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In week eight of college football, undefeated Ole Miss travels to Louisiana to take on the 5-2 LSU Tigers in a grit game that will test Mississippi’s 7-0 team against an unranked but still very dangerous LSU squad. The Tigers’ two losses came first in week one in a wild finish against FSU and two weeks ago in a blow out 13-40 defeat to the number three overall Tennessee Vols. Ole Miss, on the other hand, hasn’t lost yet, and they’re two weeks away from their closest game of the season, a 22-19 win against the number nineteen ranked Kentucky Wildcats. Jayden Daniels showed he’s back in action after scoring six touchdowns last week in a 45-35 win against Florida. Jaxson Dart has been great this season, but six interceptions through seven games is a frightening stat-line against an LSU team that has really come together under their transfer quarterback who has limited his picks to just one so far this season. It’s a big game for a ranked squad like Ole Miss who are fighting to keep a spot in top team conversations, but it’s even bigger for LSU who need a win here to solidify themselves as a team to beat in the 2022 season.
Right now, Vegas likes the Tigers by a slim margin of 1.5 points against the Rebels. It’s LSU at home, so a little bit of favorite makes sense at a school that lives and breathes for Saturday game day. At the same time, though, Ole Miss hasn’t won by fewer than ten points to any team that wasn’t ranked, so them being the underdogs in this game is somewhat of a shock. The bottom line for this game, though, is that Jayden Daniels has been absolutely phenomenal so far this year. He’s got more than 1,500 yards in the air and over 400 yards on the ground – which makes him the rushing leader on his team by almost 200 yards. The dude is a monster, and the way this team is trending combined with a home advantage makes me feel very good about LSU. This is going to be the week that the Rebels fall for the first time this season, so bet on the Tigers moneyline and get your free $200 from DraftKings!