LSU (6-6) and Kansas State (7-5) face off in the 2022 TaxAct Texas Bowl on Tuesday night. The Tigers ended their regular season on a two-game win streak. On Nov. 27, LSU beat then-ranked No. 14 Texas A&M 27-24. The Wildcats on the other hand ended their regular season on a two-game slide. On Nov. 26, Kansas State fell to Texas 22-17.
Kansas State is favored by seven points in the LSU vs. Kansas State odds from Caesars Sportsbook, while the Over-Under for total points is set at 47.5. (See the latest college football lines for all of this week's games on our college football odds page.) Kickoff is set for 9 p.m. ET.
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The model knows LSU is depleted by injuries, opt outs and transfers, but there's still talent on the field. Senior linebacker Micah Baskerville is second on the team with 83 total tackles. The Louisiana native has recorded at least nine total tackles in four games. Baskerville's best game of the season came against No. 21 Arkansas. He finished with 12 total tackles and two sacks.
The model also knows Kansas State sophomore running back Deuce Vaughn had a stellar campaign. He finished the season fourth in the Big 12 in rushing yards (1,258) and second in rushing touchdowns (15). The Texas native has rushed for at least 120 yards in seven games thus far. Vaughn averaged 104.8 rushing yards per game.
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