LSU Vs Florida Free Pick

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LSU Vs Florida Free Pick

The Week 6 college football spread favors unranked LSU when they travel to 18th-ranked Florida in a huge game for both teams. The battle kicks-off on Saturday, October 8th at 12:00 PM from Ben Hill Griffin Stadium in Gainesville, FL. 

LSU Tigers Vs Florida Gators Free Pick

Florida is 4-1 straight up, but 1-4 against the spread this season. LSU is 3-3 straight up and 1-5 against the spread this season.

What: LSU Tigers (3-2) at No.18 Florida Gators (4-1)
When: Saturday, October 8, 2016
Start Time: 12:00 PM ET
Where: Gainesville, FL
Stadium: Ben Hill Griffin Stadium
Spread: LSU -3
Moneyline: LSU -150 vs Florida +130
Game Total: 41
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Bet on LSU -3 Because…

LSU’s offense stepped it up big time against Missouri. The Tigers rushed for a huge 418 yards from 52 carries. LSU averaged 8 yards per carry. That’s amazing considering that their Heisman Trophy hopeful running back, Leonard Fournette, only got 3 carries. Derrius Guice rushed 17 times for 163 yards. He scored 3 touchdowns. Darrel Williams rushed 21 times for 130 yards. He too scored 3 touchdowns.

Bet on Florida +3 Because…

QB Luke Del Rio is back in the starting line-up. Del Rio has missed the past two Florida Gator games due to a sprained MCL. The word is out that Del Rio will play on Saturday. Before getting hurt versus North Texas, Del Rio had completed over 61% of his passes for 762 yards. He had thrown 6 TD passes to only 2 interceptions. Del Rio is Florida’s starting QB. His return should have an impact on Florida’s offense.

Expert Pick & Final Score Prediction

Ed Orgeron, LSU’s interim head coach, is known as an excellent recruiter. Not only that, but he has head coaching interim experience at USC as well as 2 years of head coaching experience at Ole Miss.

The reason that I bring all of this up is because Orgeron had an immediate effect on LSU players in the Tigers’ first game after LSU fired Les Miles as their head coach. Anybody who saw some of the 42 to 7 win against Missouri had to notice the emotion that the LSU players had. That emotion wasn’t present in any of LSU’s previous games this season.

That emotion stems from Orgeron. Not only that but as a former offensive line and defensive line coach, Orgeron knows exactly what’s needed on both sides of the football. I like Florida this season. But LSU should continue to play out of their minds with Orgeron at the controls.

I think LSU makes another statement on Saturday. The Tiger have the potential to blow out Florida.

My final score prediction is LSU 38, Florida 10.