Arkansas Razorback Football: Picks against LSU

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The Arkansas Razorbacks are scheduled to play the LSU Tigers this Saturday in the hogs first 11 o’clock kick off of the season.

The Arkansas Razorbacks are now 3-4 on the season, which is much improved from last year. The hogs actually have more SEC wins this year, than the last two combined. But we don’t have to get into a Chad Morris discussion.

The LSU Tigers are coming off of a National Championship last year, but are not having the season they had hoped for. They lost 14 of their starters from last year, which is more than any championship who is going into their next season, from the past 15 years.

LSU started the season ranked number six in the country, and rightfully so with their championship last year. However, in week one they would fall to Mississippi State. Of course, the Tigers would go on to beat Vanderbilt the following week.

LSU is 2-3 this year, with their two wins coming from the Commodores, and the South Carolina Gamecocks. Their three losses have came at the hands of Mississippi State, Missouri, and Auburn. They could potentially have two more losses added to that list, but in a way—the pandemic got them out of those.

In week four the Tigers were scheduled to play the Florida Gators, but the game was canceled due to a COVID-19 situation. And same goes for last week, when LSU was scheduled to play number one in the country Alabama.

Now LSU has gone two weeks without a game, and the Razorbacks are fired up after a loss to Florida.

To win back the boot, the hogs will have to play great on both sides. While the LSU defense is a joke, the offense isn’t. They can still put up numbers very quickly, and after the Razorbacks have up 63 last week that’s not something fans want to see again.


BATON ROUGE, LA – NOVEMBER 11: Jonathan Nance #7 of the Arkansas Razorbacks avoids a tackle Frank Herron #97 of the LSU Tigers at Tiger Stadium on November 11, 2017 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images)

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