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College Football Betting – LSU Tigers vs. Ole Miss Rebels

SEC West rivals highlight week 12 of college football betting action on Saturday afternoon, and BetUS Sports book customers will be able to sink their teeth into all of the action.

The LSU Tigers (8-2, 4-6 ATS) will head to Oxford to do battle with the Mississippi Rebels (7-3, 6-4 ATS). The winner of this game will most likely finish second in the SEC West and could be headed to the Capital One Bowl. The loser will drop down the bowl pecking order for the clubs in the SEC.


A little more could be on the line for the Bayou Bengals, as they may be two wins away from going to the BCS should either Florida or Alabama ultimately end up losing two games before the season is said and done.

Ole Miss currently sits as 4-point favorites on the college football point spread, while the ‘total’ has been posted at 42.5 at BetUS.com.

Last week wasn’t the greatest for HC Les Miles’ club, but there were a ton of reasons to point towards the lackluster effort against Louisiana Tech. QB Jordon Jefferson missed the game after suffering an ankle injury against Alabama two weeks ago. He was suited and was reportedly available for action, but instead, QB Jarrett Lee got the nod. Lee was awful to say the least. He went 7/22 for 104 yards and a touchdown. On top of that, the Tigers were coming off of the emotional loss to Alabama and had a vintage sandwich game with Ole Miss coming this week.

In the end, the Bayou Bengals did enough to win the game, but needless to say, a 24-16 result against a WAC team not named Boise State isn’t going to turn any heads.

However, the Rebels did plenty of turning heads on Saturday! RB Dexter McCluster had a field day, combining to rush and receive for 325 yards and four touchdowns to lead Ole Miss to an impressive 42-17 victory over Tennessee.

McCluster and reserve RB Brandon Bolden combined to account for 387 of Mississippi’s 492 yards against one of the best defenses in the SEC, if not the entire country. However, QB Jevan Snead had another iffy game, as he went just 13/20 for 133 yards with an interception.

Ole Miss sports the 23rd best defense in the country, allowing just 313.0 yards per game, but of its seven wins this year, only two have come against teams that are going bowling (Auburn and Arkansas).

Assuming that Jefferson can go in this one, there’s absolutely no reason to believe that the Bayou Bengals aren’t going to come out angry and ready to get some revenge for last season’s 31-13 loss to the Rebels at home.

LSU’s defense has to be hungrier than Tennessee’s was last week, and the end result could be a very long day for Snead in the pocket. The Tigers won’t let up with the defensive pressure, and it should lead to their ninth victory of the season.

4* LSU Tigers

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