The Arkansas football team heads to Death Valley to compete in the Battle for the Golden Boot—the rivalry trophy bestowed upon the winner of the annual Razorbacks vs Tigers game.
The trophy, which is in the shape of a boot because the state of Arkansas and Louisiana look like a boot. The Razorbacks have not held the traveling trophy since their last win against LSU in 2015.
Let’s take a look at how you can watch this iconic rivalry game and how the lines look on WynnBet.
Arkansas football vs LSU Tigers Odds: Line, Spread, Over/Under
The odds makers at Wynn expect this to be a close game with the Hogs using their momentum of upsetting a ranked Mississippi State team last week to power them to victory over the Tigers.
Moneyline: Arkansas (-135), LSU (+115)
If you think the Hogs will win (regardless of margin), you’ll need to wager $135 on the moneyline in order to win $100.
Spread: Arkansas is -2.5
To win this bet, the Hogs would have to win and they’d have to win by three points or more against LSU.
Arkansas Razorbacks vs LSU Tigers Prediction Tonight
The odds makers at Wynn think the Hogs are going to win by three points on the road against LSU—it’s a good pick.
LSU is reeling from a long season of head coaching distractions, coaching searches, injuries and underperforming.
The Hogs have a good chance to win and cover this game due to their overpowering and overwhelming run attack. They have one of the best run game sin the country and LSU won’t be able to keep up. Sam Pittman is going to be well-prepared to win his first Golden Boot.
What Channel is the Arkansas football Game On?
You can watch the Razorbacks take on LSU at 6:30 p.m. CT on the SEC Network. Check your provider to see the which channel number you need to tune to. Here are the major providers:
AT&T Uverse: Channel 607/1607
DirecTV: Channel 611
Dish: Channel 408
Arkansas vs LSU Live Stream
The game can be streamed through the ESPN app (cable subscription required). Or you can watch it on FuboTV.