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It’s the school that gave us Livvy Dune versus the school that gave us Jameis Winston, both of whom I have unconditional love for. Everybody and their mother is confused as to why LSU is only a three-point favorite, considering they are a better team and it’s a pseudo home game at the Superdome, but let’s not overthink it. LSU has a receiving core so good that those guys could catch an STD from a Mormon, they got three stud offensive linemen in the transfer portal, and a secondary that struggled at times last year will be much better this season. Florida State has some playmakers on both sides of the ball, but they aren’t anything like the teams from the early 2010s. Brian Kelly comes into this season with all the pressure in the world, a feeling he’s inevitably used to coming from Notre Dame. If Kelly wants to win over Louisiana, he will have to do it with a statement win rather than an accent.
A player I’m really excited to see go off for the Tigers is Kayshon Boutte. If he’s completely healed from last year’s ankle injury, he will be one of the best receivers in the country. We don’t know who will be throwing the ball for LSU, but I think the right answer is Arizona State transfer Jayden Daniels, who racked up 6,025 yards, 32 touchdowns and 13 interceptions in twenty-nine games for the Sun Devils. After one game against Duquesne, a fake school, I’m excited to see what the Tigers will do against an unproven FSU secondary. Take LSU and take your free $200 from DraftKings!