What to Watch: Auburn vs. LSU

It’s time for another big college football game and this time it’s Auburn vs. LSU. Who will win? Tune in to find out and don’t forget to keep an eye on the clock because this game is sure to be a close one!

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both teams have great defenses

Both teams have great defenses, so this should be a close, low-scoring game. Auburn’s defense is particularly good against the run, while LSU’s excels at getting to the quarterback. LSU also has a great kick returner in Tyrann Mathieu, so special teams could play a big role in this game.

auburn’s offense is better than LSU’s

In this matchup of SEC West contenders, Auburn’s offense is better than LSU’s. The Tigers average nearly 32 points per game, while the Tigers allow just over 19 points per game. Auburn also has a more balanced attack, with nearly 200 yards per game both rushing and passing. LSU, on the other hand, relies more on its ground game, averaging nearly 250 yards rushing but just over 175 yards passing. The key for Auburn will be to get its offense going early and keep LSU’s offense off the field. If the Tigers can do that, they should come out on top in this one.

this game could come down to who makes the fewest mistakes

In a matchup of two teams with identical records, both Auburn and LSU will be looking to come out on top in this crucial SEC game. While both teams have strong offenses, this game could come down to who makes the fewest mistakes. The Tigers have been turnover-prone at times this season, and if they can take care of the ball, they should be in good shape. On the other side, LSU has been very good at forcing turnovers, so Auburn will need to be careful with the ball. In a close game like this, the team that makes the fewest mistakes is likely to come out on top.

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