Is too simple to say Auburn football goes as Cameron Newton goes? Probably not. In the past two weeks, Newton hasp put-up some insane numbers: 350 yards passing, 386 yards rushing, 7 rushing TDs, and 1 passing TD. The Heisman watch must be on. On the year, Newton has helped his team average 40.7 points per NCAAF Picks game and has been responsible for 25 touchdowns. Auburn is a running team and Newton a running quarterback with 860 yards, though he has been supported by Michael Dyer’s 443 yards rushing and Onterio McCalebb’s 374 yards rushing. As a team, Auburn averages 6 yards per rush. The Vegas Odds & Vegas Spreads have listed the total LSU VS Auburn NCAAF Picks game at 52 points.
For LSU, the game plan is simple but not necessarily easy: stop Newton! LSU has the defense to try. Thus far, the team has given-up an average of 14.4 points per game, good for 11th in the nation. LSU squeezed past WVU, Tennessee, and Florida with an uneven offense, including a passing game that ranks 113th in the nation. Jordan Jefferson and Jarrett Lee have split time at quarterback, with Lee owning the better passing numbers, and Jefferson the better runner. Both will play against Auburn and, how effectively, will ultimately decide this team’s fate. Stevan Ridley has been a force at running back with 686 yards and 6 TDs, and he’ll need to be at his best against Auburn.
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The real question of this game is can LSU contain Newton? The game could be tight since Auburn has given-up a boat load of points but Newton has been too much thus far and should continue his highlight reel season as Auburn covers the College Football Point spreads and remains undefeated on the season. NCAAF Predictions Bet on Auburn Minus the points again the Vegas Odds makers.
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