Lsu vs mississippi prediction

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Is this the best chance Ole Miss has had against LSU?

This game is personal for the players, coaches and respective fan bases. LSU is on a five-game winning streak in the series, but this is the best chance Ole Miss has had since the Hugh Freeze era. Let’s break down the game and make picks straight up and against the spread.

Will LSU and Mississippi State Meet Again in Starkville?

Almost exactly a full year to the day after Mississippi State stunned LSU, then the defending national champion, on the road, these two teams are set to meet again Saturday in Starkville, Mississippi.

Is LSU a good bet to bet on right now?

LSU (-135) is a good play straight up if you don’t want to fiddle around with the points and just want to pick a winner. Playing the Bayou Bengals at this price is not terribly out of line. LSU -2.5 (-103) looks to have solved its initial offensive woes.

How many straight wins does LSU have over the rebels?

LSU has five straight wins over the Rebels, which is one win shy of the longest streak by either team in this series. Providing Corral is 100 percent, or something close to it, that won’t reach win No. 6. If the Rebels have to go with freshman Luke Altmyer or former QB John Rhys Plumlee, that status is in question.

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Who is favored to win LSU vs Mississippi State?

Get up-to-the-minute college basketball odds here. After losing four of their last five games, the Mississippi State Bulldogs will try to get back in the win column against LSU on Saturday night….Mississippi State vs. LSU Odds.Mississippi State OddsSpreadTotalMoneyline+6.5 -110136.5 -110o / -110u+220Feb 12, 2022


Is LSU favored to win today?

LSU is an 3.5-point favorite in the game, according to Tipico Sportsbook.


Who is favored to win the LSU Alabama game?

The Crimson TideThe Crimson Tide are 3.5-point favorites in the latest Alabama vs. LSU odds at Caesars Sportsbook, while the over-under for total points scored is 148.


What are the odds on the LSU game?

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Who is the favorite in the LSU game?

At least according to BetMGM, it looks like the stoppable force LSU is favored, currently the 4.5-point favorite. The total is set at 127.5, and that’s the third-lowest total for any opening game in the tournament.


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 LSU Alabama line?

As of 8:54 a.m. CT on Saturday, LSU is a 3.5-point favorite against Alabama, according to Tipico Sportsbook. LSU opened as a 4.5-point favorite. The over/under is 152.5 points. LSU is -170 to win outright, and Alabama is +135 to win outright.


What happened to LSU Alabama game?

2 Alabama Football Outlasts LSU in Physical Slugfest, 20-14. The Crimson Tide and the Tigers combined for over 600 yards of offense in a matchup of two SEC giants, with Alabama emerging victorious.


What is the spread on the Alabama game tomorrow?

Cincinnati spread: Crimson Tide -13.5. Alabama vs. Cincinnati over-under: 57.5 points.


Who is favored Alabama?

the BulldogsCaesars Sportsbook lists the Bulldogs as 2.5-point favorites in the latest Alabama vs. Georgia odds, down half a point from the opening line. The over-under for total points is set at 52.5.


How many points is Alabama giving LSU?

3 Alabama Crimson Tide (7-1, 0-0 SEC) on Saturday, November 6, 2021 at Bryant-Denny Stadium. The total has been set at 67 points for this matchup.


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.


Money line

LSU (-135) is a good play straight up if you don’t want to fiddle around with the points and just want to pick a winner. Playing the Bayou Bengals at this price is not terribly out of line.


Against the spread

LSU -2.5 (-103) looks to have solved its initial offensive woes. After an opening-season loss at UCLA, the Tigers appear to have figured things out on offense. QB Max Johnson threw for 372 yards with 5 touchdowns last against CMU, and WR Deion Smith looks to be the next great receiver in a long line of great Tigers wideouts.


LSU will be looking for revenge on Mississippi State after its season-opening loss to the Bulldogs in 2020

Almost exactly a full year to the day after Mississippi State stunned LSU, then the defending national champion, on the road, these two teams are set to meet again Saturday in Starkville, Mississippi. This time around, however, the Tigers already have a loss on their ledger and hope a revenge game vs.


LSU vs. Mississippi State: Need to know

A rock fight in the trenches: Don’t expect much production on the ground from either side. Neither team has been able to run the ball effectively, but their respective run defenses have been excellent. The Tigers average right around 3 yards per rush, ranking 120th nationally.


How to watch LSU vs. Mississippi State live

Date: Saturday, September 25 | Time: 12 p.m. ET
Location: Davis-Wade Stadium — Starkville, Mississippi
TV: ESPN | Live stream: fuboTV (Try for free)


LSU vs. Mississippi State prediction, picks

These teams bear some obvious similarities. Both are strong against the run while reliant on the pass offensively. LSU’s athletes on offense are more explosive, but Mississippi State’s defense has been the more physical of the two. Look for the Bulldogs’ defense and home field advantage to make the difference. Prediction: Mississippi State (+3)


LSU at Mississippi: Betting odds, spread and lines

Odds via BetMGM; access USA TODAY Sports’ betting odds for a full list. Lines last updated at 6:45 a.m. ET.


LSU at Mississippi: Three things to know

LSU’s high-powered offense helped them to a 94-92 win in overtime against Georgia, and they have scored 77 or more points in each of its nine games to date. The Tigers are averaging 86.8 points per game, ranking 13th in the nation, and they’re 29th in the nation with a 49.2 field-goal percentage.


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LSU Tigers

The Tigers have a solid defensive front, one that’s top 20 in the nation in Havoc and top 10 in Defensive Success Rate. However, that front is also banged up, as the Tigers have seen injuries to DE’s Ali Gaye, Glen Logan, and Andre Anthony so far this season.


Mississippi State Bulldogs

Speaking of the Mississippi State defense: It’s a unit that’s much improved. After finishing 10th in the SEC in yards allowed per game last season, this team returned over 80% of its production. As such, Mike Leach’s experienced defense has held opponents to just 57.8% completion percentage and 3.0 yards per rush.


The Tigers and Rebels will tee it up on Saturday afternoon in Oxford

No. 12 Ole Miss still has its sights set on the SEC West title and a trip to the conference championship game in Atlanta come early December. The Rebels will look to keep those hopes alive Saturday when it plays host to LSU in the Magnolia Bowl.


LSU vs. Ole Miss: Need to know

Change in identity: LSU’s rushing attack was so bad that Orgeron essentially gave up trying early in the season. That changed over the last two weeks, though. Tyrion Davis-Price rushed for 147 and two touchdowns in the loss to Kentucky, and then a school-record 287 yards and three touchdowns vs. the Gators.


How to watch LSU vs. Ole Miss live

Date: Saturday, Oct. 23 | Time: 3:30 p.m. ET
Location: Vaught-Hemingway Stadium — Oxford, Mississippi
TV: CBS | Live stream: CBSSports.com, CBS Sports App (Free)


LSU vs. Ole Miss prediction, picks

Davis-Price’s back-to-back great games gives me confidence that, at the very least, the Tigers can hang. The Rebels defense has been brutal this season and the best way to keep Kiffin’s offense within arm’s reach is to keep it on the sideline.


LSU vs. Mississippi Game Info

Date/Time: Saturday, October 23, 3:30 p.m. ET
TV: CBS
Location: Vaught-Hemingway Stadium, Oxford, MS
Weather: Low 70s and Sunny


LSU vs. Mississippi Odds Analysis

Mississippi opened as a -10.5-point home favorite. Then, on Monday came the news from Ole Miss coach Lane Kiffin that star quarterback Matt Corral was “beat up” from the Tennessee tilt and “not in great shape,” casting a shadow on his availability for this Saturday. The line almost immediately went down to -9 or -9.5.


LSU vs. Mississippi Betting Predictions

The Corral situation is a fluid one and would alter every dynamic of this contest. For now, we go with what we know and that the junior quarterback is playing.


When LSU Has the Ball

Obviously, the biggest question is to see where the Tigers’ mindset is right now. Are the players going to play for Coach O with passion and fire? Or is this team going to be lost and rudderless with the lame-duck head coach? Look to see if the Tigers play with the same intensity that coach O tries to bring to everything.


When Ole Miss Has the Ball

Orgeron calls Kiffin “one of the top three play-callers in the country,” and in this game, he and offensive coordinator Jeff Lebby will need to be just that. Diversity will be key, especially if quarterback Matt Corral is not able to go after taking some big hits at Tennessee.


Final Analysis

Given that the LSU and Ole Miss defenses rank 84th and 107th nationally, you have to figure this will be another high-scoring affair, even if there is no Corral. LSU has five straight wins over the Rebels, which is one win shy of the longest streak by either team in this series.


Prediction: Ole Miss 45, LSU 27

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