LSU vs Kansas State: Mercari Texas Bowl Prediction, Game Preview

LSU vs Kansas State: Mercari Texas Bowl Bowl prediction, game preview, how to watch, lines, and why each team might or might not win.

LSU vs Kansas State: Mercari Texas Bowl prediction, game preview, how to watch, Tuesday, January 4 


LSU vs Kansas State: Mercari Texas Bowl How To Watch

Date: Tuesday, January 4
Game Time: 9:00 pm ET
Venue: NRG Stadium, Houston, TX
How To Watch: ESPN, Live stream on ESPN+
Records: Kansas State (7-5), LSU (6-6)
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LSU vs Kansas State Mercari Texas Bowl Preview

It’s the last game before the College Football Playoff National Championship, and it’s going to be … interesting.

The Brian Kelly era isn’t starting yet – offensive line coach Brad Davis will take over for the game, becoming the first African-American head football coach at LSU. He’s going to bring the energy and the commitment, but a slew of starters are questionable.

Already out is quarterback Max Johnson – he’s transferring – leaving the Tigers with a big problem. There aren’t a lot of great options for the job without costing Garrett Nussmeier a year of eligibility.

The offense has to hope for the ground game to take over early and for the defense to do just enough to keep this close against an inconsistent Kansas State attack.

Kansas State didn’t have much of a passing game over the last few games of the season and failed to get to 300 total yards in any of them.

However, the defense is good at keeping games close, the pass rush should be good enough to bother whoever is under center for the Tigers, and this isn’t going to be a high-scoring shootout.

Both defensive lines should dictate the action, and it should come doesn’t to who makes the biggest mistakes.

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Big 12 Predictions, Schedule, Game Previews, Lines, How To Watch: Week 13

Big 12 Schedule, Game Previews, Predictions for Week 13. Kansas State at Texas, TCU at Iowa State, Texas Tech at Baylor, West Virginia at Kansas, Oklahoma at Oklahoma State

Big 12 college football predictions, schedule, game previews, lines, how to watch, and TV listings for Week 13 of the season.


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Big 12 Results So Far
SU: 50-21, ATS: 45-25-1, Point Total: 36-29-1

Friday, November 26

Kansas State at Texas

12:00, FOX
Line: Texas -3, o/u: 52.5

TCU at Iowa State

4:30, FS1
Line: Iowa State -15, o/u: 56

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Saturday, November 27

Texas Tech at Baylor

12:00, FS1
Line: Baylor -14.5, o/u: 52

West Virginia at Kansas

7:00, FS1
Line: West Virginia -15.5, o/u: 55.5

Oklahoma at Oklahoma State

7:30, ABC
Line: Oklahoma State -4, o/u: 49.5

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Kansas State vs Texas Prediction, Game Preview

Kansas State vs Texas prediction, game preview, how to watch, lines, and why each team might – or might not – win this Friday.

Kansas State vs Texas prediction, game preview, how to watch: Friday, November 26


Kansas State vs Texas How To Watch

Date: Friday, November 26
Game Time: 12:00 ET
Venue: Texas Memorial Stadium, Austin, TX
How To Watch: FOX
Record: Kansas State (7-4), Texas (4-7)
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Why Kansas State Will Win

Now it’s time to shoot for a stronger bowl appearance.

Texas is having a few issues.

It’s banged up, it’s not tackling well, it’s not cranking out enough consistency through the air, and the season that looked so promising in early October will end up being a total disaster.

The Texas run defense has been a problem, the pass defense has gone bye-bye, and Kansas State should be able to generate enough from RB Deuce Vaughn – on a run of four straight 100-yard running games to matter.

As long as the Wildcats win on the lines like they have for most of the year, they should be okay. But …

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Why Texas Will Win

Can QB Skylar Thompson go? He got knocked out of the Baylor game with an ankle injury, and the passing game isn’t close to the same without him.

Will Howard and Jaren Lewis are capable, but Thompson is the veteran who can take over the game.

Yes, Texas is having issues, but the ground attack was great against West Virginia without Bijan Robinson, the O should be able to throw for well over 200 yards, and as bad as things have been, the pressure is sort of off.

It’s Senior Day in a 4-7 season, but …

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What’s Going To Happen

All might not be lost for Texas.

Depending on how many openings there are for bowl slots – there should be at least three, maybe four – without enough eligible teams, 5-7 Texas can still be in the mix. Thanks to a good Academic Progress Rate, there’s a very, very remote shot at a bowl by going 5-7, but for now, just closing with a win would be good enough.

It all depends on Thompson. If he’s his normal self, Kansas State wins. He doesn’t appear to be close to 100%, though.

Texas salvages something out of this rough run.

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Kansas State vs Texas Prediction, Lines

Texas 27, Kansas State 23
Line: Texas -3, o/u: 52.5
ATS Confidence out of 5: 1.5

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Big 12 Predictions, Schedule, Game Previews, Lines, How To Watch: Week 12

Big 12 Schedule, Game Previews, Predictions for Week 12. Oklahoma at Iowa State, Kansas at TCU, Texas at West Virginia, Baylor at Kansas State, Oklahoma State at Texas Tech

Big 12 college football predictions, schedule, game previews, lines, how to watch, and TV listings for Week 12 of the season.


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Big 12 Results So Far
SU: 46-20, ATS: 41-24-1, Point Total: 34-26-1

Saturday, November 20

Oklahoma at Iowa State

12:00, FOX
Line: Oklahoma -3.5, o/u: 59.5
 

Kansas at TCU

4:00, Big 12/ESPN+
Line: TCU -21.5, o/u: 64.5

Texas at West Virginia

12:00, ESPN2
Line: West Virginia -3, o/u: 56.5

Baylor at Kansas State

5:30, FS1
Line: PICK, o/u: 50
 

Oklahoma State at Texas Tech

8:00, FOX
Line: Oklahoma State -10.5, o/u: 56.5

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Baylor vs Kansas State Prediction, Game Preview

Baylor vs Kansas State prediction, game preview, how to watch, lines, and why each team might – or might not – win this Saturday.

Baylor vs Kansas State prediction, game preview, how to watch: Saturday, November 20


Baylor vs Kansas State How To Watch

Date: Saturday, November 20
Game Time: 5:30 ET
Venue: Bill Snyder Family Stadium, Manhattan, KS
How To Watch: FS1
Record: Baylor (8-2), Kansas State (7-3)
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Why Baylor Will Win

Baylor is knee-deep in the mix now for the Big 12 Championship.

It might have two losses in conference play, but with the 27-14 win over Oklahoma, it’s in with wins over Kansas State and Texas Tech and with a Sooner loss to either Iowa State this week or Oklahoma State next week.

For now, dealing with Kansas State will be tough enough.

The Bears have found something special on the ground with Abram Smith and Trestan Ebner paving the way for the nation’s fourth-best rushing attack. They crushed Oklahoma for close to 300 yards, ran for close to 1,000 yards over the last four games, and now it goes against a defense that’s statistically terrific, but only faced one truly strong ground attack.

Kansas State allowed 210 yards to Iowa State and Breece Hall back in mid-October, and lost by 13. The team might be on a four-game winning roll, but that’s after losing to three of the four Big 12 stars, Oklahoma State, Oklahoma, and Iowa State.

However …

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Why Kansas State Will Win

The Wildcat run defense really is that good.

Yes, the schedule hasn’t been quite as nasty over the last month, but the Wildcats haven’t allowed more than 17 points in any of the last three games, held down Texas Tech, and it’s been good enough to stay in every game, even the three losses.

It’s not that Baylor can’t throw – it lit up West Virginia and it’s been efficient when needed – but it wants to rumble on the ground.

No, it hasn’t faced any ground games as strong as Baylor’s, but any time you’re allowing fewer than 160 rushing yards in eight of ten games you’re doing something right. Oklahoma State and Iowa State were the only two teams to get over 400 yards, and now Baylor has to be ready to get into a brawl.

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What’s Going To Happen

Kansas State has flown a bit under the radar.

It bowed out of the Big 12 title chase with a three-game losing streak in the middle of the season, and then it quietly started winning again to keep the potential alive for a ten-win season.

But Baylor’s defense was able get out against a strong BYU, it was able to roll by West Virginia, shock Oklahoma, and …

Baylor lost at TCU, it lost at Oklahoma State, and the two road wins were in a struggle over Texas State – at least a wee bit of one – and in a blowout over Kansas.

Kansas State will come up with a terrific performance in the home finale.

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Baylor vs Kansas State Prediction, Lines

Kansas State 24, Baylor 23
Line: PICK, o/u: 50
ATS Confidence out of 5: 1

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10 Best College Football Predictions Against The Spread: Week 11. Going West

What are the 10 best college football predictions against the spread? This week we go West for some of the more interesting predictions of the week.

What college football games appear to be the best bets and the best picks against the spread going into Week 11? This week we go West for some of the more interesting predictions of the week.


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Results So Far ATS: 62-48-1

After a rocky run it’s time for a road trip to shake things up a bit.

This week we go west for most of the 10 best predictions against the spread. There’s a reason for this – there are a TON of good-looking matchups – Nevada shouldn’t be an underdog against San Diego State and Utah State will probably beat San Jose State outright.

But first come the tried and true foundation selections.

While the picks have been up-and-down over the last few weeks – fewer games to choose from and less big spreads to exploit like there are in September – the overall record is still solid because of four core beliefs.

If you’ve been with the program, you know by now that …

1. Always go over on a point total in the mid-30s. Too many things can go right, unless it’s Army-Air Force, which once again proved to defy all laws of logic and reason.

2. Always go under on a point total in the mid-70s. Too many things can go wrong, like a torrential downpour late in the Pitt-North Carolina game.

3. Always take the underdog if it’s getting 45 points or more. Games can be blowouts without being brutal.

Over the long haul, if you stick with those three principles you should be okay – as long as you’re using good judgment, like going over on the Wednesday night Central Michigan-Kent State insanity.

Two of the three are foundations are represented this week, and there’s a fourth tried and true belief that – if you’ve been with this all year – has done you a big-time solid.

We kickoff our trip out west by making a stop at the fourth core belief for 2021. You ALWAYS go against …

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10. Kansas at Texas

LINE Texas -31
ATS PICK Texas

Full disclosure – I wouldn’t come near this if it didn’t involve Kansas, but as the man said, you dance with the one that brung ya.

Oklahoma couldn’t get the job done against Kansas against the spread a few weeks ago, but that’s been it. 1-8 ATS – including not covering the +24 in a 35-10 loss to Kansas State last week – to continue an epic heater of a run going back to the beginning of last year.

Texas is a mess.

It completely lost its stuff ever since that fourth down run by Caleb Williams halfway through the loss to Oklahoma. However, as bad as things look, the five teams Texas has lost to – at Arkansas, Oklahoma (in Dallas), Oklahoma State, at Baylor, at Iowa State) are all terrific.

How many times as Kansas lost by more than 31? Three in the last seven games.

Whatever. It’s Kansas, there’s a spread, and we stay on the ride until it stops for good.

So that’s one of the staples. Another foundation pick …

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9. New Mexico State at Alabama

LINE Alabama -51.5
ATS PICK New Mexico State

Besides the gimmicky aspect of always taking the underdogs with a point spread this high, this actually isn’t a bad call.

Of course New Mexico State will get annihilated – it lost 62-10 to Bama back in early 2019, hence the number – but this version can actually score a little bit.

No, it’s not going to keep up, but all you’re looking for are 10-to-14 points, and the Aggies can do that.

Mercer got 14 on this Tide team back in September. Southern Miss got rolled 63-14. Neither one of those games pushed past the 51.5, and New Mexico State is better.

As always with these picks, think of it this way – you’re walking into the stadium up 51-0. It can be a total wipeout – like 63-14 – and you’re fine.

Keeping with the weekly foundations, the over.

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8. Minnesota at Iowa

LINE 37 Point Total
ATS PICK Over

Last week in the exact same spot I said the exact same thing.

Too many things can go right with a low 37 point total, like one team can get the job done all by itself.

Last week here at the 8: Wisconsin 52, Rutgers 3.

Minnesota scored 41 against Northwestern. Before that it scored 34 against Maryland and put up 31 on Nebraska on the way to hitting the 30-point mark six times so far.

The problem is Iowa.

This team just doesn’t score. Something is wrong if you’re beating Northwestern 17-12, and yes, I demanded you go over on the low point total against Wisconsin. Both teams sort of decided they were done early in the fourth of a 27-7 Badger win.

It’s a point total of 37, and it’ll probably drop.

Before going west, two ACC games.

NEXT: College Football Pick Against The Spread No. 7: Notre Dame at Virginia

Big 12 Predictions, Schedule, Game Previews, Lines, How To Watch: Week 11

Big 12 Schedule, Game Previews, Predictions for Week 11. Oklahoma at Baylor, West Virginia at Kansas State, Iowa State at Texas Tech, Kansas at Texas, TCU at Oklahoma State

Big 12 college football predictions, schedule, game previews, lines, how to watch, and TV listings for Week 11 of the season.


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Big 12 Results So Far
SU: 44-17, ATS: 39-22, Point Total: 31-23-1

Saturday, November 13

Oklahoma at Baylor

12:00, FOX
Line: Oklahoma -5.5, o/u: 62.5

West Virginia at Kansas State

12:00, FS1
Line: Kansas State -6.5, o/u: 47

Iowa State at Texas Tech

3:30, ESPN2
Line: Iowa State -10.5, o/u: 58

Kansas at Texas

7:30, ESPNU
Line: Texas -30.5, o/u: 62

TCU at Oklahoma State

8:00, FOX
Line: Oklahoma State -13, o/u: 54.5

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West Virginia vs Kansas State Prediction, Game Preview

West Virginia vs Kansas State prediction, game preview, how to watch, lines, and why each team might – or might not – win this Saturday.

West Virginia vs Kansas State prediction, game preview, how to watch: Saturday, November 13


West Virginia vs Kansas State How To Watch

Date: Saturday, November 13
Game Time: 12:00 ET
Venue: Bill Snyder Family Stadium, Manhattan, KS
How To Watch: FS1
Record: West Virginia (4-5), Kansas State (6-3)
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Why West Virginia Will Win

Do you think West Virginia will throw well in this or not?

The Mountaineers bombed away on Iowa State and pulled off a shocker. The O didn’t work at all against Oklahoma State and it was a rough 24-3 home loss.

This has been a wildly hit-or-miss Mountaineer team, and even when QB Jarret Doege is on, that doesn’t necessarily mean everything else is working.

But it certainly helps for this group.

Kansas State is on a three-game winning streak partly because it’s not getting bombed on. It was able to get by Nevada, but it’s 0-3 in the Big 12 when it gives up over 300 passing yards.

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Why Kansas State Will Win

The Kansas State passing game is working.

Skylar Thompson doesn’t bomb away for scores, and he likes to check down to RB Deuce Vaughn whenever possible, but the Wildcats have found a nice groove with over 200 passing yards in each of the last five games.

West Virginia likes to live on time of possession – it leads the Big 12 – but when needed, Kansas State can cling on to the ball as well as anyone.

Throw in the strong pass rush against a way-too-leaky Mountaineer offensive front and what should be at least a +1 turnover margin, and there’s a good formula for the Cats.

What’s Going To Happen

Kansas State is already bowl eligible, but West Virginia has to win two out of its last three with Texas and at Kansas to follow.

The Mountaineers need this more, but Kansas State is quietly playing too well.

The Wildcats pushed Oklahoma and weren’t awful in losses to Oklahoma State and Iowa State, and now they seem to be finding a nice balance that’s keeping everything going.

This is a good, tight game that should be in doubt deep into the fourth, with Kansas State moving the chains just a bit better when it absolutely has to.

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West Virginia vs Kansas State Prediction, Lines

Kansas State 24, West Virginia 20
Line: Kansas State -6.5, o/u: 47
ATS Confidence out of 5: 2

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10 Best College Football Predictions Against The Spread: Week 10. Righting The Wrong

10 best college football predictions against the spread for Week 10, with a whole lot of big calls after an epic weekend of craziness in the betting world.

What college football games appear to be the best bets and the best picks against the spread going into Week 10? After one of the wildest weekends ever, we’re righting the wrong.


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I’m a professional.

I’ve seen it all, done even more, and I know well enough that when a pick goes the wrong way, you have a short memory, brush it off, and move on.

Last week was something … different.

I was already mad that the over didn’t come in my absolute lock of Wisconsin-Iowa at 36.5 – it stalled at 34 when both teams basically quit with 13 minutes to play and had a TON of chances to score.

Fine. It happens.

So Oregon and Cincinnati didn’t play like teams that really want to make big national statements against bad teams. Okay, no big deal.

That didn’t bother me, but Wyoming and San Jose State was going absolutely nowhere – until the Cowboys scored in the final moments to hit the over on the 41.

And then there was the game that will live in infamy.

Everyone had a part of Clemson and Florida State one way or another.

The under on the 48 was supposed to be a rock, all was fine, and … well, you know what happened.

I literally had to take a walk around the block on that one.

But that’s the deal. This is the life we’ve chosen. The belief systems are sound, you don’t stray from what you know to be right, and that’s why these picks are all correct.

I think.

We deserve it after the Death Valley Disaster.

So how do we get over this? We start with a pick that I know in my heart is probably wrong, but …

Results So Far ATS: 58-42-1

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10. Wake Forest at North Carolina

LINE 77 Point Total
ATS PICK Under

This pick is wrong, but a man is nothing without his principles.

When finalizing the picks in the game previews, I always go with the score before looking at the lines – I don’t want to be influenced one way or the other.

In this, we went with a shootout that goes just over the 77-point total. But if you’ve been with this piece all year, you know that over the long haul, if you do the same thing every time you will be up if …

You ALWAYS go under on a massive point total of 80 or more, and 77 is close enough.

Wake Forest games are wild, North Carolina has thrown a couple of 59 spots on the board, but – and there are no such things as jinxes or curses … I think – we’ve nailed this dead-cold this year when going with the unders on massive totals.

Like the under on Wake Forest-Duke last week, which came at 51 on the 71.5.

As always, if it’s wrong, then you’re paying for the entertainment of a wild game, and enjoy the show.

(Everyone, now take a deep breath, because we’re diving right back in and about to right a horrible, horrible wrong.)

If you have kids around, please don’t let them look at this NSFW pick …

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9. Clemson at Louisville

LINE 46.5 Point Total
ATS PICK Under

Yeah, this is an all-timer YOU OWE ME, WORLD of a chaser, but like Clemson -4, and if it’s not too soon for you – I still have leftover trays of meats and cheeses sent to me by close friends and acquaintances after the day of mourning – go back in on the point total.

We were right. We were ALL right.

Of course the under was the play last week on Florida State-Clemson.

OF COURSE it was.

It took an all-timer of a final play – brilliantly broken down by Scott and Steve on their Bad Beats segment – for us to lose that.

The pick didn’t come in. It doesn’t mean we were necessarily wrong, and the same belief still holds.

Clemson games are really, really, really low scoring. Take out that putrid late touchdown, and the Tigers scored 23 points or fewer in every FBS game.

The Louisville defense isn’t playing that poorly, and the offense only came up with 13 on NC State. It’s not likely to crank it up in the high 20s here.

While we’re purging all of last week’s pain and suffering by begging for more of it, let’s go with another before moving on to more mature picks for serious people.

Wisconsin, let’s go.

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8. Wisconsin at Rutgers

LINE 37 Point Total
ATS PICK Over

It’s the SAME thing.

It took something catastrophic to lose the Florida State-Clemson point total, and it took something totally weird to get the Iowa-Wisconsin total wrong.

Just like you always go under on the massive point totals, you always go over on the puny ones. Too many things can go right, and in this, there’s one thing that might really make this work.

Wisconsin could hit the 37 all by itself.

The Badger offense is still awful, and it would be more than happy to get up 23-3 and sit on the ball for the last half hour of the game.

I know, three of the last four Wisconsin games haven’t hit 35, much less 38. I know, the last two Rutgers games made college football sad – and they didn’t get to 35, either.

Michigan State scored 31 on Rutgers. Ohio State got to 52.

Fiiiiiiiiiine, the under is the smart, sensible call considering how amazing the Badger D is, but all you’re asking for is 27-10 to get there, and anything else to go over.

Never let a point total of 37 go to waste.

Next, a point total that shouldn’t be right, and if it is, it’s not your fault …

NEXT: College Football Pick Against The Spread No. 7: UNLV at New Mexico

Big 12 Predictions, Schedule, Game Previews, Lines, How To Watch: Week 10

Big 12 Schedule, Game Previews, Predictions for Week 10. Texas at Iowa State, Baylor at TCU, Oklahoma State at West Virginia, Kansas State at Kansas

Big 12 college football predictions, schedule, game previews, lines, how to watch, and TV listings for Week 10 of the season.


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Big 12 Results So Far
SU: 42-15, ATS: 37-20, Point Total: 28-22-1

Week 10 College Football Schedule, Predictions, Game Previews

Saturday, November 6

Kansas State at Kansas

12:00, FS1
Line: Kansas State -24, o/u: 56

Oklahoma State at West Virginia

3:30, ESPN
Line: Oklahoma State -3.5, o/u: 49.5

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Baylor at TCU

7:30, FS1
Line: Baylor -6.5, o/u: 58

Texas at Iowa State

7:30, FS1
Line: Iowa State -6.5, o/u: 61

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