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LSU Football Betting Odds: The Number to Grab on Tigers to Win 2023 Title

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TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA – NOVEMBER 06: Jack Bech #80 of the LSU Tigers reacts after scoring a touchdown against the Alabama Crimson Tide during the second half at Bryant-Denny Stadium on November 06, 2021 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)

Odds to Win 2023 CFP Title
via FanDuel (150-1 or shorter)

Team Odds
Alabama +200
Georgia +350
Ohio State +550
Clemson +1000
Texas A&M +3000
Oklahoma +3000
Michigan +4000
USC +5000
Oregon +6000
Florida +6000
Utah +8000
Tennessee +8000
Miami +8000
Penn State +8000
Notre Dame +8000
Kentucky +10000
North Carolina +10000
Oklahoma State +10000
Wisconsin +10000
Texas +10000
Arkansas +15000
LSU +15000
Michigan State +15000
South Carolina +15000

The LSU Tigers have been a shell of the 2019-20 roster that won the national title, but the upcoming season offers a clean slate with a brand-new head coach.

Shopping around for the best number on a bet is always recommended, especially in the futures market – for example, LSU can be found at +6000 at another shop.

For those interested, take +150000 instead.

It takes a crafty head coach to beat out the Alabamas and Georgias of the world. The beloved Ed Orgeron is gone, but Brian Kelly — who spent 2010-21 at Notre Dame — has a winning pedigree.

He led the Fighting Irish to a pair of Playoff appearances, plus another runner-up finish to Alabama a decade ago (though that was vacated). Notre Dame also covered 54% of its games under Kelly, right above the break-even point of 52.4%.

But he has some work to do with the roster. Some programs have benefited from the transfer portal, however LSU is not one of those teams.

The Tigers have lost oodles of talent over the past two years, not to mention a flurry of opt-outs and injuries piled on top.

Because of that, the program owns the third-worst mark in the SEC in Returning Production and Transfer Grades entering the year.

You can check out the full list below.

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