Oklahoma vs. LSU Odds: Finding the Best Spread, Over/Under, Line for 2019 Peach Bowl

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Updated Oklahoma vs. LSU Odds

  • Odds: LSU -13.5
  • Over/Under: 76
  • Time: 4 p.m. ET
  • TV: ESPN
  • Location: Atlanta, Ga.

Getting the best price is paramount to long-term sustainability in sports betting. And with online sportsbooks popping up all over the country, it’s never been easier to shop for the best lines if you’re in a state that offers legal betting.

Using our live odds page and best odds widgets, it’s simple.

Let’s compare odds at several sportsbooks to see where the best prices are no matter which side you want — LSU vs. Oklahoma, the over or the under.

Comparing LSU-Oklahoma Odds

Updated as of 10 a.m. ET

SugarHouse

SugarHouse is offering the best price on Oklahoma as of Saturday morning at a flat +14. The rest of the market is at -13.5.

DraftKings

DraftKings is a good option if you want to bet LSU, though there’s not much of a difference across the market right now. DK is offering LSU -13.5 (-110), while some other books are at -115.

PointsBet

The total is almost identical across the market at 76 (-110), and you can bet it at PointsBet.

How We’re Betting LSU-Oklahoma and the Rest of Saturday’s Bowl Games

Collin Wilson’s Best Bet

The Action Network projection is LSU -8, but Oklahoma needs a clean boxscore from a turnover perspective to live up to that number.

Jalen Hurts has just not been careful with the ball — the Sooners’ rank outside the top 100 in actual turnover margin and expected turnover margin. So their misfortunes against Baylor and TCU, for example, have not been a product of bad luck.

Oklahoma needs a few things to fall its way.

  • Edwards-Helaire’s limitations due to injury may remove Joe Burrow’s primary source of check downs. This may lead to an LSU decrease in third down conversions.
  • The Sooners can cover with a clean game. While LSU is top 15 in defensive havoc, that number is completely derived from tackles for loss and passes defensed. The Tigers are the best in the nation at pass breakups and passes defensed, with a top 10 rank in interceptions. The one area LSU lacks in havoc is forced fumbles.
  • It’s possible that Hurts has a big game on the ground. Oklahoma is top 10 in line yards and that should lead to success on the ground.

Ultimately, LSU will take advantage of havoc-less Sooners defense that ranks 83rd in finishing drives to win the game.

But my money will be on Oklahoma becoming only the second underdog in College Football Playoff history to cover the spread but not win the game (the Sooners did it last year). The offense will do just enough to cover +14. — Collin Wilson

Collin’s Pick: Oklahoma +14 or better

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