The New Mexico Lobos (2-1) will look to upset the LSU Tigers (2-1) on Saturday, September 24, 2022 at Tiger Stadium. The Tigers are undoubtedly the favorites in this one, with the line sitting at 30 points. The over/under in this outing is 47 points.
LSU vs. New Mexico Predictions
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LSU vs. New Mexico Betting Trends
- LSU is 2-1-0 against the spread this season.
- In games they have played as 30-point favorites or more, the Tigers have a perfect ATS record of 1-0.
- LSU’s games have gone over the total once this season.
- LSU has been listed as the moneyline favorite just one other time so far this season, a game they lost.
- LSU has yet to play a game with moneyline odds of or shorter.
- New Mexico has registered a win-loss record of 2-0-1 against the spread this season.
- Games involving New Mexico has hit the over once this season.
- New Mexico has split the two games it has played as underdogs this season.
- This season, New Mexico has won two of its three games when it is the underdog by at least on the moneyline.
LSU vs. New Mexico: Over/Under Trends
- This season, every LSU game has seen a combined score higher than this matchup’s 47-point total.
- There has not been a New Mexico game this season with more combined scoring than Saturday’s over/under of 47.
- Together, the two teams combine for 67 points per game, 20.0 points more than the point total of 47 for this game.
- The 32.7 points per game these two teams allow to opponents on average this season are 14.3 fewer than the 47 over/under in this contest.
- This season, the average total for Tigers games is 53.8 points, 6.8 more than the over/under of 47 points for this contest.
- Lobos games have an over/under of 41.3 points this season, 5.7 points fewer than the total points bet for this game.
LSU Players to Watch
- Jayden Daniels leads LSU with 556 passing yards (185.3 ypg) on 57-of-82 passing with six touchdowns and zero interceptions this season. He also has 225 rushing yards (75.0 ypg) on 35 carries while scoring two touchdowns on the ground.
- This season Armoni Goodwin has rushed for 174 yards (58.0 per game) on 26 carries with three touchdowns.
- Malik Nabers’ team-leading 199 receiving yards (66.3 yards per game) have come on 14 receptions with one touchdown.
- Brian Thomas Jr. has racked up 121 receiving yards (40.3 yards per game) and one touchdown, reeling in nine passes this year.
- Kayshon Boutte has hauled in 10 receptions for 93 yards (31.0 ypg) this season.
New Mexico Players to Watch
- Miles Kendrick has thrown for 379 yards (126.3 ypg) to lead New Mexico, completing 56.2% of his passes and recording three touchdown passes and three interceptions this season. He’s also figured in the ground game with 36 rushing yards (12.0 ypg) on 31 carries.
- Sherod White has carried the ball 23 times for a team-high 101 yards (33.7 per game), with three touchdowns this year. He has also caught four passes for 60 yards (20.0 per game).
- This season Nathaniel Jones has taken 28 carries for 95 yards (31.7 per game) and one touchdown.
- Geordon Porter’s 140 receiving yards (46.7 yards per game) lead the team. He has nine receptions with two touchdowns.
- Luke Wysong has recorded 104 receiving yards (34.7 yards per game) and one touchdown, reeling in 12 passes this year.
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