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The line initially opened at -3 in favor of the Tigers from Baton Rouge, but the line has since shifted up to -5.5 in favor of Ed Orgeron’s squad. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)
Below is a live look at my reaction to all the people jumping on the LSU line without thinking about it at all.
As I’ve said before, LSU might end up beating Clemson. I have a few more days to dig into the data, but anybody who thinks Ed Oregon and company will roll Dabo Swinney’s squad is an idiot.
This is going to be a brutal fight. It’s going to go punch for punch. LSU isn’t playing Oklahoma anymore. They’re playing Trevor Lawrence.
I haven’t bet on this game yet, but I might have to smash Clemson at +5.5. It almost would seem foolish not to at this point.
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