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LSU odds to win the 2019 College Football Playoff National Championship are 25/1.


The Tigers finished the 2017-2018 season at third in the SEC West with a 9-4, 6-2 SEC record and a loss to Notre Dame in the Citrus Bowl.

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...so you’re saying there’s a chance?
Reply39 months
Way to high with these coordinator hirers.
Reply39 months
No As long as saban is still at bama I doubt lsu makes the playoffs to even have a chance
Reply39 months
I'm a huge fan of LSU GEAUX TIGERS, but that ALABAMA team looks nasty last night. If LSU can't developed a good qb, and establish a good game plan vs BAMA, they are done. Let see what happen this year. I have been waiting 6 yrs, to see LSU beat BAMA.....
39 months
No, and that’s the best season Zero will see at LSU.
Reply39 months
These people are nuts, no way
Reply39 months
no
Reply39 months
Did these odds factor in our latest and greatest hire... I mean... promotion?
Reply39 months
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In 2003 no one projected LSU to make a run for the city limits!!! "much less a national title 2003 vs OU. This group in south Louisiana (French-Spanish sub culture) seems to relish this role. However with corruption aplenty in the SEC office based in Birmingham, Alabama? This entire discussion is quite frankly pointless!
Reply39 months
Your style of writing matches your username.
39 months
Conspiracies a plenty...
39 months
are you thinking 2003 LSU (and staff) vs. 2017 LSU (and staff) is really a valid comparison?
39 months
Too high! 99/1
Reply39 months
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