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Louisiana vs. App State Betting Odds, Prop Bets - Week 14

Written by:
Tyrone Black
Published on:
Nov/29/2020

The Louisiana vs. App State betting line opened at Mountaineers -3.5 before slipping a half point to -3.

The Ragin' Cajuns continue to rise up the rankings having lost just one game this season (8-1).  They will face an App State team that is 7-2.

The Cajuns, 8-1, moved to #21 in the USA Today Amway/Coaches poll, and #20 in the Associated Press (AP) poll.

They enjoyed a 70-20 win over ULM this past weekend.

“I just think the goal was just to dominate – domination, and finish the West the right way,” safety Bralen Trahan added after Sun Belt Conference West Division-champion Cajuns (8-1, 5-1) won their fifth straight. “I just feel like we just wanted to dominate the game, and just play good as a team and have momentum going into next week.”

The Mountaineers are 7-2 overall and 5-1 in the Sun Belt Conference.

Louisiana has not beaten Appalachian State in their last ten meetings.

Prop Bets (Coming Soon)

- Tyrone Black, Gambling911.com

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