College football betting lines action Saturday Night features a phenomenal SEC matchup to handicap the college football odds with as LSU hosts Florida.
College football betting lines opened with Florida as an 8-point favorite but the college football odds will be tough for the Gators to beat at Tiger Stadium.
One of the toughest settings a team can find on their college football betting lines schedule is a Saturday Night game at LSU’s Tiger Stadium. The atmosphere is legendary for long time handicappers of the college football odds and this game will only intensify the passion as both teams are undefeated.
Florida enters this one with a college football betting lines record of 4-0 straight up and 2-1 against the spread. The Gators had a much needed bye week on the college football betting lines schedule last Saturday as their superstar quarterback Tim Tebow was injured in their last game on September 26 at Kentucky. The Gators beat the college football betting lines in a 41-7 win over the Wildcats but it was a costly win as Tebow left the field in an ambulance.
Tebow’s status for this college football betting lines matchup is still questionable but he did practice in full pads starting on Tuesday of this week. Tebow is having another fine season with the college football odds and is a leading Heisman Trophy candidate. He has hit on 65% of his passes for 643 yards with 6 touchdowns and 1 interception. Tebow is also the Gators 2nd leading rusher with 271 yards and 5 touchdowns this year. The Gators are the 2nd highest scoring team in college football betting lines play this year and also rank 2nd in points allowed.
The LSU Tigers have a college football betting lines record of 5-0 straight up and 2-3 against the spread. LSU beat the college football betting lines in dramatic fashion last week in a 20-13 win at Georgia as 3.5-point dogs. There were 3 lead changes in the 4th quarter before LSU clinched the college football betting lines win with a 33 yard TD run by Charles Scott with 46 seconds remaining.
Florida has gotten the cash in their last 5 consecutive trips to LSU so it’s not likely that they will be intimidated by the tough and rowdy crowd at Baton Rouge.
This game can be seen on CBS.