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LSU vs Alabama Betting Odds and Props

LSU vs Alabama Betting Odds

In a marquee matchup not only on the Week 11 college football schedule but for the season as a whole, the No. 1 LSU Tigers are visiting Bryant-Denny Stadium to take on the No. 2 Alabama Crimson Tide. Both teams are undefeated and LSU is a 6-point underdog with the total coming in at 65. Online sportsbooks have put up some interesting prop bets for this gigantic game and I’m going to take a look at these odds and give you a couple of picks that I like.

Be sure to check out our full game preview for this contest as well.

Will the Loser Still Make the CFP?

The first prop that really caught my eye for LSU vs Alabama is “Will the Loser Still Make the CFP?” This question has been burning in my brain for weeks looking ahead to this game and I can make arguments either way. The odds for this prop are “Yes” at -300 and “No” at +200. What makes this super interesting is that both teams are in the SEC West so the loser of this game will not, in all likelihood, be in the SEC championship game. Let’s say the winner of this game loses in the SEC championship game, then likely the loser of this contest is the odd one out – or at least that’s my thinking.

What helps this cause is the losses of contenders in the other conferences – notably, Oklahoma losing to Kansas State, Oregon losing to Auburn to start the season, and the Big Ten has its critical games on the horizon too that will produce a true standout in the end.

I think the “Yes” is the better play if Alabama wins and the “No” is the better play if LSU wins. The reason I think the “Yes” is better is that LSU has wins at then-No. 9 Texas and at home to then-No. 7 Florida and then-No. 9 Auburn, and a loss to No. 2 Alabama as its lone loss would be enough to get in. Meanwhile, for the “No,” Alabama has only one win over a ranked foe, topping then-No. 24 Texas A&M. If it loses to LSU, then it won’t have a win over a top-10 team and I don’t think that’s worthy of a College Football Playoff appearance. I think Alabama wins this game so I like the “Yes” at -300.

LSU vs Alabama Game Loser Still Makes CFP

Odds as of November 5 at BetOnline

Will Donald Trump Be Booed at the LSU vs Alabama Game?

The POTUS has been making a few appearances at sporting events recently, showing up at Game 5 of the World Series between the Houston Astros and the Washington Nationals, as well as at UFC 244 this past weekend at Madison Square Garden. In both instances, Donald Trump was booed. However, the odds for the president to be booed at this game are “Yes” at +155 and “No” at -210.

This seems like an automatic bet on the “Yes,” right? Wrong! Unlike the previous two sporting appearances for Trump, this game is taking place in Alabama, where six of the seven congressional districts voted for Trump and 62.08 percent of the vote went his way. This was not a one-off as Alabama has voted Republican in 12 of the last 15 elections dating back to 1960, and 60 percent or more of the vote has gone Republican over the last four elections. Will there be some boos? I’m sure there will be, but it will likely be predominantly cheering for the president so I like the “No” at -210.

Will Donald Trump be Booed at the LSU vs Alabama Game?

Odds as of November 5 at Bovada

Here’s a look at the full list of props for LSU vs Alabama:

Who Will Win the 2019 College Football Playoff National Championship?
LSU Or Alabama+115
Any Other Team-150

Odds as of November 5 at Bovada

LSU vs Alabama Will Game Winner win the CFP?

Odds as of November 5 at BetOnline

LSU vs Alabama will the game go to OT?

Odds as of November 5 at Bovada

Who Will Have More Passing TDs? 
Tua Tagovailoa-140
Joe Burrow+100

Odds as of November 5 at BetOnline

Who Will Have More Passing Yards?
Joe Burrow-150
Tua Tagovailoa+110

Odds as of November 5 at BetOnline

Will There be a Lead Change in the Fourth Quarter?

Odds as of November 5 at Bovada