Clemson vs. LSU Picks & Betting Predictions: 4 Best Bets for the 2020 National Championship Game

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Jan 14, 2020, 07:00 PM EST
  • The latest betting odds for the 2020 College Football Playoff National Championship Game between LSU and Clemson show that the spread has continued to move in Clemson's direction prior to kickoff.
  • Does Clemson have value at the current line? And which player prop bets make the most sense to target? Our college football betting experts pick out their favorite spread bets and props for LSU-Clemson.

There are no shortage of betting markets offered for Monday’s college football national title game, and it can be a little difficult to sift through.

That’s especially true when you have so many dynamic players capable of smashing their props, two quarterbacks who can lead effortless comeback drives to create live betting value, and two coordinators who are among the best in the country at making adjustments.

We’ve boiled down all the offerings into our four favorite bets, including one on the full game and three player props.

Let’s get to it.

Clemson vs. LSU Betting Picks

Get up to date Clemson vs. LSU odds at FanDuel, where Action Network users get a risk-free bet up to $500.

Spread Picks

I love LSU football, I love their fans, I love Joe Burrow, I love Joe Brady, I love the receivers, and I love Coach O.

With that being said, I’m putting my money behind the Tigers from Clemson in the national title game.

I’ve been consistently higher than the market on LSU the entire season until … I wasn’t.

It can happen quickly, especially with a seemingly unstoppable offense.

I was stunned to suddenly be so low on LSU compared to the market when the Tigers played Oklahoma, but they dominated and deserved another hefty bump in my power ratings.

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