Chris Parent (@chrisparent)/LSU Athletics
LSU's win total projection for the 2020 season is 9.6, according to ESPN's FPI Rankings.

Here's a breakdown of all the SEC win projections, per ESPN:

Alabama – 10.9
Georgia – 10.2
Florida – 9.7
LSU – 9.6
Auburn – 9.1
Texas A&M – 8.9
Kentucky – 7.0
Tennessee – 6.3
Ole Miss – 6.1
Missouri – 6.0
South Carolina – 5.8
Arkansas – 5.0
Mississippi State – 4.6
Vanderbilt – 3.2

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Really wish tiger droppings would post all Of these along with the same projections that ESPN made last year. Does anyone recall how many wins espn predicted us to have in 2019 preseason?
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lol, Florida
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No respect, just the way we like it!
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What game will we win 6/10ths of?
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That’s hilarious. Literally lol’n
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Oh come on we're going to win 11 games
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Aggies can't ever catch a break even with the weaker schedule this yr
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Stopped reading at ESPN FPI! Such a joke
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So the libtards aren’t taking football away?
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What does that even mean. Why would a political party want to take away football in an election year, sounds like career suicide to me.
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No but the Conservatards are spreading virus
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A&M under is free $$$
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Look at their schedule. It’s garabge
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Damn they could lose to LSU, Bama AND Auburn and get to 9. OM or the pigs need to get it together for that game.
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No way, I'd go over for them and us. We can win ten
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It all starts with that Texas game. If we win that, I think you’re looking at 10-2. I think we will lose to Bama, then either AUB/FLA, but not both.
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Bama has no defense and they lost Tua and don’t have to defend too many playmakers this year like in 2018 and 2019 our defense is gon be almost like 2011 under the coaching of Bo Pelini so I don’t see how we can lose to Bama unless they bring their SEC officiating crew from Birmingham lol Geaux Tigers #repeatszn2020 ????????
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Last years team had the greatest season this sport has ever seen and is still probably ranked 5th in ESPNs FPI rankings.
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Love how Bama gets 10 wins after losing Tua! Do they have a QB like we do waiting to take over? IMO NO! ESPN need too get off their knees and leave T town. I can see how UGA get to 10 with the weak East but I'm not seeing the Bama W/L record.
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Sorry to say, I think bama’s QB is gonna be good.
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You poor thing
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Yea we waiting for Mac Jones if he played against us in the Bama game back in November the score woulda been LSU 46 Bama 13 lol he nowhere close to Tua’s level of accuracy if we shite down their run game which I can see it with Pelini’s defense then we force an inaccurate passer under pressure to make a living passing and it ain’t gon work on the DBU
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One thing about ESPN's ridiculous FPI is it is always wrong. In fact, ESPN's FPI is the biggest joke in college football. One has to wonder why they even continue to use that garbage, as all it does is destroy the credibility of their network.
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Last year was evidence of that. It had a 2 loss Bama team, that mind you obviously lost to LSU, still ahead of LSU. Such a joke.
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More accurate than the last O/U I saw put out
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Looking at LSU’s player losses and LSU is still at 9.6 is great. But the schedule is tolerable especially early on so the team can easily be at its normal high caliber of play by the Florida game. Texas is still the key though early on.
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I want to say low but I can get it, we play bama, florida and Texas
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Yea, we see how accurate the ESPN FPI is.... What a bunch of shite.
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It’s usually pretty accurate. It’ll be LSU and Bama for the west and we both have very different teams from last year. Should be fun.
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I've said this before, but I did a little test of the fpi for future gambling purposes, they do a pretty good job actually. It's nice to have something that can't be effected by emotion, computers aren't fans of anyone, it's a formula and it's not bad
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Maybe for gambling purposes, but let's not fool ourselves, ESPN would use that to justify letting Alabama back door again, even if they did not earn it on the field. I don't give a shite what the FPI says, playoff spots should be decided from those who actually earn it (ya know, like conference champs). Stop making it a beauty contest.
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