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Sixteen ESPN College Football reporters put in their picks for the biggest games this weekend which includes LSU's matchup vs. No. 2 Georgia.

All but two of the reporters are picking Georgia to win. Here are the score predictions:

Andrea Adelson:
Georgia wins 27-21

Joel Anderson:
Georgia wins 27-23

Edward Aschoff:
Georgia wins 27-14

Kyle Bonagura:
Georgia wins 31-21

Heather Dinich:
LSU wins 24-21

David M. Hale:
Georgia wins 24-17

Sam Khan Jr.:
Georgia wins 27-17

Chris Low:
Georgia wins 28-24

Ivan Maisel:
Georgia wins 24-17

Ryan McGee:
Georgia wins 27-17

Dan Murphy:
Georgia wins 38-28

Adam Rittenberg:
Georgia wins 20-16

Alex Scarborough:
LSU wins 31-30

Mark Schlabach:
Georgia wins 24-17

Mitch Sherman:
Georgia wins 24-17

Jake Trotter:
Georgia wins 24-12

Tom VanHaaren:
Georgia wins 24-17

For those keeping track at home, LSU is usually in good shape when ESPN picks against the Tigers.

Kickoff between LSU-Georgia is 2:30 pm CT on CBS.
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Comments

11 Comments
Take your glasses off. LSU gets routed. They aren’t good just like the shite administration and HC Georgia 31 LSU 13
Reply2 months
I hope you bet your life savings on UGA. Dumbass.
2 months
Blind your name is apropos. Blind. You missed. Badly.
2 months
Take your glasses off. LSU gets routed. They aren’t good just like the shite administration and HC Georgia 31 LSU 13
Reply2 months
So tell me again how bad LSU and Orgeron are. STFU.
2 months
Love it!
Reply2 months
Nobody has a clue. In the wise words of the most adorable Doris Day, "que sera, sera".
Reply2 months
Didn’t LSU prove them wrong last week?
Reply2 months
Thank you ...now I’m 100% sure of the victory...
Reply2 months
I know. ESPN always gifts us with their insightful predictions. They are SO smart.
2 months
I know. ESPN always gifts us with their insightful predictions. They are SO smart.
2 months
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