Stanford Steve explains why he's still skeptical about LSU
Stanford Steve still has doubts about LSU after its win against Alabama and the Tigers’ chances of making it to the SEC Championship game.
“This is the line that smells the worst of any college football game all year,” Steve said on “McElroy and Cubelic In the morning” on WJOX while talking about the Vegas odds for LSU’s game this weekend against Arkansas. “but I will say I’m not there with LSU.”
The current point spread for the Tigers is -3.5 with the over/under at 62 points.
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Brian Kelly won his second top 10 matchup this season by beating the Tide in overtime and now is leading in the SEC West standings.
“Everyone just penciling in LSU to Atlanta,” Steve continued on. “I’m not there yet. These 2 games on the road in SEC play are really, really tricky.”
They have 2 more conference games left on the schedule: Arkansas at Fayetteville and Texas A&M at College Station.
“I would lean towards Arkansas,” Steve said. “Because I’m not sure LSU is ready yet to go on the road and lean on that offense.”
LSU, Ole Miss and Alabama could still potentially win the SEC West division.