The 49ers declining a late penalty gave Seahawks backers a close ATS win Thursday.
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1* LSU (7:00 ET): If interested, I'd bet this one quickly. The line is likely to "soar" given that Florida will be w/o its starting QB Will Grier for the rest of the season due to testing positive for a PED. However, note that there's still substantial line value present given that over the summer the advanced line on this matchup was LSU -14.
Both teams are undefeated, but Florida is clearly the bigger surprise. They pulled the proverbial "rabbit out of the hat" against Tennessee, then shocked everyone w/ a 38-10 beatdown of Ole Miss in the Swamp. But they were +4 in turnovers in that upset victory. Now, without Grier, their are major concerns over an offense that twice in SEC play has been held to 21 pts or fewer. Treon Harris now takes over under center and quite frankly, I've never been really impressed w/ his play.
It's no surprise that LSU is 5-0 as preseason I thought they'd be undefeated heading into the Alabama game (on November 7th). They have arguably the best player in College Football on their roster, that being Leonard Fournette, who already has eclipsed 1,000 yards rushing for the season. Last year's two losses at Tiger Stadium matched the number of defeats they suffered here in the previous five seasons combined! So what I'm saying is that an outright loss in this situation would be almost unimaginable and all things considered, the line seems pretty low. In its last two visits to the Bayou, Florida has been held to a total of 17 points. 1* LSU
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