NCAAF Picks Week 3 – LSU Travels Versus SEC Rivals Mississippi State


The LSU Tigers have absolutely dominated their SEC rivalry with the Mississippi State Bulldogs over the past decade. Now they hope they are able to continue their dominance all the way at Starkville in Week 2. Expectations are high heading into a brand new season but we won’t actually see LSU play until this week after their opener against McNeese State was postponed as a result of lightning. The Tigers had won 14 straight NCAAF Picks meetings with Mississippi State before last year’s loss in Baton Rouge and while they probably might have liked to play a complete game in order to get rid of some rust they can’t afford a slow start this week with the Bulldogs looking to create a statement at home.

NCAAF Picks week 3 #14 LSU Tigers @ #25 Mississippi State Bulldogs

Saturday September 12, 2015 – 9:15 PM ET

Odds: LSU -3 -LSU returns 15 starters from last season’s team that won eight games and expectations will definitely be higher now. Heisman trophy candidate running back Leonard Fournette could very well be the most crucial returner alongside three of the five starters on the offensive line and there is no doubt the Tigers will require their star rusher to hold much workload in early stages in this one while sophomore quarterback Brandon Harris becomes more comfortable. The coaches might have definitely liked a complete week of work in order to evaluate the tape and work out any conditions that might have shown up in practice but that’s a luxury they won’t have. Meanwhile, the Bulldogs definitely had that opportunity following a 34-16 win over Southern Mississippi in which they weren’t nearly as dominant as they might have been. Dak Prescott threw for 237 yards and two touchdowns alongside 72 rushing yards and another score but he completed only 22-of-38 passes and he knows they can be better. It will take a moment for the Mississippi State offense to play to its peak potential but Prescott looked good enough a week ago to believe that this game deserves a possible upset alert. The Bulldogs ended their 14-game losing skid against LSU with a 34-29 win at Death Valley that wasn’t nearly as close while the score indicated and they have to feel confident about their chances to win this game because they look to carry on their rise in the AP Top-25 and SEC West division. Mississippi State is 5-2 against the spread over its last seven games and we expect that trend to carry on with a large win at home in primetime. NCAAF Picks Week 3: Mississippi State +3
Total: 50 -These teams return several players that helped set up a combined 63 points once they clashed at Baton Rouge last season and there is every reason to anticipate another high scoring game.  The Bulldogs can score points in bunches and they need to sprinkle some new wrinkles in this weekend to catch LSU off guard.  Meanwhile, the Tigers might start slow but they have enough offensive weapons led by Fournette to at the least make this game interesting and it won’t be considered a surprise when this game goes over the 50- point total. NCAAF Picks Week 3: OVER Posted total.

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