LSU vs. Ole Miss Free Pick

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OXFORD, MS (ATS Consultants) - After covering against Texas A&M last Saturday will Ole Miss cover the number again tonight when it hosts No. 6 LSU at 7:00PM ET?

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ODDS: According to oddsmakers from online sports book, LSU is an 8-point favorite over Ole Miss, while the over/under total is currently sitting at 60 points. The Tigers enter play with a 6-1 record and are 3-1 in the SEC, while the Rebels are 3-3 overall and 1-3 in conference play.

LINE MOVEMENT: The Tigers opened as 9.5-point favorites but the spread has been bet down to 8 at most sports books, while the total opened at 59 and has been bet up to 60 points.

PUBLIC BETTING: Of the current wagers placed on tonight’s game, 84% of College Football public bettors currently favor the Tigers. This information is subject to change, however, so make sure you click on the link provided to get the most updated public betting numbers.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL FREE PICK: Take LSU. According to latest college football trends, the road team is 14-2 against the spread in the last 16 meetings between these two teams and the Tigers are 5-2 ATS in their last seven road games versus the Rebels. LSU is also 9-4-1 against the spread in its last 14 road games and 6-2 ATS in its last eight games in October. On the other side, Ole Miss is just 3-7 against the number in its last 10 home games versus a team with a winning record. The Rebels can't seem to get out of their own way over the past three weeks. One week after allowing Johnny Manziel and A&M to run up and down the field on them in the second half, look for the Tigers to generate plenty of offense tonight and cover the spread.


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