What The Line Should Really Be On The Auburn LSU Week 5 Game

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Don Shapiro
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The Auburn vs. LSU game line should be Louisiana State -4.5 to -5, so there is a bit of an underlay with the line opening at -3 and just moving up a half point to -3.5. BetAdrian offers a 100% welcome bonus (max bonus $2500) and a FREE NO DEPOSIT $20 SIGNUP BONUS.  Minimum bets just $118 and up welcome.  Not available in NJ, NY, PA or NV.


Action is relatively balanced on this game.  Both teams come into this one 3-1 Straight Up.  Both are 2-2 Against The Spread.

Auburn moved up in the AP Rankings to No. 22 after narrowly avoiding an upset loss against Georgia State on Saturday.

Shedrick Jackson caught a 10-yard touchdown pass from T.J. Finley with 45 seconds remaining, and No. 23 Auburn rallied to beat Georgia State 34-24 on Saturday.

LSU, meanwhile, outlasted Mississippi State Saturday with a 28-25 victory.

Max Johnson passed for 280 yards and four touchdowns to lead the Tigers over the late-rallying Bulldogs.

LSU (3-1, 1-0 Southeastern Conference) had only 343 yards offense and was 5 of 32 on third down but reeled off several big plays when needed.

“We say all the time, big plays build momentum,” head coach Ed Orgeron said.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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