Few would argue that No. 2 Georgia’s biggest test of the season awaits in Baton Rouge on Saturday. The Bulldogs are set to take on No. 13 LSU, a team that is battle-tested after facing three ranked opponents, two on the road and one at a neutral site.
The Bulldogs opened as the seven-point favorite according to VegasInsider.com and that line has ticked up to 7.5 points since. Kirby Smart’s crew comes in having won every game by 14 points or more while averaging 42.8 points per game and just over 485 yards per contest.
LSU, against stiffer competition as noted, is putting up an average of 31.3 points per game and just over 392 yards. Based on those number, Georgia seems to have a clear advantage but the game isn’t played on paper.