The Bulldogs have had a rough start to the season, losing to lowly Louisiana Tech, being on the wrong end of a heartbreaker against Auburn, and suffering a 38-7 drubbing from Georgia Tech last week.
The Tigers are looking to become the first back-to-back national champions since Nebraska and are coming off of a 26-21 win against SEC West rival Auburn that just covered the NCAA gambling line. After a great 8-5 record last year, Sylvester Croom has yet to find the same magic so far in 2008.
In four games, QB Wesley Carroll has only thrown three touchdowns compared to six interceptions and struggled again last week against Georgia Tech, going 14-of-22 for 120 yards and two interceptions. The bright spot in last week’s game was WR Brandon McRae who had 10 receptions for 102 yards against a quality Georgia Tech secondary.
Mississippi State’s anemic offense has scored just 23 points total against their three FBS opponents, giving sportsbettors who bet on NCAA football ‘unders’ an advantage. Two of their three games have gone under per the closing NCAA odds so far.
The quarterback carousel at LSU finally appears to have settled down some and redshirt freshman Jarrett Lee has emerged as the offenses field general. After a shaky first half against Auburn, he rebounded to complete 11-of-22 passes for 182 yards and two touchdowns with one interception.
With a new QB, the ground game has needed to pick it up, and they have with Charles Scott rushing for 132 yards on just 21 carries against an air tight Auburn defense. With the victory, LSU is now 7-17-3 ATS off of the closing NCAA lines against the SEC for college football betting fans under head coach Les Miles.
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