The LSU Tigers (2-1, 1-0 SEC) will try to continue their three-game winning streak when they take the field against the No. 23 Auburn Tigers (2-1, 0-0 SEC). The LSU Tigers () welcome the Auburn Tigers ( on the moneyline to win) on October 2, 2021 at 9:00 PM ET. Sportsbooks have listed the contest’s over/under at .
Before you place a bet on this game, check out this article for the best available odds and everything else you need to know about the matchup — from key metrics and player stats to betting trends and more.
The betting insights in this article reflect betting data from DraftKings as of September 26, 2021, 12:00 AM ET. See table below for current betting odds and CLICK HERE to bet at DraftKings Sportsbook.
LSU Vs. Auburn Betting Odds
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LSU Offense Vs. Auburn Defense
|LSU Tigers Offense||Stats (Rank)||Auburn Tigers Defense|
|36.7 (40)||Points/Gm||12.7 (13)|
|389.7 (75)||Yards/Gm||250.0 (15)|
|303.3 (19)||Pass Yards/Gm||207.7 (68)|
|86.3 (120)||Rush Yards/Gm||42.3 (2)|
|7.5 (69)||Yards/Pass||7.0 (72)|
|3.0 (120)||Yards/Rush||1.3 (1)|
|38.1% (79)||3rd Down %||30.8% (34)|
|2 (25)||Turnovers||3 (70)|
|3 (39)||Sacks||8 (11)|
Auburn Offense Vs. LSU Defense
|Auburn Offense||Stats (Rank)||LSU Defense|
|47.3 (2)||Points/Gm||22.0 (63)|
|505.7 (19)||Yards/Gm||298.7 (36)|
|218.7 (73)||Pass Yards/Gm||193.0 (52)|
|287.0 (7)||Rush Yards/Gm||105.7 (38)|
|7.7 (66)||Yards/Pass||7.7 (94)|
|7.8 (1)||Yards/Rush||2.6 (17)|
|58.8% (3)||3rd Down %||39.6% (80)|
|2 (25)||Turnovers||3 (70)|
|1 (10)||Sacks||9 (5)|
When LSU Has The Ball
- The Auburn Tigers defense ranks first on a per-carry basis, giving up 1.3 yards per rushing attempt. The LSU Tigers average 3.0 yards per carry (120th in the FBS).
- LSU’s 86.3 rushing yards per game is good for 120th in the FBS. Auburn’s defense allows 42.3 on the ground (second in college football).
- The LSU Tigers’ offense is 75th in college football averaging 389.7 yards per game, while the Auburn Tigers rank 15th in yards allowed (250.0).
- LSU averages 303.3 passing yards per game (19th in the FBS) compared to the 207.7 per game Auburn allows (68th in college football).
When Auburn Has The Ball
- The Auburn Tigers are third in the FBS in third-down percentage (58.8%) and will be up against the 80th-ranked LSU Tigers defense in that category (39.6%).
- Auburn’s second-ranked scoring offense puts up 47.3 points per game. LSU has the 63rd-ranked scoring defense (22.0 ppg).
- The LSU Tigers rank 70th in college football with three turnovers forced, while the Auburn Tigers have committed two (25th).
- Auburn’s running game ranks seventh in the FBS (287.0 yards per game), while LSU allows 105.7 per game (38th-ranked run defense).
LSU Betting Trends And Insights
- LSU has covered once in three chances against the spread this season.
- The LSU Tigers have covered the spread once when favored by 3.5 points or more this season (in three opportunities).
- LSU’s games have hit the over once this season.
- In two games this season, LSU and its opponents have combined to total more than 54 points.
- The LSU Tigers have been listed as the moneyline favorite just two other times so far this season, and they split the two games.
Auburn Betting Trends And Insights
- Auburn has a record of 2-1-0 against the spread this year.
- The Auburn Tigers have not covered the spread this year (0-1 ATS) when playing as at least 3.5-point underdogs.
- So far this season, two of Auburn’s games have gone over the point total.
- Auburn has combined with its opponent to score more than 54 points only twice this season.
- The Auburn Tigers lost the only game they’ve played as the underdog this season.
LSU Players To Watch
- Max Johnson leads the team with 863 passing yards (287.7 yards per game) and has a 64.8% completion percentage this year (70-of-108) while throwing 11 touchdowns with two interceptions.
- Corey Kiner has run for a team-high 130 yards on 23 carries (65.0 yards per game) and two touchdowns.
- Tyrion Davis-Price has 72 yards on 27 carries (24.0 ypg).
- Jack Bech has 10 catches, leading his team with 155 yards (51.7 ypg) while scoring one touchdown this season.
- Deion Smith has contributed with 148 yards (on seven catches) and two touchdowns.
- Trey Palmer has caught 10 passes for 77 yards and one touchdown, averaging 38.5 yards per game this year.
Auburn Players To Watch
- Bo Nix leads his team with 568 passing yards (189.3 per game) and has a 65.8% completion percentage (50-of-76), throwing five touchdown passes and zero interceptions. He also has 59 rushing yards on 11 carries, averaging 19.7 yards per game.
- Tank Bigsby has picked up a team-best 343 rushing yards (114.3 per game) and four touchdowns.
- Jarquez Hunter has 320 yards on 26 carries (106.7 ypg), with two rushing touchdowns.
- This season Kobe Hudson has eight receptions for a team-high 121 receiving yards (40.3 per game) and one touchdown.
- Demetris Robertson has also added 112 yards on 11 catches and two touchdowns. He puts up 37.3 receiving yards per game this year.
- This season John Samuel Shenker is averaging 36.0 yards per game, with 11 catches for 108 yards.
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