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Opening kickoff for this SEC vs Big 12 showdown is scheduled for just after 9 p.m. on the east (6 p.m. PDT) and 2013 college football fans can watch it live on ESPN following the conclusion of the Alabama-Virginia Tech battle.
In addition, the World Wide Leader will also host a free LSU vs TCU (football) live stream feed from the newly-named AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, so visit ESPN-3 and/or Watch ESPN for more details and blackout restrictions.
LSU Tigers (No.12): After losing nine players to the NFL draft – a record for the LSU football program – and with a brutal 2013 college football schedule ahead, the Tigers desperately need a good start out of the gate.
Over the last several years, Les Miles has hung his hat on his teams’ defensive talents, which ranked eighth best in the country in 2012.
However, with so many divots left from last season, a slight change in Louisiana State’s scheme is not only likely, but also needed in order to succeed this season.
While most of the departing players composed one of the best defenses in the NCAA, Miles still has plenty of pieces to play with on the other side of the football.
With (QB) Zach Mettenberger, (RB) Jeremy Hill and (WRs) Jarvis Landry and Odell Beckham Jr. returning, LSU has the potential to become one of the most explosive offenses in all of college football in 2013.
TCU Horned Frogs (No.20): For the Horned Frogs, while the success they enjoyed as members of the MWC didn’t exactly transfer over in their first season in the Big 12.
Nevertheless, TCU fans hope to get back to their winning ways with the return of quarterback Casey Pachall in 2013.
After withdrawing from the program to attend rehab, Pachall is (presumably) back under center at Texas Christian, and many are already dubbing him the best signal-caller in the Big 12.
While Patterson will announce tonight’s starter before kickoff, everyone suspects it’ll be No. 4 rather than Trevone Boykin who gets the nod versus LSU’s defense. How will Pachall perform in his first game back at TCU?
According to NCAA football 2013 oddsmakers, the LSU Tigers are listed as betting favorites by two field goals over the hosting TCU Horned Frogs [+6] tonight, while the OVER/UNDER is set at a combined total of 49½ points.
General Consensus (ATS & OVER/UNDER):
- LSU Tigers: 66 percent (1780-926)
- TCU Horned Frogs: 34 percent (926-1780)
- OVER 49½ points: 57 percent (553-970)
- UNDER 49½ points: 43 percent (970-553)
ATS Betting Trends:
- LSU Tigers are 3-7 in its last 10 games overall.
- TCU Horned Frogs are 2-5 in its last 7 games overall.
- TCU Horned Frogs are 0-6 in its last 6 neutral site games.
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