Florida vs. LSU: TV Info, Spread, Injury Updates, Game Time and More

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Florida vs. LSU: TV Info, Spread, Injury Updates, Game Time and More
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The No. 17 Florida Gators (4-1) will head to Tiger Stadium for an SEC showdown with No. 10 LSU (5-1) this weekend.  

While both of these teams have one loss, LSU's defeat came in conference play. That leaves them at 2-1 and staring up at Alabama in the SEC West.

The Gators are undefeated in conference play, which ties them with Georgia atop the SEC East at 3-0. However, this is Florida's first game against one of the conference's powers. 

 

When: Saturday, October 12 at 3:30 p.m. ET

Where: Commonwealth Stadium, Lexington, Ky.

Television: CBS

Spread: LSU -7 according to Bovada

 

Injury Report (Injury info via USA Today)

Florida's Injury Report
Player Pos. Status Injury
Andre Debose WR Out knee
Jeff Driskel QB Out ankle
Dominique Easley DT Out right knee
Chaz Green T Out shoulder
Matt Rolin LB Out knee
Jordan Sherit DE Out knee
Nick Washington DB Out shoulder
Kelvin Taylor RB Questionable ankle
Colin Thompson TE Questionable foot
Chris Thompson WR Questionable foot
Marcus Roberson CB Questionable knee
Jonotthan Harrison C Probable Disciplinary

USA Today

LSU Injury Report
Player Pos. Status Injury
Josh Williford G Out concussion
Jeryl Brazil CB Questionable disciplinary/legal
Tahj Jones LB Questionable hamstring
Craig Loston S Questionable undisclosed

USA Today

 

Top Storyline: Who will win this battle of opposing strengths? 

For my money, this is the most compelling college game of the week.

Florida enters this game second in the nation in yards allowed at 217 per game and fourth in scoring at 12.2. 

Meanwhile, LSU has transformed into a program that is led by its offense. LSU has put up more than 35 points and 400 yards of offense in every game this year. Neither of those units has faced this stiff a test yet, though, and it will be interesting to see how they handle the challenge. 

That said, this game will likely come down to the other matchup: Florida's offense versus LSU's defense. Whichever team does a better job of exposing the other's flaws will wind up on top. 

 

Prediction: Florida 20, LSU 17

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LSU's offense is rolling but it hasn't faced a defense like this. Florida will be able to pressure quarterback Zach Mettenberger and make it tough for the Tigers to move the ball. 

It is always tough for Florida to move the ball, but the Gators will find some success against this poor LSU defense. 

As they say, defense wins championships. It will also win this game.  

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