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Mississippi State vs. LSU – College Football – Predictions, Betting Lines, Odds and Trends

SEC play features the Mississippi State Bulldogs (2-0) taking on the LSU Tigers (1-1) on Saturday, September 17, 2022 at Tiger Stadium. The Bulldogs are favored by 3 points. The over/under is set at 54 in the outing.

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Mississippi State vs. LSU Betting Trends

  • Mississippi State has covered in each of the two opportunities it has had with a set spread this season (2-0-0).
  • The Bulldogs are a perfect 2-0 ATS when playing as at least 3-point favorites.
  • Mississippi State’s games have gone over the total once this season.
  • Mississippi State has been the moneyline favorite only two other times so far this season, and they won both of the games.
  • Mississippi State has played as a moneyline favorite of -151 or shorter in only two games this season, and it won both.
  • LSU has covered the spread in a game one time this year (1-1-0).
  • LSU games have gone over the total once this season.
  • LSU has not played a game this season while listed as the underdog.
  • LSU has played as an underdog of +127 or more once this season and won that game.

Mississippi State vs. LSU: Over/Under Trends

  • The Bulldogs average 44 points per game against the Tigers’ 44, totaling 34 points over the game’s over/under of 54.
  • These two teams surrender a combined 40.5 points per game, 13.5 points less than this contest’s over/under.
  • On average, the Bulldogs have seen a 58 over/under in their games this season, four more points than the over/under in this matchup.
  • The over/under for this contest is 0.3 points fewer than the average over/under in Tigers’ games this season (54.3 points).

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Mississippi State Players to Watch

  • Will Rogers has 763 passing yards (381.5 ypg) to lead Mississippi State, completing 78.6% of his passes and tossing nine touchdown passes and two interceptions this season.
  • Dillon Johnson’s team-high 127 rushing yards (63.5 per game) have come on 25 carries this year. He’s also tacked on 12 catches for 73 yards (36.5 per game).
  • This season Jo’Quavious Marks has piled up 89 yards (44.5 per game) on 20 attempts with three touchdowns, while also catching seven passes for 40 yards (20 per game).
  • Rara Thomas’ team-leading 144 receiving yards (72 yards per game) have come on 10 receptions with one touchdown.
  • Caleb Ducking has collected 129 receiving yards (64.5 yards per game) and three touchdowns, hauling in 10 passes this year.
  • Rufus Harvey’s 11 receptions have turned into 115 yards (57.5 ypg) and one touchdown.

LSU Players to Watch

  • This season Armoni Goodwin has rushed for 99 yards (49.5 per game) on 17 carries with two touchdowns.
  • Malik Nabers’ team-high 123 receiving yards (61.5 yards per game) have come on eight receptions with one touchdown.
  • Brian Thomas Jr. has put together a 99-yard season so far (49.5 receiving yards per game) with one touchdown, hauling in seven passes.
  • Kayshon Boutte’s seven catches have yielded 62 yards (31 ypg).

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