), but they’ve looked strong against lesser opponents, including Tennessee and Vanderbilt. Now, the team will face off against a long-time rival in the LSU Tigers.

Brandon Carroll (5-1): Florida 34, LSU 20

The last time the Gators went on the road into a hostile environment, conservativeness and lack of discipline killed their aspirations for the 2021 season.

Ethan Budowsky (5-1): Florida 31, LSU 17

This is not the Florida-LSU matchup we have become used to recently. The Tigers have emerged into a major rivalry for the Gators in the past decade or so, creating some high-profile matchups with national implications.

The Gators and Tigers will tee it up in Death Valley on Saturday afternoon

Hoping to stay alive in the SEC championship race, No. 20 Florida will make the always daunting road trip to Baton Rouge, Louisiana, as it takes on a reeling LSU team on Saturday that has lost two straight and is treading water in its quest to remain relevant in the SEC West.

Florida vs. LSU: Need to know

Boutte out for the season: LSU’s season has been a let down, and it got worse this week when news came down that star wide receiver Kayshon Boutte is out for the season after suffering a leg injury last weekend. That will put a ton of pressure on quarterback Max Johnson, who will have to make things work with an extremely young receiving corps.

How to watch Florida vs. LSU live

Date: Saturday, Oct. 16 | Time: Noon ET
Location: Tiger Stadium — Baton Rouge, Louisiana
TV: ESPN | Live stream: fuboTV (Try for free)

Florida vs. LSU prediction, picks

This is a broken LSU team, and the Gators will shatter the glass into tiny little pieces on Saturday afternoon. The Gators defense will have no problem at all against an LSU team that has been less-than-stellar on offense all season. Jones won’t have a huge game through the air, but he won’t have to in order to cover this spread.

LSU vs Florida Betting Preview

WagerTalk college basketball capper Tony Finn offers his LSU vs Florida betting preview for Wednesday, January 12. At the time of posting, the Gators have opened as a 2.5-point home favorite over the road Tigers, with the total sitting at 137.5 points.

LSU vs Florida Analysis

The Southeastern Conference basketball matchups have been nothing short of heart-pounding action this season. Two ranked teams from one of the top college sports conferences in North America are in Gainsville, featuring No. 12 LSU and No. 20 Florida.

NCAAB Stat Sheet

Each day, WagerTalk handicapper Ralph Michaels puts together his College Basketball Stat Sheet, which offers a head-to-head comparison for how teams are performing in a number of key areas heading into a game. Check out Wednesday’s sheet, with notes on tonight’s LSU vs Florida contest.

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The LSU Tigers (3-5) seek to finish the season on a high note as they travel to Gainesville to face the Florida Gators (8-1).

1. Kevin McGuire

Finding any reason to trust the LSU defense against a high-powered offense has become more difficult than finding a needle in a haystack.

2. Bryan Manning

Expect another rough week for the Tigers. LSU’s offense has been decimated by injuries, opt-outs and more. This has led to opportunities for players like Kayshon Boutte, who has taken advantage. Unfortunately, it won’t be enough on Saturday as LSU’s defense will once again struggle to contain a strong offense.

3. Crissy Froyd

LSU’s defense has struggled all season, and things hardly got better for the Tigers on either side of the ball in last week’s 55-17 fall to the Alabama Crimson Tide. Florida quarterback Kyle Trask (Heisman winner this year?) and Kyle Pitts present a combination that can’t be beat as the Gators look ahead to a much bigger matchup next week.

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A lot can change between now and kickoff of the 2022 college football season. New LSU coach Brian Kelly and his staff just closed the books on a transitional recruiting class that impressed, and it has also been active on the transfer portal.

Sept. 4 vs. Florida State Seminoles (in New Orleans)

This game certainly looked a lot more interesting when it was scheduled, but the Seminoles have struggled under Mike Norvell, missing bowl games in each of the last two seasons and finishing below .500 in the last four. This game at the Superdome will essentially be a home game for the Tigers, and they should kick off the Kelly era with a bang.

Sept. 10 vs. Southern Jaguars

The Jaguars went 4-7 in 2021, and in their only FBS matchup against a mediocre Troy team, they lost 55-3. It should be a snooze-fest in Week 2.

Sept. 17 vs. Mississippi State Bulldogs

LSU avenged the loss in its 2020 opener with a win in Starkville last season, and now this series returns home for what will be the Tigers’ conference opener. This is a tough early test for LSU, but playing at home should give it the edge.

Sept. 24 vs. New Mexico Lobos

The Lobos went 3-9 last season, and one of the most downtrodden programs in the FBS won’t stand much of a chance in Death Valley.

Oct. 1 at Auburn Tigers

LSU’s first true road game comes against an Auburn team that has had a tumultuous start to the offseason to say the least. The Tigers don’t have the brightest outlook, but this series has a tendency to get weird. LSU prevails in a close one on the plains.

Oct. 8 vs. Tennessee Volunteers

The Vols were a surprisingly competent team in 2021, but maintaining that could be difficult if the SEC East improves this season. Josh Heupel’s offense makes Tennessee a tough out, and LSU will need to score some points to win this one.


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