LSU vs. New Mexico Prediction, Odds, Line: 2022 College Football Picks, Week 4 Best Bets Using Proven Model

The LSU Tigers take on the New Mexico Lobos Saturday at 7:30 p.m. ET at Tiger Stadium. The Tigers are 2-1 on aggregate and 2-0 at home, while New Mexico are 2-1 on aggregate and have yet to play away. This will be the very first meeting between the two programs.

The Tigers are favored by 30.5 points in Caesars Sportsbook’s latest LSU vs. New Mexico odds, and the over/under is set at 45.5. Before entering an LSU vs. New Mexico predictions, check out the model’s college football predictions at SportsLine.

The SportsLine projection model simulates every FBS college football game 10,000 times. For the last 6+ years, the proprietary computer model has racked up a staggering $3,300+ win for $100 players using its top-flight college football picks against the spread. It goes into Week 4 of the 2022 college football season with a 51-43 run on all the top-flight college football spreads and money line picks going back to 2021. Anyone who has followed it has seen tremendous returns.

Now the model has set its sights on LSU vs. New Mexico and just laid out its picks and CFB predictions. You can now go to SportsLine to see the selection. Here are some college football odds and betting lines for LSU vs. New Mexico:

  • Spread between LSU and New Mexico: LSU -30.5
  • LSU vs. New Mexico Over/Under: 45.5 points
  • LSU vs. New Mexico Picks: See picks here

What you need to know about LSU

LSU strolled past the Mississippi State Bulldogs 31-16 points Saturday to win the contest. LSU QB Jayden Daniels put in work when he passed for a TD and 210 yards and additionally rushed for two TDs and 100 yards. The Tigers also got rushing results from Armoni Goodwin and Josh Williams.

Daniels’ two-way ability was much-needed for an LSU team that was struggling to get the ball into the hands of their playmakers. The QB is one of seven players in FBS with at least 500 passing yards and 200 rushing yards, and has the highest completion rate (69.5%) of the seven. One thing Daniels and LSU could work on against New Mexico is get receiver Kayshon Boutte more involved on offense. The Preseason All-American has just 93 yards on the season after averaging 115 yards in his last nine games.

What you need to know about New Mexico

Meanwhile, the Lobos didn’t have too much of a problem with the UTEP Miners at home on Saturday as they won 27-10. The team collected 20 points in the first half and used them to win. Nobody had a standout game on offense for New Mexico, but it did score points from LB Reco Hannah, RB Sherod White and RB Nathaniel Jones.

The Lobos are 0-6 all-time against SEC schools, and another strong defensive effort will be needed if they are to claim their first win. New Mexico has thrown six passes this season, which is the eighth-most in college football, while allowing just three touchdowns through the air. Linebacker Cody Moon has wreaked havoc in opposing teams’ backfields this year as the redshirt sophomore has amassed 3.5 sacks and four lost tackles in his last two games.

How to make LSU vs. New Mexico picks

The model ran LSU vs. New Mexico 10,000 times and the results are in. We can tell you that the model is leaning forward and it also generated a point spread pick that hits well over 60% of the simulations. You can only see the selection at SportsLine.

So, who will win LSU vs. New Mexico? And which side of the spread applies in well over 60% of the simulations? Visit SportsLine now to see which side of the spread you need to jump to, all from the model who crushed his college football picks, and find out.

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