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No. 14 LSU (1-1) opens up SEC play Saturday morning on the road vs. Mississippi State (2-0). Kickoff from Davis Wade Stadium in Starkville is set for 11 a.m. CT on ESPN.

The Tigers are coming off a 72-10 win over Grambling last weekend, while the Bulldogs grinded out a 31-24 overtime win.

LSU's all-time record vs. Mississippi State is 77-36-3, with the Tigers winning four of the last five vs. the Bulldogs.

Now we ask you... how do you see Saturday's game unfolding?

Line: LSU -9.5
O/U: 54.5

What will be the outcome of the LSU/Mississippi State game?
LSU wins by 10-19 points
40.2%
LSU wins by less than 10 points
37.0%
Mississippi State wins by less than 10 points
9.4%
LSU wins by 20+ points
9.0%
Mississippi State wins by 10-19 points
2.4%
Mississippi State wins by 20+ points
2.0%
Total votes: 3158Poll Closed
Filed Under: LSU Football

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35 Comments
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bluebuck17 months
BK is that guy! The team came together. LSU was the most dominant SEC team, this weekend.
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Jwils7 months
Changed my vote to 20+ after the first quarter lol
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1947LSUFreshman7 months

We will have a very good idea what we’ll see, good or bad, the rest of the season. If it’s good, it will absolutely get better; it it’s bad, it’ll only get worst.
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TDFreak7 months
CBK is going to KICK SOME BUTTS!
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TommyDaTiger7 months
Larry is obviously tabulating the votes here as the total percentage comes to 100.1%. I demand a recount!!!!!!!
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bluebuck17 months
LSU 45 MSU 24
New groups of players take a variable amount of time to gel. The embarrassment of the second half of the FSU and first quarter of the GSU game is enough meeting room footage to show talented guys their play stunk and that is not why they came to LSU. They’ll be better. BK is that guy!
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Poboytom7 months
Almost 26 people picked Bulldogs by over 20. Dam can't be Tiger fans
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TommyDaTiger7 months
Fahget about it and go eat Poboy!
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oleheat7 months
LSU's plan of late is scheduling a tough game to open the season before they know who they are, because money apparently means more than titles. State simply isn't that good. LSU is starting to get their momentum going, which is bad news for State. LSU 38, State 20
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TommyDaTiger7 months
Did the aliens tell you that?
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Woodman7 months
Let the youth in the defensive backfield grow up quickly to aid some terrific stops in the second half. The transfers (aside from Harris) can be backups.
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RightWingTiger7 months
LSU 34
MSU 24
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JackieTreehorn7 months
LSU 38
MSU 35
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marooners are gonna make them quit…
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Tigermite7 months
Morning game. On the road. We’ll probably play like shite
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1947LSUFreshman7 months
If the old adage that defense wins championship is fairly reliable we’d best get with it.
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Vernonbrew227 months
Will be a tough first half on the road. My guess is the Tigers will stick to the plan and win by two TDS.
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ImBatman7 months
Can Jayden Daniels complete a pass?
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TigersOnTop4Ever7 months
Can the WRs catch a pass? GTFOH clown
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RightWingTiger7 months
He can throw it to em but he can’t catch it for em!!

Nuss can throw it 2 himself & catch it!!
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ImBatman7 months
@TigerOnTop4Ever... Lol, he's got to throw the ball first dumbass!
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CanebreakCajun7 months
LSU 337 Cowbells 3
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SouthernInsanity7 months
Our fans are acting like moo state has played two teams with a pulse. They beat SLU and it took OT to beat Arizona. Hell, i think moo state gave the Arizona QB the game ball. I hate the early kickoff but i think LSU wins by double digits.
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3PieceSpicy7 months
It’s not as if MSU can’t play a little bit better. I wouldn’t ignore that part.
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Woodman7 months
Arizona gave that game away. Had the momentum to win in regulation and settled for the tying FG killing the clock where they could have got off likely two more plays in regulation.
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TigersOnTop4Ever7 months
We can't stop the pass, then we couldn't stop the run... our only chance is out score them. 38-34... perk seals with a late strip sack, the momentum turns in our favor for the rest of season
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RightWingTiger7 months
FSU didn't run the ball on LSUs D but that may have had more to do with LSU CBs being roasted by the WRs.

Grambling ran the ball well on their first 3 possessions but after House went to a 4-3 from his base 3-4 Grambling couldn’t & didn’t run the ball effectively (or pass it).
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Tigerbait87 months
This game outside of 2013 and 2019 is historically a low scoring ugly game. 21-20 tigers, lot of griping but we do enough to survive on the road in starkvegas.
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