The LSU Tigers (+220 to win the national title) are coming off a monster win over rivals Alabama Crimson Tide over the weekend, and they will carry the massive momentum they got from that victory into a road game this coming Saturday against the Ole Miss Rebels, who are looking to ambush Ed Orgeron’s squad.
Betting Preview for the LSU Tigers vs Ole Miss Rebels Week 12 College Football Game on November 16 2019
Where: Vaught-Hemingway Stadium, Oxford
When: Saturday, November 16, 2019, 7:00 PM ET
TV Broadcast: ESPN
Betting on the LSU Tigers (9-0 Overall / 5-0 Conference)
Leaning in the greatness of Joe Burrow, the Tigers successfully ended an eight-game losing streak to the Alabama Crimson Tide by scoring an emphatic 46-41 win in Tuscaloosa over the weekend. Burrow was simply sensational in throwing for 393 yards and three touchdowns without an interception while completing 31 of 39 pass attempts. That performance by Burrow is further proof that he’s a problem for any kind of defenses. Alabama was among the best defensive teams in the nation and seeing Burrow dance his way around the Crimson Tide’s stop unit speaks volumes on how gifted he is at least on the collegiate level. On the season, Burrow has 3,193 passing yards and 33 touchdowns against just four interceptions. The Tigers let Tua Tagovailoa pass for over 400 yards and four touchdowns, but they had an interception off of him and held him down to only 21-of-40 completions. The Tigers won’t be facing as good of a passing attack from Ole Miss, which likes to run the ball more, but they are capable of dealing with it.
The Tigers, who are 12th in the nation against the run, are 7-2-1 against the spread (ATS) in their last 10 games.
Betting on the Ole Miss Rebels (4-6 Overall / 2-4 Conference)
The Rebels recovered from a recent two-game losing skid by taking down the New Mexico State Aggies at home last Saturday to the tune of a 41-3 score. Ole Miss torched the Aggies on the ground with a nearly unstoppable rushing attack, with quarterback John Rhys Plumlee and running back Snoop Conner combining for 286 of the team’s 447 rushing yards. The duo also had two rushing touchdowns to go with three more from the rest of the team. As the most productive rushing team in the SEC, expect Ole Miss to try to run the ball down the throat of LSU’s defense as hard as they can. Ole Miss is tops in the conference with an average of 247.4 rushing yards per game. Ole Miss showed how legitimate its rushing game is when the Rebels put up 167 rushing yards and two touchdowns, albeit in a close 20-14 road loss to the Auburn Tigers on Nov. 2.
The under is 2-0 in the Rebels’ last two home games.
LSU wins, 37-13.
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