LSU vs Oklahoma Live

LSU vs Oklahoma Live: Peach Bowl College Football Playoff semifinal on Saturday between No. 1 LSU and No. 4 Oklahoma is surely important, many are overlooking it for what is expected to be a strong matchup in the evening. That would be a mistake. the game on Saturday, Dec. 28 in a CFP semifinal. Below, find the prediction, time, TV channel and preview information.

LSU vs Oklahoma Live

Oklahoma suffered a midseason loss to Kansas State but rebounded to beat Baylor twice in the final month of the season — including in the Big 12 Championship Game — to punch its ticket to the College Football Playoff for the third straight season. LSU will stroll into Mercedes-Benz Stadium as hefty favorites, which is fair considering it hasn’t been fazed on any stage all season. But the CFP is a different animal. Will the Tigers continue to roll, or will the Sooners win their first CFP game after failing in their prior semifinals appearances?

Viewing information
Event: Peach Bowl (College Football Playoff semifinal)
Date: Saturday, Dec. 28 | Time: 4 p.m. ET
Location: Mercedes-Benz Stadium — Atlanta, Georgia
TV: ESPN | Live stream: WatchESPN.com

Storylines
LSU: Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback Joe Burrow established himself as the most outstanding player in college football this year with a nation’s best 48 passing touchdowns and an eye-popping 77.9 percent completion percentage. It isn’t just him, though. Biletnikoff Award winner Ja’Marr Chase and junior receiver Justin Jefferson have both gone over the 1,000-yard mark this season, and tight end Thaddeus Moss has become one of the best tight ends in the country. If there’s a concern for the Tigers, though, it’s the health of star running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire. The junior, who has rushed for 1,290 yards and 16 touchdowns with 50 catches out of the backfield, is questionable with a hamstring injury suffered in practice last week. If he can’t go, the onus will fall on freshmen Tyrion Davis-Price and John Emery to shoulder the load behind an offensive line that won the Joe Moore Award given to the nation’s top offensive line.

Defensively, the Tigers are a wild card. They struggled preventing the big play for the majority of the season and seemed to have problems adjusting to the increased time they spend on the field thanks to the new, uptempo offense. But they’ve given up 304 yards or less in their last three games — including 286 yards and 4.21 yards per play against Georgia in the SEC Championship Game. If Oklahoma tries to test the Tigers, it will have to succeed against Jim Thorpe Award winner Grant Delpit and the talented cornerback duo of Derek Stingley Jr. and Kristian Fulton.

Oklahoma: Heisman finalist Jalen Hurts is no stranger to the CFP, having been each of the last three years with Alabama. He did top LSU twice as Alabama’s starting quarterback, but LSU defensive coordinator Dave Aranda held him to an average of 145 passing yards and 79 rushing yards in those two matchups. That likely won’t cut it in a Peach Bowl that’s bound to be a shootout. Wide receiver CeeDee Lamb is one of the best in the business with 1,208 yards and 14 touchdowns, and he will undoubtedly be the primary target for Hurts. The running game could be a concern, though. Hurts and Kennedy Brooks have shouldered the load this year, but Brooks left the Big 12 Championship Game with a head injury. A suspension to backup Rhamondre Stevenson could create a big issue for a team that uses its running game to set the tone for the wide open passing attack.

It might come as a shock, but defense is still a concern for the Sooners. Sure, 330.6 yards per game and 5.29 yards per play are massive improvements from a year ago, but they’ve given up points in 93.02 percent of opponent’s red zone attempts and 62 plays of 20 or more yards — seventh in the Big 12. What’s more, leading pass rusher Ronnie Perkins will be suspended for the game, which will put a ton of pressure on Neville Gallimore and the rest of the Sooners defensive line.

Peach Bowl prediction, picks
This line is enormous for a reason — the Sooners defense doesn’t stand a chance against the potent Tigers offensive. Even without Edwards-Helaire, Burrow will pick the Sooners secondary apart. The injury to sophomore defensive back Delarrin Turner-Yell is the worst news the coach Lincoln Riley could get the week prior to biggest game of the year. LSU will feel Oklahoma out for a little while before throwing haymaker after haymaker in a game that will turn sideways in the second half. Pick: LSU (-13.5)

Georgia vs LSU

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GEORGIA VS LSU OKLAHOMA VS BAYLOR GAME DATE, TIME, TV & LIVE STREAMING INFO

Event name: NCAA Football games Week 15
Dates: 7Th  Dec 2019

TV: CBS Sports Live

Live Stream: Watch Live Online Here

Georgia VS LSU Live Stream

 

Georgia vs LSU: The 2019 SEC Championship Game will be a college football game played on Saturday, December 7, 2019, at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia to determine the 2019 champion of the Southeastern Conference.

LSU vs Georgia Live

No. 2 LSU is ready for another challenge when the Tigers face the No. 4 Georgia Bulldogs in Atlanta on Saturday in the 2019 SEC Championship Game. It is the Tigers’ first appearance in the title game since 2011, and they are rolling this season at 12-0. The LSU offense scores 48.7 points per game behind Ohio State transfer and Heisman favorite Joe Burrow. The senior has plenty of weapons at his disposal, and the defense has playmakers, as well. That big-play ability will come in handy as the Tigers face a top-10 team for the fifth time this season. Kickoff is set for 4 p.m. ET at Mercedes-Benz Stadium and it will be televised by CBS. The Tigers are seven-point favorites in the latest LSU vs. Georgia odds, while the over-under for total points scored is 57. Before considering any LSU vs. Georgia picks, be sure to see the college football predictions from the SportsLine Projection Model.

The SportsLine Projection Model simulates every FBS college football game 10,000 times, and those who have followed it have seen huge returns since its inception. Over the past four-plus years, the proprietary computer model has generated a stunning profit of almost $4,000 for $100 players on its top-rated college football picks against the spread. Anyone who has followed it over that time is way up.

Now, the model has analyzed LSU vs. Georgia from every angle. We can tell you it’s leaning under, but it also says one side of the spread hits in over 50 percent of simulations. You can head to SportsLine to see that pick. Now, here are several college football betting lines and trends for Georgia vs. LSU:

LSU vs. Georgia spread: Tigers -7
LSU vs. Georgia over-under: 57
LSU vs. Georgia money line: Tigers -270, Bulldogs +220
LSU: QB Joe Burrow has thrown for at least 275 yards in every game this season.
UGA: The Bulldogs haven’t allowed more than 20 points in a game this season.
The Tigers have covered the spread in six of eight games against teams with a winning record, and they have scored at least 50 points in half their games this season. Burrow completes an FBS-best 78.3 percent of his passes and leads the nation’s No. 2 offense in total yards (560.5 yards) and passing yards (390). The unit has scored on 96.7 percent of its possessions in the red zone, with 47 touchdowns and 12 field goals on 61 attempts. Running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire is overlooked, but he has rushed for 1,233 yards and 16 TDs.

The Tigers are 15-7 against the spread in their last 22 conference games, and the defense allows only 345.9 yards and 22.1 points per game. Georgia quarterback Jake Fromm is tough to get to, but LSU has 30 sacks this season, led by JaCoby Stevens with five, and five other players have at least 2.5. The LSU defense allows only a 30.7-percent conversion rate on third down and 75 percent in the red zone, holding opponents scoreless eight times on 32 attempts.

The Tigers might have one of the most talented teams in the nation, but that doesn’t mean they will cover the LSU vs. Georgia spread in the SEC Championship Game 2019.

The Bulldogs are 9-3 against the spread in their last 12 conference games and will be pumped up to earn their spot in the College Football Playoff. Georgia’s defense allows only 10.4 points per game and is second in the nation, giving up only 71 rushing yards per game. Junior linebacker Monty Rice is the emotional leader and top tackler with 79. The defensive front averages more than 300 pounds, with senior tackles Tyler Clark and Michael Barnett clogging the middle.

Georgia has covered the spread in four of its last five games and has an efficient, balanced offense led by Fromm. The junior has thrown for 2,385 yards and 21 touchdowns and has only had three passes intercepted.

LSU vs Georgia

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GEORGIA VS LSU OKLAHOMA VS BAYLOR GAME DATE, TIME, TV & LIVE STREAMING INFO

Event name: NCAA Football games Week 15
Dates: 7Th  Dec 2019

TV: CBS Sports Live

Live Stream: Watch Live Online Here

Georgia VS LSU Live Stream

 

LSU vs Georgia: The 2019 SEC Championship Game will be a college football game played on Saturday, December 7, 2019, at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia to determine the 2019 champion of the Southeastern Conference.

LSU vs Georgia Live

No. 2 LSU is ready for another challenge when the Tigers face the No. 4 Georgia Bulldogs in Atlanta on Saturday in the 2019 SEC Championship Game. It is the Tigers’ first appearance in the title game since 2011, and they are rolling this season at 12-0. The LSU offense scores 48.7 points per game behind Ohio State transfer and Heisman favorite Joe Burrow. The senior has plenty of weapons at his disposal, and the defense has playmakers, as well. That big-play ability will come in handy as the Tigers face a top-10 team for the fifth time this season. Kickoff is set for 4 p.m. ET at Mercedes-Benz Stadium and it will be televised by CBS. The Tigers are seven-point favorites in the latest LSU vs. Georgia odds, while the over-under for total points scored is 57. Before considering any LSU vs. Georgia picks, be sure to see the college football predictions from the SportsLine Projection Model.

The SportsLine Projection Model simulates every FBS college football game 10,000 times, and those who have followed it have seen huge returns since its inception. Over the past four-plus years, the proprietary computer model has generated a stunning profit of almost $4,000 for $100 players on its top-rated college football picks against the spread. Anyone who has followed it over that time is way up.

Now, the model has analyzed LSU vs. Georgia from every angle. We can tell you it’s leaning under, but it also says one side of the spread hits in over 50 percent of simulations. You can head to SportsLine to see that pick. Now, here are several college football betting lines and trends for Georgia vs. LSU:

LSU vs. Georgia spread: Tigers -7
LSU vs. Georgia over-under: 57
LSU vs. Georgia money line: Tigers -270, Bulldogs +220
LSU: QB Joe Burrow has thrown for at least 275 yards in every game this season.
UGA: The Bulldogs haven’t allowed more than 20 points in a game this season.
The Tigers have covered the spread in six of eight games against teams with a winning record, and they have scored at least 50 points in half their games this season. Burrow completes an FBS-best 78.3 percent of his passes and leads the nation’s No. 2 offense in total yards (560.5 yards) and passing yards (390). The unit has scored on 96.7 percent of its possessions in the red zone, with 47 touchdowns and 12 field goals on 61 attempts. Running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire is overlooked, but he has rushed for 1,233 yards and 16 TDs.

The Tigers are 15-7 against the spread in their last 22 conference games, and the defense allows only 345.9 yards and 22.1 points per game. Georgia quarterback Jake Fromm is tough to get to, but LSU has 30 sacks this season, led by JaCoby Stevens with five, and five other players have at least 2.5. The LSU defense allows only a 30.7-percent conversion rate on third down and 75 percent in the red zone, holding opponents scoreless eight times on 32 attempts.

The Tigers might have one of the most talented teams in the nation, but that doesn’t mean they will cover the LSU vs. Georgia spread in the SEC Championship Game 2019.

The Bulldogs are 9-3 against the spread in their last 12 conference games and will be pumped up to earn their spot in the College Football Playoff. Georgia’s defense allows only 10.4 points per game and is second in the nation, giving up only 71 rushing yards per game. Junior linebacker Monty Rice is the emotional leader and top tackler with 79. The defensive front averages more than 300 pounds, with senior tackles Tyler Clark and Michael Barnett clogging the middle.

Georgia has covered the spread in four of its last five games and has an efficient, balanced offense led by Fromm. The junior has thrown for 2,385 yards and 21 touchdowns and has only had three passes intercepted.