Friday, November 03, 2006

LSU-Tennessee Betting Preview

LSU-Tennessee Highlight Great Betting Card Saturday

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The LSU Tigers travel to Knoxville to take on the Tennessee Volunteers in a mid-afternoon nationally televised game on CBS Saturday afternoon.  Pointspread bettors are keeping an eye on Vols quarterback Erik Ainge.

According to Cy McCormick of, Ainge will start.  McCormick, one of the top insiders when it comes to injury information said Ainge practiced fully Thursday and looked sharp.

LSU is 6-2 straight up, but lost and failed to cover each of their road games, losing 7-3 at Auburn and 23-10 at Florida. The Tigers are coming off a bye. Tennessee is 7-1 SU and 6-2 in the back pocket.

According to Stevie Vincent of, LSU has been sensational on both sides of the ball, but especially passing and stopping the pass.  The Tigers get 9.4 passing yards per attempt to teams normally allowing just 7.4 and they also hold opponents to a full 2.0 yards per pass below their normal average.

Sports betting online aficionados should note that Tennessee is 1-9 ATS at home to the conference the last three years. They are in fact 8-25 their last 33 home games where it really counts

Other pointspread stats say that LUS is 36-15 after allowing less than 100 yards rushing last game.

For all the pointspread winners this weekend: Joe Duffy’s, Stevie Vincent’s and are all now part of the Network.


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