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Matt House might not have a house in the Baton Rouge area much longer because that was a surreal coaching performance on Saturday, and some athletic directors will be calling soon. LSU has a talented defense, but House’s game plan to scheme a ton of pressure while keeping seven in coverage was just the right level of aggressiveness to play against Mississippi State’s air-raid attack. House, along with Jay Ward, BJ Ojulari, and Harold Perkins, who combined for three sacks and five and a half tackles for loss, made Will Rogers look like Uncle Rico. On offense, Jayden Daniels continues to shine. Daniels went twenty-two of thirty-seven for 210 yards, with one passing TD, and almost 100 yards on the ground with a rushing score. Malik Nabers was possibly the star of the night, bringing in six catches to the tune of seventy-six yards. When this LSU receiving core gets going, these guys look like they could catch almost anything…even an STD at BYU.
New Mexico is averaging twenty-seven points per contest, and their running game looked about as dangerous as a lobotomy against UTEP, combining for just shy of 200 yards. The Lobos will base most of their attack on running the ball because New Mexico quarterback Miles Kendrick is not very good. By that, I mean this guy probably couldn’t even pass you your car keys. The Lobos’ defense is what keeps them in games. New Mexico can put more pressure on a quarterback than a first-generation Asian American puts on their child around ACT time and create a lot of turnovers. I expect Jayden Daniels to possibly struggle with this in the first quarter, as their entire defensive attack is focused on terrorizing the quarterback. New Mexico isn’t a bad team, but LSU has won fifty-nine of their last sixty non-conference home games. The difference in talent is wide, and after the first quarter, I fully expect LSU’s offense to figure the Lobos’ game plan out. New Mexico will blitz like hell, so this game will be chock-full of exciting plays to Malik Nabers and Kayshon Boutte. Vegas likes LSU -30.5, and the Tigers will cover that with ease. Take LSU to cover and win, and be sure to get your free $200 from BetMGM when a TD is scored!