On Saturday, LSU, who are currently No.15, are very eager to defeat Auburn, who are No.5 and undefeated, in a game that Live betting fans all over the country are eagerly anticipating.
Two week ago, the LSU Tigers suffered a serious setback when Mississippi State defeated them 34-29 at home, something that caused the team to fall in the national rankings from No. 8 down to No. 17, before putting things in order after demolishing New Mexico State 63-7, earning the ranking that they now have.
However, LSU must still clinch their season’s first victory in the SEC. One more loss in the conference would probably get rid of any possibilities for the team at the inaugural playoff, and many fans seriously hope that this doesn’t happen. On the other hand, the Auburn Tigers must increase their drive before November – a very important month – with trips to No. 11 Mississippi as well as No. 13 Georgia, and they’ll are also set to host Texas A&M, who are No. 6.
So far, Gus Malzahn, Auburn’s head coach, was able to mostly answer all of the early tests that his team had. Two weeks ago, Auburn beat Kansas State on the road at 20-14 behind the two TD passes by QB Nick Marshall, and an interception in the fourth quarter by DB Trovon Reed gave Kansas State a very big upset.
That win was followed when the Tigers destroyed Louisiana Tech 45-17, when 221 rushing yards were recorded by RB Cameron Artis-Payne and Marshall. Auburn’s QB was also able to throw three TD’s – two of them went to Quan Bray, and D’haquille Williams got the other one.
Live betting fans know that together with that very dangerous offense, the Tigers also have the country’s No. 15 defense, with 16.3 points allowed per game played. But many fans can see that Miles is not hesitating when it comes to throwing Brandon Harris, freshman QB, into the game
Through the season’s early portion, Anthony Jennings was struggling with Harris to get the starting position, and the player was able to make it concrete (more-or-less) after he almost led Auburn to a comeback win with two TD passes over Mississippi State. Then Harris recorded five TD’s – three of them passing and two of them rushing – when the team took on New Mexico State, earning plenty of respect.
“I love his personality, it’s the kind you want a quarterback to have,” said LSU WR Travin Dural. “He’s talkative and friendly. The vibe I get is he’s a very positive person. He doesn’t say anything negative about any one.”
RB Leonard Fournette is another freshman who happened to record a total of 420 yards and four TD’s together with the four scores and 298 yards by Kenny Hilliard.
Even though Harris might be very busy with a Tigers defense that had a total of seven interceptions and nine sacks, Hilliard and Fournette are the players who could have the biggest problems, and many fans can’t wait to see what will happen on the field when this game gets underway.
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