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
LSU vs Mizzou Betting Odds
Here are the LSU vs Mizzou betting odds:
- LSU: -5.5
- Mizzou: +5.5
- Total: 64 Over/Under
A Quick Look at the LSU vs Mizzou Matchup
- LSU Tigers on the road against Missouri Tigers
- Place: Columbia at Faurot Field at Memorial Stadium
- Saturday, October 7th
- Time: 12pm ET
LSU vs Mizzou Preview
The Tigers and Tigers will play at Faurot Field at Memorial Stadium at 12:00 ET in a week 6 NCAAF game. The game is on Saturday, October 7th, and ESPN will hold the broadcast. In this game between two teams from the same SEC league, the Tigers are 5.5 point road favorites. Can they win on the road and cover the spread?
LSU Tigers Preview
Last week’s game against Ole Miss hurt LSU’s record, which now stands at 3-2. The score at the end of the game was 55–49 for the Tigers. Based on the odds, the Tigers have lost all three of their games so far. LSU has been ahead by an average of 13 points per game this season. LSU has a 4-0 record against the spread this season. On average, 75 points have been scored in both of their games, with 58.2 points being the usual over/under.
When it came to offense, the Tigers ran for 223 yards and scored three touchdowns against Ole Miss. LSU scored four touchdowns and threw the ball 38 times for 414 yards through the air. By throwing for 414 yards against Ole Miss, Jayden Daniels had a passer rating of 149.54, making him the team’s leader. He tried to pass 36 times during the game and finished 75.0% of them.
Ole Miss got 706 yards against the Tigers’ defense at the end of the game. The team’s run defense gave up 317 yards on the ground while allowing 389 yards through the air. The Tigers’ defense ranks 84th in the country, giving up 169.2 yards per game on the ground. The average passing yardage for the other team is 260.2, and the players for the other team have a 99.7 passer rating against LSU. At the moment, they give up the 21st most points in the NCAA.
Mizzou Tigers Preview
The Missouri Tigers already have a 5-0 record and are getting ready for their game against LSU this week. The last time they played, they beat Vanderbilt 38–21. The Tigers have been the favorite in three games and the loser in one before this week’s game against LSU. Before the game, they had an ATS record of 3-1. The average over/under line for Missouri’s five games is 50.6 points. The average number of points scored in these games is 52.8, giving OU a 3-1 record.
The Tigers tried 41 passes against Vanderbilt, which gained 395 yards and led to four touchdowns. They kept up an average of 4 yards per run on the ground, which led to one touchdown. Brady Cook had a great game throwing against Vanderbilt, hitting 33 of 41 passes for 395 yards. He finished with a passer rating of 139.33 and an average of 12.0 yards per attempt.
When Missouri played Vanderbilt, they let Vanderbilt score 300 yards. Their defense gave up 259 yards through the air and 41 yards on the ground. The Missouri defense gives up 20.8 points per game, which ranks 63rd in the country going into their game against LSU. Their opponents have thrown for 243 yards per game on average, which is 117th in the country. They let people run for 74.2 yards per game, which is 12th best in college football.
LSU vs Mizzou Trends, and Analysis
As a team that has gone 3-0, Missouri hasn’t had any trouble traveling to play other teams.
In the last three games between LSU and Missouri, LSU has covered the spread three times and won all three times by an average of nine points.
It started out with LSU as 7-point road favorites. They are still the favorite, but the lines have moved down to -6.5. Based on the current moneyline odds, Missouri has a 33% chance of winning and will get paid +206. But the Tigers have a moneyline of -261, which means they are expected to win 72% of the time.
Key Betting Trends
- LSU has lost three of its last ten road games, going 3-7
- When you look at Missouri’s last three home games, they are 2-1 against the spread
- When Missouri has been the loser three times in a row, they have gone 2-1 against the spread
- The last five times LSU was a favorite, they went 2-3 against the spread
YOUWAGER.LV’S FREE PICK: LSU vs Mizzou: LSU -5.5.
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