College Football News Preview 2020: LSU Tigers

Stephen Lew-USA TODAY Sports

College Football News Preview 2020: LSU Tigers


College Football News Preview 2020: LSU Tigers


1. College Football News Preview 2020: LSU Tigers Win Total Prediction, What Will Happen

Oh yeah, poor LSU.

That was a fun run when everything came together in one magical, all-timer of a season, but that was an aberration, right? After all, who can reasonably expect all that production and all that domination again after losing 14 players to the NFL draft and a slew of other key starters.

But here’s the thing – talent replaces talent at a place like LSU.

Ohio State, Alabama, Clemson – they’ve all suffered massive personnel losses and had to undergo wholesale changes from time to time over their respective great runs, and the fun kept on going.

After years of great recruiting, there’s still NFL talent across the board. The wide receivers are ridiculous, the defensive backs are ridiculous, and the overall athleticism is ridiculous.

The schedule is hard, but it was supposedly too nasty to win a national championship in 2019, too.

Set The LSU Tigers Regular Season Win Total At … 8

Bet on LSU at BetMGM

Alabama is at least at home, and there’s no Texas on the slate now as a possible landmine. However, the road games at Florida, Auburn, and – don’t laugh after last year’s 50-7 nailbiter – Texas A&M are all nasty.

Assume Mississippi State will be dangerous with the Mike Leach passing game kicking in. Assume Ole Miss will be a little more concerning, and assume South Carolina really might be a problem. However, al three of those games are in Death Valley.

LSU will be too good to biff a game it shouldn’t, and out of Alabama, at Florida, at Auburn, and at Texas A&M, figure it goes 2-2, at worst.

If it goes 3-1 or better against that group, 1) don’t be shocked, and 2) it’ll likely be right there to go off to the College Football Playoff again.

– What You Need To Know: Offense | Defense
Top Players | Key Players, Games, Stats
Schedule Analysis

More College Football News