Tennessee Volunteers vs LSU Tigers 10/8/2022 – Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge, Louisiana will be the venue for an entertaining matchup between the Tennessee Volunteers and the LSU Tigers. The Tennessee Volunteers are coming here after facing Florida in the last round and pulling off a win, making them 4-0 overall currently. As of LSU, the Tigers played Auburn last week and won as well, making them 4-1 overall. The Tigers will hope that their decent start to the season will continue. But the Tennessee Volunteers are going to win this game as expected by the college football betting guide.
Tennessee Volunteers vs LSU Tigers 10/8/2022
|When:||Saturday, October 8, 12:00 PM ET|
|Where:||Tiger Stadium, Baton Rouge, Louisiana|
|Volunteers||-2.5 (-130)||61.5 o (-110)||-154|
|Tigers||+2.5 (+110)||61.5 u (-110)||+130|
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The Tennessee Volunteers are coming here after losing two games out of their last six played on the road and are yet to take a defeat in this season. The Tennessee offense is led by Hendon Hooker who has a pass completion percentage of 71.7 percent this season along with 1,193 yards and eight touchdowns. On the ground, the Volunteers are covering an average of 193.5 yards in each matchup. Defense-wise, the Tennessee Volunteers are allowing their opponents to score an average of 19 points in each game along with 407.3 yards.
Players to watch: Hendon Hooker QB (CMP 81, ATT 113, YDS 1193, CMP% 71.7, AVG 10.6, LNG 70, TD 8, INT 0, SACK 8, SYL -34, RTG 183.7, Joe Milton III QB (CMP 12, ATT 14, YDS 225, CMP% 85.7, AVG 16.1, LNG 57, TD 3, INT 0, SACK 0, SYL 0, RTG 291.4, Jaylen Wright RB (ATT 55, YDS 256, AVG 4.7, LNG 33, TD 4), Jabari Small RB (ATT 44, YDS 184, AVG 4.2, LNG 39, TD 4), Jalin Hyatt WR (REC 23, YDS 325, AVG 14.1, LNG 57, TD 3).
The LSU Tigers are coming here after winning all of their last five games played at home and are currently riding a four-game winning streak. The LSU offense is led by Jayden Daniels who has a pass completion percentage of 67.9 percent this season along with 915 yards and six touchdowns. On the ground, the Tigers are covering an average of 196 yards in each game. On defense, the LSU Tigers are allowing their opponents to score an average of 14.8 points in each game, along with 293.8 yards.
Players to watch: Jayden Daniels QB (CMP 89, ATT 131, YDS 915, CMP% 67.9, AVG 7, LNG 51, TD 6, INT 0, SACK 15, SYL -64, RTG 141.7), Garrett Nussmeier QB (CMP 24, ATT 39, YDS 323, CMP% 61.5, AVG 8.3, LNG 60, TD 1, INT 2, SACK 0, SYL 0, RTG 129.3), Armoni Goodwin RB (ATT 34, YDS 199, AVG 5.9, LNG 47, TD 5), Noah Cain RB (ATT 33, YDS 189, AVG 5.7, LNG 49, TD 4), Malik Nabers WR (REC 22, YDS 290, AVG 13.2, LNG 60, TD 1).
Tennessee Volunteers vs LSU Tigers Betting Numbers
The total has gone OVER in 9 of Tennessee’s last 10 games.
Tennessee is 6-1 SU in their last 7 games.
Tennessee is 0-5 SU in their last 5 games against Louisiana State.
The total has gone OVER in 4 of Tennessee’s last 6 games on the road.
The total has gone OVER in 5 of Tennessee’s last 5 games against an opponent in the Southeastern Conference.
The total has gone UNDER in 4 of Louisiana State’s last 5 games.
Louisiana State is 4-1 SU in their last 5 games.
Louisiana State is 5-0 SU in their last 5 games at home.
The total has gone UNDER in 5 of Louisiana State’s last 6 games against an opponent in the Southeastern Conference.
The total has gone OVER in 5 of Louisiana State’s last 5 games against an opponent in the East Division division.
Tennessee Volunteers vs LSU Tigers Betting Picks
The LSU Tigers are doing pretty well this season and are packed decently in the offense. The Tennessee Volunteers are predicted to win this game with a final score of 35-27 as expected by the NCAAF betting preview.