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LSU Odds to Win the 2012 BCS Championship, 2011 SEC Conference

Written by:
Dan Shapiro
Published on:
Aug/25/2011
LSU Odds to Win the 2012 BCS Championship

LSU had odds of winning the 2012 BCS Championship at 9/1 while their odds of winning the SEC Conference was a little better than 3/1.  These odds were available at Bookmaker.  Get a 25 percent cash bonus up to $2500, bet live, bet mobile.  Use live chat to assist in the signup process.

Mark your calendars for November 5.  That’s when LSU plays Alabama and this will have all the feel of a national game. 

Here’s the worry from Scout.com:

This year’s team loses its starting running back (Stevan Ridley), best receiver (Terrence Toliver), the best defensive back in America (Patrick Peterson), All-America defensive tackle (Drake Nevis), top tackler (Kelvin Sheppard), and a steady rock of a kicker (Josh Jasper). With so many big departures, and with such a nasty schedule with Oregon, at Mississippi State, at West Virginia, and at Alabama to deal with, not to mention home games against Florida, Auburn, and Arkansas, this team is supposed to be in the hunt for the national title?

Basically, we at Gambling911.com don’t see a whole lot of value betting on LSU to win the 2012 BCS Championship.  The SEC Conference odds of just better than 3/1 also has poor value for the price especially with all the talent in this conference, Alabama being the most talented and a tough team to pass by. 

At press time, August 25, LSU regular season total win betting was not immediately available. 

Future Betting Value Index:

LSU odds to win the 2012 BCS Championship 9/1 – Poor

LSU Odds to win the 2011 SEC Conference 3/1 - Poor

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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