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The Arkansas Razorbacks fell flat on their face against the Florida Gators last week, but memory of that harsh loss doesn’t seem to have tripped them up today. Either squad is in a position to win, but Arkansas leads against the LSU Tigers 7-3. The Razorbacks have been led by WR Treylon Burks, who so far has caught three passes for one TD and 76 yards.
Arkansas has been riding high on the performance of Burks, who has caught three passes for one TD and 76 yards. One of the most thrilling moments was Burks’ 65-yard TD reception in the first quarter.
Both Arkansas and LSU suffered losses in their previous contests, but Arkansas is closer to making up for it this week. Arkansas will have to keep the pressure on with three quarters left to go.
LSU @ Arkansas
Current Records: LSU 2-3; Arkansas 3-4
What to Know
The LSU Tigers are 4-1 against the Arkansas Razorbacks since November of 2015, and they’ll have a chance to extend that success Saturday. LSU’s week off comes to an end as they meet up with Arkansas at noon ET at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium. Both of these teams will be looking for a pick-me-up after considerable defeats in their previous games.
LSU was pulverized by the Auburn Tigers 48-11 three weeks ago. LSU was down 42-3 at the end of the third quarter, which was just too much to recover from. No one had a standout game offensively for LSU, but they got scores from WR Kayshon Boutte and QB Max Johnson.
Meanwhile, the oddsmakers predicted a rough game for the Razorbacks last week, and boy were they were right. They ended up on the wrong side of a painful 63-35 walloping at the Florida Gators’ hands. Arkansas was in a tough position by the half, with the score already sitting at 35-14. Their loss shouldn’t obscure the performances of RB Trelon Smith, who rushed for one TD and 118 yards on eight carries, and WR Mike Woods, who caught two passes for two TDs and 129 yards. This was the first time Smith has racked up 100+ rushing yards all year.
This next matchup is expected to be close, with LSU going off at just a 1-point favorite. Those burned by picking them against the spread three weeks ago might want to keep in mind that the squad has not yet dropped back-to-back games against the spread this season.
Both of these teams will be looking to put their recent losses behind them and walk away with a victory. LSU has been dynamite on the offensive side of the ball, averaging 35.80 points per game. We’ll see if Arkansas can find some way to disarm them.
How To Watch
- When: Saturday at 12 p.m. ET
- Where: Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium — Fayetteville, Arkansas
- TV: SEC Network
- Online streaming: fuboTV (Try for free. Regional restrictions may apply.)
- Follow: CBS Sports App
- Ticket Cost: $91.00
The Tigers are a slight 1-point favorite against the Razorbacks, according to the latest college football odds.
The line on this game has moved a bit since it opened, as it started out with the Razorbacks as a 1.5-point favorite.
LSU have won four out of their last five games against Arkansas.
- Nov 23, 2019 – LSU 56 vs. Arkansas 20
- Nov 10, 2018 – LSU 24 vs. Arkansas 17
- Nov 11, 2017 – LSU 33 vs. Arkansas 10
- Nov 12, 2016 – LSU 38 vs. Arkansas 10
- Nov 14, 2015 – Arkansas 31 vs. LSU 14