Public Tailing Missouri, Best Bet is Over 65.0-Point Total

  • The Missouri Tigers are 4.0-point home underdogs to the LSU Tigers in Week 6.
  • There are -110 odds for the total to go over 65.0 points on Saturday.
  • Brady Cook has -115 odds to go over 274.5 passing yards against LSU.

COLUMBIA, Mo. – An SEC battle of the tigers favors LSU by 4.0 points against Missouri on the road. No. 21 Missouri is 5-0 while No. 21 LSU is 3-2.

The public is betting on Mizzou at sportsbooks that accept US players as a disrespected home underdog.

Missouri Tigers Vs LSU Tigers Betting Lines

Team Spread Moneyline Total
LSU -4.0 (-115) -195 O65.0 (-110)
Missouri +4.0 (-105) +165 U65.0 (-110)

LSU opened as a 6.5-point favorite and are now down to a 4.0-point favorite. The total increased from 62.5 to 65.0 points.

Public betting numbers at Missouri online sportsbooks favor Missouri with 74% of spread bets and 64% of moneyline wagers. Regardless of the winner, the best bet is on the over at 65.0 points.

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Overs are 5-0 in LSU games and 4-1 in Missouri games this season. LSU averages 44.0 points per game and has an average total of 86.5 points against ranked opponents.

Brady Cook’s Projection Oddly Low

Missouri quarterback Brady Cook’s projected for 274.5 passing yards at college football sportsbooks on Saturday. LSU averages 365.5 passing yards allowed to quarterbacks on ranked teams.

Brady Cook Passing Yards Prop

  • Over 274.5 Passing Yards -115
  • Under 274.5 Passing Yards -115

Cook had 341 or more passing yards in three consecutive starts. His only two games under 274.5 passing yards this season game against Middle Tennessee State and South Dakota; two games where Cook threw less than 22 pass attempts.