5 Bold Predictions For LSU vs. Ole Miss In College Football Week 12

By Trevor Lowry
5 Bold Predictions For LSU vs. Ole Miss In College Football Week 12
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Predictions For LSU vs. Ole Miss

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It’s a shame that more isn’t on the line when the LSU Tigers and Ole Miss Rebels meet up — well, when it comes to making the playoff. However, the winner could theoretically have the same SEC record as the Alabama Crimson Tide when the regular season comes to an end — which would really make things interesting.

While so many showdowns will be going down, don’t forget to catch this SEC clash — because it is going to be a good one.

Predictions For LSU vs. Ole Miss

It’s a shame that more isn’t on the line when the LSU Tigers and Ole Miss Rebels meet up — well, when it comes to making the playoff. However, the winner could theoretically have the same SEC record as the Alabama Crimson Tide when the regular season comes to an end — which would really make things interesting.

While so many showdowns will be going down, don’t forget to catch this SEC clash — because it is going to be a good one.

5. Chad Kelly Outshines Leonard Fournette

5. Chad Kelly Outshines Leonard Fournette Credit: Getty Images
Might as well start this off with a bang.

Why this meets the bold criteria: Leonard Fournette has been the best player in college football for most of the season, and Chad Kelly has not.

Why this could happen: Fournette has been down the last couple of games, and Kelly is capable of monster performances. Kelly had 478 total yards and six total TDs last game, after all.

5. Chad Kelly Outshines Leonard Fournette

Might as well start this off with a bang.

Why this meets the bold criteria: Leonard Fournette has been the best player in college football for most of the season, and Chad Kelly has not.

Why this could happen: Fournette has been down the last couple of games, and Kelly is capable of monster performances. Kelly had 478 total yards and six total TDs last game, after all.

4. … But Fournette Still Reaches 150 Rushing Yards

4. … But Fournette Still Reaches 150 Rushing Yards Credit: Getty Images
Don't expect Fournette's magical season to end in complete disappointment. He will find his groove once again this week by putting in a 150-yard performance.

4. … But Fournette Still Reaches 150 Rushing Yards

Don't expect Fournette's magical season to end in complete disappointment. He will find his groove once again this week by putting in a 150-yard performance.

3. First Team To 35 Points Wins

3. First Team To 35 Points Wins Credit: Getty Images
This game could easily end at 10-14 or 20-17, but that wouldn't be that bold, and it would also be a snoozefest.

Instead, expect both offenses to come to life. For the record, Ole Miss dropped 52 points in its last battle.

3. First Team To 35 Points Wins

This game could easily end at 10-14 or 20-17, but that wouldn't be that bold, and it would also be a snoozefest.

Instead, expect both offenses to come to life. For the record, Ole Miss dropped 52 points in its last battle.

2. Ole Miss Hands LSU Third Straight Loss

2. Ole Miss Hands LSU Third Straight Loss Credit: Getty Images
Ole Miss will be playing at home, which is big in college football (or any sport), and one must also remember that the Rebels knocked off Alabama.

Meaning: They have the talent to beat any team in the country.

2. Ole Miss Hands LSU Third Straight Loss

Ole Miss will be playing at home, which is big in college football (or any sport), and one must also remember that the Rebels knocked off Alabama.

Meaning: They have the talent to beat any team in the country.

1. Looking Into The Future: Fournette Is Basically Eliminated From Heisman Race

1. Looking Into The Future: Fournette Is Basically Eliminated From Heisman Race Credit: Getty Images
Two things have to happen for Fournette to stay in the Heisman race: (1) LSU needs to win. (2) Fournette has to be dominant.

Of course, Fournette could always rush for 300 yards and then an LSU loss wouldn't matter that much. However, if Fournette has that grand of a performance, the Tigers probably aren't losing.

1. Looking Into The Future: Fournette Is Basically Eliminated From Heisman Race

Two things have to happen for Fournette to stay in the Heisman race: (1) LSU needs to win. (2) Fournette has to be dominant.

Of course, Fournette could always rush for 300 yards and then an LSU loss wouldn't matter that much. However, if Fournette has that grand of a performance, the Tigers probably aren't losing.

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