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Auburn-LSU Spread at -21 (Video)

Written by:
Dan Shapiro
Published on:
Oct/21/2011
Auburn-LSU Spread

The Auburn-LSU spread was at a huge -21 in favor of the number one ranked LSU Tigers despite Auburn being a respectable 5-2 and ranked number 23.

Teams in the top ten have gone 18-2 over the past two weeks, Kenny White of Don Best TV noted.

The home team in this series has won nine of the last ten games.  Only three of those were won by more than the current spread with LSU the victor.  Most of the games in this series have been close. 

White noted that this LSU team has struggled offensively while it is their defense that has helped elevate the school to the position they are in now.

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