LSU is heavily favored against Georgia State this weekend. The current point spread has LSU as 31-point favorites over Georgia State, similar to their last non-conference game against Army where they were favored by 33 points. Despite LSU not meeting their national championship aspirations for the 2023 season, they have been putting up impressive numbers on offense with Jayden Daniels leading the charge.
In their last game against Florida, Daniels had an outstanding performance, accumulating over 600 combined passing and rushing yards. This performance has put him back in the Heisman Trophy conversation, despite LSU having three losses this season. Daniels is expected to have another strong showing this week, as Georgia State has struggled defensively, allowing over 40 points in their last three games.
On the other hand, Georgia State started the season strong with a 6-1 record after seven games, but they have since lost their last three games by double digits and currently sit at 6-4. The Tigers, with a 7-3 record, have had a challenging season with their defense ranking among the worst in the nation. However, they have managed to stay competitive thanks to their strong offense led by Daniels.
This Saturday’s game will mark the first meeting ever between LSU and Georgia State in football. Oddsmakers are anticipating a high-scoring game, setting the over/under at 71.5 points. The game will take place at Tiger Stadium at 7 p.m. and will be broadcast on ESPN2.
The betting line for the game shows Georgia State as +31 underdogs, with a money line of +2500 for Georgia State and -25000 for LSU. The over/under is set at 71.5 points. The game will be televised on ESPN2 at 7 p.m. These odds are provided by Caesars Sportsbook as of Monday, Nov. 13, the official odds partner of Bet.NOLA.com. Additionally, a reminder about gambling help resources is included at the end of the article.