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LSU (5-2, 3-1 SEC) returns to Tiger Stadium on Saturday to face No. 7 Ole Miss (7-0, 3-0 SEC). Kickoff is set for 2:30 pm CT on CBS.

The Rebels opened up as a 2.5-favorite, but the line has flipped in favor of the Tigers with LSU as a 2-point favorite, according to ESPN/Ceasars.

The over/under is currently 68 points.

LSU's all-time record vs. Ole Miss is 64-42-4. The Rebels won last year's meeting in Oxford 31-17. Preview, per

The Tigers are coming off their most complete performance of the season last weekend against Florida as quarterback Jayden Daniels accounted for six touchdowns – three passing and three rushing – to top the Gators 45-35, marking LSU’s 10th victory over Florida in 13 contests.

Kayshon Boutte highlighted a big night for the receivers, recording a team-leading six catches for 115 yards. Jaray Jenkins and Brian Thomas Jr. both caught just two passes a piece, but their impact was large, tallying 67 yards and a touchdown and 31 yards and a touchdown, respectively. The group garnered 349 yards receiving with three total touchdowns.

“I thought they were confident and they maintained that throughout the game even though there was some adversity,” LSU Head Coach Brian Kelly said on Monday. “They kept their emotions in check. The sideline was excellent. Proud of our football team in the way they handled themselves.”
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What a GREAT SEC Nation show this morning from LSU. Clark and Spears and the regulars kicked azz today. BK ought to show the end of that show before they take the field today!
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