Unanimous Gambling Picks
LSU to cover -14, game to go under 52.5.
There is something to be said about the night game atmosphere at Tiger Stadium. I’ve never experienced it in person, but all the talking heads who have say it’s like nothing else in sports. There is a magic that makes the LSU football team play much better.
However, it probably won’t lead to a victory. Even though LSU has already taken down four top 10 teams (two that are no longer ranked), Alabama is just head and shoulders above the rest of the field. It’s almost unfair they have a quarterback who can light up the scoreboard the way Tagovailoa can. The man has 25 touchdowns, no interceptions, and has yet to even play a snap in a fourth quarter this season.
Texas A&M to cover +3.5
This is no shocker for anyone who has read this article with any regularity. Only one time has someone picked against the Aggies (me) when they played South Carolina (oops). It’s fair to say these teams are evenly matched, but the Aggies would definitely be the favorite at home and probably on a neutral site. Giving Auburn the home field advantage points (-3) seems about right.
Mond has to get this offense scoring touchdowns when they get inside the 20. Auburn is No. 52 at allowing teams to score in the red zone, so this could be the perfect opportunity to get back on track in that regard.