College Football Top Teaser of Week 6: Tying the Tigers and Going Under the Badgers
Two-Team Seven-Point Teaser
LSU -6 vs FLORIDA
LSU’s quarterback Joe Burrow is having a fantastic season, tossing 22 touchdowns and only three interceptions. The Tigers have three receivers with at least six touchdown receptions (including seven by star receiver Justin Jefferson) and the Florida Gators don’t have anyone with more than three. Revenge is also on the minds of LSU as Florida upset them last year in “The Swamp,” but the game this game is in Baton Rouge and LSU is a scoring machine.
Florida has issues at quarterback with Felieppe Sparks out for the season and backup Kyle Trask getting hurt last week versus Auburn. LSU is 12-3 ATS in its last 15 conference games and is 9-0 ATS at home in its last nine contests so look for LSU to bring too much offense for the Gators and smile as the Tigers easily cover the teaser and win by at least a touchdown.
I know it’s not always a safe bet to go under in a low total in a college game like this, but these defenses have been outstanding this season. The Spartans played Ohio State tough last week in yielding just 34 points to a team that has put up massive numbers every game this year and this Badger team has given up just 29 points all season through five games.
The last two times these two rivals have faced off the total has gone under. The total has gone under in 11 of the last 14 games for Michigan St and eight of their last 10 conference games. For Wisconsin their games have gone under in eight of their last 11 games and five of their last seven conference games have gone under the number.
MICHIGAN ST 13
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