LSU vs. Florida State Odds, Line: 2022 College Football Picks, Week 1 Predictions by Model on a 45-32 Roll
SportsLine’s model just revealed his CFB picks and predictions for FSU vs. LSU on Sunday night
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The LSU Tigers usher in the Brian Kelly era on Sunday when the former Notre Dame coach leads his team in their opener against the Florida State Seminoles in New Orleans. Kelly returned to the program last December after a highly successful 12-year career with the Fighting Irish. He guided Notre Dame to seven seasons of 10 wins and 10 bowl appearances, including two college football playoff games and the BCS national championship game in 2012. The Seminoles (1-0), meanwhile, opened their season 2022 last week with a 47-7 win over Duquesne.
Caesars Superdome kicks off at 7:30 p.m. ET. The Tigers are favored by 4 runs in Caesars Sportsbook’s latest Florida State vs. LSU odds, while the over-under for total runs scored is 50.5. Before making any LSU vs. Florida State picks or college football Week 1 predictions, you need to see what SportsLine’s advanced computer model has to say.
The SportsLine projection model simulates every FBS college football game 10,000 times. Over the past six-plus years, the proprietary computer model has generated a jaw-dropping profit of nearly $3,600 for $100 players on its college football top picks against the spread. He enters Week 1 of the 2022 college football season on a 45-32 run on all college football high scores and money line picks dating back to 2021. Everyone who has followed him has seen huge returns.
Now the model has set its sights on LSU vs. FSU and has just locked in its CFB picks and predictions. You can head over to SportsLine now to see the model choices. Here are several college football odds and betting lines for FSU vs. LSU
Gap between LSU and Florida State: LSU -4
LSU vs. Florida State over-under: 50.5 points
LSU vs. Florida State money line: Florida State +158, LSU -190
FSU: Seminoles are 5-2 ATS in their last seven games
LSU: Tigers are 5-1 ATS in their last six neutral-site games
LSU vs. Florida State pick: See the picks on SportsLine
Why LSU Can Cover
Along with getting a new coach, the Tigers come into the season with a new caller as well. Arizona State transfer Jayden Daniels is expected to take over after seeing action in 13 games for the Sun Devils last season, including a 20-13 loss to Wisconsin at the Las Vegas Bowl. Daniels completed 197 of 301 passes (65.4%) for 2,380 yards and 10 touchdowns. In three years at Arizona State, he completed 62.4 percent of his passes on 451 of 723 passes for 6,024 yards and 32 touchdowns. He was intercepted 13 times.
Another boost from the transfer portal comes in the form of junior running back Noah Cain, who played last season at Penn State. He’s already listed as LSU’s best regular season guard. In 2021, Cain rushed for 350 yards on 106 carries (3.3 average) with four touchdowns. His best year was in 2019, when he rushed 84 times for 443 yards (5.3 average) and eight touchdowns.
Why Florida State Can Cover
Redshirt junior Jordan Travis started his 14th career game at quarterback and 15th overall in last week’s win over Duquesne. He passed for 207 yards on 11 of 15 passes and added a five-yard rushing touchdown, FSU’s first tally of the 2022 season. Travis played in 23 games at FSU and has 211 of 351 passes for 2,881 yards and 21 touchdowns, while adding 1,328 rushing yards and 18 rushing touchdowns on 258 carries. His 18 rushing touchdowns rank 15th in school history, tied with Lonnie Pryor (2009-12), and are the most for any quarterback. Travis also has the most career rushing yards for any QB Seminoles.
Second-year wide receiver Kentron Poitier had a solid season opener with four receptions for 84 yards. He now has 12 career receptions for 145 yards (12.1 average) for the Seminoles, including a long 48 yards against Duquesne last week. Junior wide receiver Mycah Pittman, who caught four balls for 44 yards (11.0 average), also powered up the receiving corps. Oregon’s transfer now has 42 career receptions for 591 yards (14.1 average) and two touchdowns.
How to Make FSU vs LSU Choices
SportsLine’s model looks at total points, projecting teams to combine for 61 points. The model also indicates that one side of the gap hits in more than 60% of simulations. You can only see the model choice on SportsLine.
So who wins LSU vs. Florida State? And which side of the gap hits in more than 60% of the simulations? Visit SportsLine now to find out which side of the spread you should jump on, all from the model who crushed his college football picks, and find out.