LSU Tigers vs. Arkansas Razorbacks: College Football Week 12 Betting Odds and Predictions

LSU Tigers vs. Arkansas Razorbacks
Saturday, 11/15/14, 8:00 PM EST
Opening Point Spread:  Arkansas -1
Current Betting Line:  Arkansas -2
Opening Total:  50
Current Total:  45
Odds Courtesy of Bookmaker

The Arkansas Razorbacks have two of the best running backs in the SEC
The Arkansas Razorbacks have two of the best running backs in the SEC

LSU will look to bounce back from a 20-13 overtime defeat to the Alabama Crimson Tide as 6.5-point home underdogs last week, while going UNDER the betting total for the third consecutive contest.  The Tigers are 25-1 SU following a SU loss under head coach Les Miles, which is important to consider when making your Week 12 college football predictions, as their defense has allowed just two touchdowns in regulation in their last three Southeastern Conference games.  LSU is 1-5 SU and 2-3-1 ATS as an underdog since the start of the 2012 campaign.

The Tigers are 45-4 SU when having a running back finish with 100 or more yards during the Miles era, which can’t be ignored when looking over the college football betting lines.  LSU quarterback Anthony Jennings is 8-2 SU as a starter during his time on campus in Baton Rouge, including wins in seven of nine games this year.  True freshman have scored 18 of the team’s 37 offensive touchdowns.

Arkansas is ready to rekindle the Battle for the Boot rivalry in Fayetteville, as the squad has dropped four of its last five games, including a 17-10 defeat to the Mississippi State Bulldogs as 10-point road underdogs on Nov. 1.  The Razorbacks are the only team in the country with two players to rush for 800-plus yards, with Jonathan Williams ranking fourth in the SEC with 877 yards, while Alex Collins checks in with a figure of 840.  Arkansas is 3-0 SUATS as favorites this season.

The Razorbacks have played one of the toughest schedules in the country, as their opponents put together a combined 103-54 SU mark a season ago.  Arkansas will need to maintain balance offensively with Brandon Allen under center, but he’s thrown for 199-plus yards in his last six games.  He has completed 50 percent of his passes or better in his last 12 games on the field.  It’s important to point out that the offense line averages 328.4 pounds per player—the largest figure in football.

Sports bettors will likely back the Razorbacks due to their 6-1 ATS mark in the last seven meetings in this series.

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