Find out who we think will win this week’s NCAAF game LSU vs Mizzou and cover the spread.
- Every game, LSU’s defense lets in 31 points
- When it comes to passing attempts, Missouri’s attack is 39th
Mizzou vs. LSU betting odds
The odds for LSU vs. Missouri are as follows:
Miurssoi: 5.564 Over/Under total
A Quick Overview of the LSU vs. Missouri Game
traveling to face the Missouri Tigers is the LSU Tigers
Location: Memorial Stadium’s Faurot Field in Columbia on Saturday, October 7.
12:00 PM ET
LSU vs. Missouri: A Preview
Week 6 of the NCAAF will feature a matchup between the Tigers and Tigers at Memorial Stadium’s Faurot Field at 12:00 ET. The game will be played on Saturday, October 7, and ESPN will broadcast it. The Tigers are 5.5 point road favorites in this contest between these two SEC clubs. Can they beat the spread while playing on the road?
Tigers of LSU: A Preview
LSU’s record, which is at 3-2, was harmed by last week’s match versus Ole Miss. The Tigers won the game 55-49 in the final score. The Tigers have so far lost all three of their games, which is in line with the odds. This season, LSU has led by an average of 13 points per game. This season, LSU has a 4-0 mark against the spread. In both of their games, there had been an average of 75 points scored, with 58.2 points serving as the customary over/under.
The Tigers’ offense versus Ole Miss consisted of 223 yards of rushing and three touchdowns. LSU passed the ball 38 times for 414 yards in touchdowns while scoring four times. Jayden Daniels led the team with a passer rating of 149.54 after throwing for 414 yards versus Ole Miss. Throughout the game, he attempted 36 passes and completed 75.0% of them.
At the conclusion of the game, Ole Miss gained 706 yards against the Tigers’ defense. The team’s run defense allowed 317 rushing yards while allowing 389 passing yards. With 169.2 yards per game allowed on the ground, the Tigers’ defense is ranked 84th in the nation. The opposite team’s players have a 99.7 passer rating versus LSU, and their average passing yards is 260.2. They now allow the 21st most points per game in the NCAA.
the Mizzou Tigers
The Missouri Tigers, who are currently 5-0, are preparing for their matchup with LSU this week. They defeated Vanderbilt 38-21 in their most recent match. Prior to this week’s game versus LSU, the Tigers had been the favorite in three games and the underdog in one. They were 3-1 against the spread prior to the game. For Missouri’s five games, the average over/under is 50.6 points. These games have seen 52.8 average points scored, giving OU a 3-1 record.
Against Vanderbilt, the Tigers attempted 41 passes, resulting in 395 yards and four touchdowns. They maintained a 4 yard per run average on the ground, which resulted in a score. With 33 of 41 completions for 395 yards versus Vanderbilt, Brady Cook had a tremendous game. His final passer efficiency was 139.33, and he averaged 12.0 yards per attempt.
When Missouri played Vanderbilt, they conceded 300 yards to Vanderbilt. 259 yards in the air and 41 yards on the ground were allowed by their defense. Going into their game against LSU, Missouri’s defense ranks 63rd in the nation in terms of points allowed per game (20.8). Their opponents have thrown for an average of 243 yards per game, which ranks 117th in the nation. They permitted players to gain 74.2 yards in rushing per game, which ranks 12th in college football.
Analysis and Trends for LSU vs. Missouri
Missouri hasn’t had any issue traveling to play other teams as a 3-0 squad.
LSU has won all three of the previous meetings between LSU and Missouri by an average margin of nine points while covering the spread three times.
LSU was a 7-point away favorite at the outset. The odds have decreased to -6.5, but they are still the favorite. Missouri will receive +206 and a 33% chance of winning based on the current moneyline odds. However, the Tigers have a moneyline of -261, which indicates that 72% of the time, people predict them to win.
Key Trends in Betting
LSU is 3-7 in its previous ten road games after dropping three of them.
Missouri is 2-1 against the spread in their last three home games.
Missouri has gone 2-1 against the spread when they have lost three straight games.
LSU has lost three of their last five games when it was the favorite.
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