College Football Playoff Odds: LSU vs. Oklahoma Spread, Over/Under & Our Projections for Peach Bowl

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Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports. Pictured: LSU Tigers QB Joe Burrow

Peach Bowl Odds: Oklahoma vs. LSU

  • Odds: LSU -13
  • Over/Under: 76
  • Date: Saturday, Dec. 28, 2019
  • Time: 4 p.m. ET
  • TV channel: ESPN
  • Location: Atlanta

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Oklahoma Betting Stats & 2019 Season Profile

  • Season Record: 11-1
  • Against-the-Spread Record: 5-7
  • Conference: Big 12
  • Offense Yards Per Play Rank: 1
  • Defense Yards Per Play Rank: 42
  • S&P+ Special Teams Rank: 28

Analysis: The Sooners have the highest success rate of any offense in college football. OU ranks in the top 25 in almost every offensive category from the ground to the air. The Sonners’ biggest improvement this season came on defense. The Sooners’ D ranks top 20 in defensive havoc and sack rate. Alex Grinch is responsible for taking a defense that was outside of the top 100 in many categories in 2018 and molding it into a unit that now ranks top-45 in success rate. Coach Lincoln Riley failed to cover and lost in the Rose Bowl against Georgia two seasons ago, while last year the Sooners were the first College Football Playoff underdog to cover but not win straight-up, falling to Alabama. — Collin Wilson

All stats are regular season only


LSU Betting Stats & 2019 Season Profile

  • Season Record: 12-0
  • Against-the-Spread Record: 7-4-1
  • Conference: SEC
  • Offense Yards Per Play Rank: 2
  • Defense Yards Per Play Rank: 28
  • S&P+ Special Teams Rank: 8

Analysis: The Tigers are the best offense in the land thanks to Heisman favorite Joe Burrow and passing game coordinator Joe Brady. LSU is first in passing success rate and third in finishing drives this season, putting at least 40 points on the Florida and Alabama defenses. The defense has rebounded after multiple weeks of sloppy tackling and poor angles. A rank outside the top 100 against pass explosiveness illustrates the primary weakness of the Tigers. Any offense with a deep threat attack does have an avenue to trade points with LSU. Coach Ed Orgeron has covered two of three bowls in his time as interim and head coach. –Collin Wilson

All stats are regular season only


Peach Bowl Projections & Picks

  • Our projected spread: LSU -8
  • Our projected over/under: 73.74

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