The LSU Tigers and the Oklahoma Sooners have had some time off and are no doubt ready to hit the field. LSU and Oklahoma will compete for holiday cheer in the Peach Bowl on Saturday at Mercedes-Benz Stadium at 4 p.m. ET test. Each of these teams will be battling to keep a win streak alive as the Tigers skips in on 13 wins and Oklahoma on five.
The No. 1 LSU Tigers hope to extend their undefeated season when they meet the fourth-ranked Oklahoma Sooners on Saturday in the 2019 Peach Bowl. Kickoff for the College Football Playoff Semifinal matchup from Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta is set for 4 p.m. ET. The Tigers are 13-0 in a season for the second time in school history and 7-2 against the spread in their last nine contests versus teams with a winning record. The Sooners (12-1) aim to end a two-game slide in the College Football Playoff semifinals after falling to Alabama and Georgia the last two years.
The Tigers are 13.5-point favorites, up from an open of 11, and the over-under for total points scored is a sky-high 76 in the latest Oklahoma vs. LSU odds. You’ll want to see the latest college football predictions from the SportsLine Projection Model before entering any LSU vs. Oklahoma picks of your own.
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When you finish with 201 more yards than your opponent like LSU did three weeks ago, a favorable outcome is almost sure to follow. They blew past the Georgia Bulldogs 37-10. LSU’s QB Joe Burrow was on fire, passing for four TDs and 349 passing yards on 38 attempts in addition to picking up 41 yards on the ground.
Meanwhile, it may have taken overtime to finish the job, but Oklahoma ultimately got the result they were hoping for three weeks ago. They won 30-23 over the Baylor Bears. The Sooners’ WR CeeDee Lamb filled up the stat sheet, catching eight passes for 173 yards.
Their wins bumped the Tigers to 13-0 and the Sooners to 12-1. A pair of offensive stats to keep an eye on: The Tigers come into the contest boasting the most passing touchdowns in the nation at 49. The Sooners have displayed some offensive firepower of their own as they rank second in the nation when it comes to yards per game, with 554.2 on average. We’ll find out if either of these strengths ends up making the difference in the game.
How To Watch
When: Saturday at 4 p.m. ET
Where: Mercedes-Benz Stadium — Atlanta, Georgia
Follow: CBS Sports App
Ticket Cost: $419.15