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For the first time in five years, LSU and Tennessee will match up against one another in Baton Rouge on Saturday. The last time these teams played each other both ranked within the top twenty-five it was 2007, which means we are in for one hell of a game. Tennessee’s high-flying offense is more explosive than the Chelsea Manning footage. The Vols average 48.5 points per game, they are first in the nation in yards per game, and have yet to be shut down on a trip to the Red Zone. Quarterback Hendon Hooker continues to climb up the Heisman rankings, currently sitting third on ESPN’s leaderboard, and he finished their last game against Florida with 461 all-purpose yards. While Hooker’s favorite receiver, Cedric Tillman, will most likely be sidelined until the Alabama game, the Vols still have more weapons than a Kyle Rittenhouse shopping spree. Jaylen Wright and Jabari Small lead a fantastic running game, and they have no shortage of four and five-star recruits in their receiving core. From Bru McCoy to Jalin Hyatt could catch just about anything- hell, they could probably even catch an STD from a Mormon. But the Vols’ defense…it doesn’t match their prolific offense. After losing some critical secondary players with the exit of Jeremy Pruitt, Tennessee is easier to score on than a single Mom at the corner of an Applebees on half-priced apps night. The Vols are giving up 407 yards per game, with 309 coming from the air.
LSU has been exciting this year because we never know what we will get. A Tigers secondary that was supposed to be in a rebuilding year only allows 184.6 passing yards per contest. University of Louisiana transfer Mekhi Garner has the highest PFF grade of all cornerbacks in the SEC. And their defensive line? Following another big performance, BJ Ojulari was named SEC Defensive Linemen of the Week. Ojulari has received this honor in the last two games he has played, earning it for his performance against Mississippi State in Week three. Ojulari has 18 pressures and six sacks on the year despite only playing three games. The Tigers can put more pressure on a quarterback than a first-generation Asian American puts on their child around SAT time. LSU is the inverse of Tennessee in that they have all the confidence in the world in their defense, but not much in their quarterback. While Jayden Daniels hasn’t been bad, he hasn’t been great. Last week at Auburn, he only had eighty yards through the air, causing him to run sixteen times. He also hasn’t done a great job getting on the same page as future first-round pick Kayshon Boutte, who has less than 100 yards on the year. Vegas likes Tennessee -2.5, and I think Tennessee might win by a touchdown. As great as LSU’s secondary has been, Hendon Hooker has been the best player in college football this year. While the Vols’ defense is weak, Jayden Daniels is no Cam Newton. I trust Tennessee’s offense to put up points more than I trust LSU’s defense to hold the Vols tooth and nail. Hendon Hooker will live up to his last name and get the job done. Take the Vols to win with your free bet up to $1,250!