LSU Tigers Betting Trends: Big Dogs vs. UGA December 2

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Don Shapiro
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  • LSU is currently ranked 14 in the nation and take on Georgia as a +17.5 dog at some books

  • The Tigers come into that game with a 9-3 record Straight Up and were 7-5 Against The Spread

(December 2, 2022) - LSU owned a 9-3 record Straight Up and 7-5 Against The Spread coming into their December 2 Southeastern Conference championship game versus mighty Georgia. 


What's the Line and is it Accurate?

The Bulldogs come into this game as the -17.5 favorite and look to stay undefeated.   Keep in mind, this game will be played in Atlanta so UGA still has the home field advantage.

What's at Stake December 3?

Georgia will most certainly be going to the College Football Playoff regardless of what happens in the Southeastern Conference championship game, and this could help LSU in their quest to at least cover as there is not a whole lot on the line for the Bulldogs.  Something to consider when betting this game.

"We're worried about winning the SEC championship," Bulldogs coach Kirby Smart said. "That's the most important thing on our agenda. It's tough to win an SEC championship. I've been part of this league for a long time. I have almost as many national championships as I do SEC championships."

The Tigers are playing for pride as they look to become the first team to win an SEC championship game after losing three or more regular-season games since 2001.

The winner of the SEC Championship Game plays in the Sugar Bowl unless the College Football Playoff selects it to play in a semifinal game instead, or if the Sugar Bowl is a semifinal game.

LSU has actually won the last two meetings.

LSU as a Double Digit Dog

Against Alabama, the Tigers did cover a +13.5 spread with a 1-point win (32-31 in OT).

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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