LSU Football Prediction 2013

Written by:
Don Shapiro
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LSU Football Prediction 2013 has your LSU Football prediction for 2013 as we attempt to figure out the outcome of each week’s regular season games. 

Odds to BCS Championship (2014) 28/1

Odds to win SEC 10/1

Regular Season Wins Total OVER 8.5 -140

Regular Season Wins Total UNDER 8.5 +110


2012 marked the third straight year that LSU has won 10 or more games.  The Tigers lost some talent after last season but they enter 2013 with some fine replacements. 

The consensus among experts is that LSU will be beaten by both Georgia and Alabama.  The wildcard would be Mississippi as experts are divided.

Brandon Gall of Athlon Sports writes:

Youth and inexperience in the front seven, mediocre quarterback play and the toughest schedule in the league means that LSU won't be competing for an SEC title this year. In fact, it will have to win key swing games with Florida, TCU and Mississippi State to get to eight wins. Road trips to Georgia, Alabama and Ole Miss and a home game with Texas A&M give the Bayou Bengals arguably the toughest schedule in the league this fall. And with a head coach who has a track record of making in-game mistakes and tinkering with his offense, that doesn't bode well. This defense is talented but will be much better in 2014.

If you want to pay the price, the OVER 8.5 at -140 might make sense whether they win against Mississippi or not.


- Don Shapiro,


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