Oklahoma vs. LSU 2019 Peach Bowl Football Betting Odds & Picks

Florida Atlantic Owls vs. Oklahoma Sooners Top sportsbook odds and expert predictions
  • by Cooper Mayer
  • December 27th, 2019
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The best offshore sportsbooks for US players favor the LSU Tigers by 14 points over the
Oklahoma Sooners, as the spread goes for the 2019 Peach Bowl (officially known as the
College Football Playoff Semifinal at the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl) on December 28, with
kickoff scheduled for 3:00 pm CT, at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, GA.

Oklahoma vs. LSU 2019 Peach Bowl Odds by MyBookie.ag

Oklahoma +14 (-110) 76 (-110) +400
LSU -14 (-110) 76 (-110) -500
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Betting Oklahoma Sooners

The Sooners defeated Baylor in 2019 Big 12 Championship Game on December 7. The
Oklahomies received their bid to the Peach Bowl with the release of final CFP rankings on
December 8. Oklahoma enters the bowl with a 12-1 record (8-1 in conference play). Their
only loss was to Kansas State 41-48. The Sooners also have a 5-8 ATS record, per the best
online sportsbooks.

This is Oklahoma’s first appearance in the Peach Bowl, as well as their
fourth College Football Playoff appearance. The Sooners are 0-3 in previous CFP
semifinals, most recently a loss to Alabama in the 2018 Orange Bowl.

On December 18, the press reported that starting defensive end Ronnie Perkins and two
other Oklahoma players had been suspended. As a result, they would not play in the bowl.
On December 20, it was reported that starting safety Delarrin Turner-Yell would also miss
the game because of a broken collarbone. On December 23, head coach Lincoln Riley
confirmed that Perkins and two other players would not play. Riley also did not expect
Turner-Yell to play.

Here are some trends from the best offshore sportsbooks for US players. The Sooners are 5-
1 ATS in their last six games playing SEC teams. 4-1 ATS in their last five games in
December. 7-2 ATS in their last nine games as an underdog.

“There are a lot of reasons to like the Sooners in the playoff this time around. This is likely
the most complete team they have fielded in the playoff era. They’re still fast and powerful
on offense while improved on defense and supremely well-coached across the board. In our
continuing series, here’s why the underdog Sooners can get over the hump and win it all,”
claims CBS Sports.com.

Betting LSU Tigers

The Tigers defeated Georgia in the 2019 SEC Championship Game on December 7. LSU
received their bid to the Peach Bowl with the release of final CFP rankings on December 8.
The Tigers enter the bowl with a 13-0 record (8-0 in conference play).

Additionally, LSU is 8-3-2 ATS, according to the best offshore sportsbooks for US players. This is LSU’s
seventh appearance in the Peach Bowl. The Tigers’ single loss took place in their last
appearance. On that occasion, they were defeated by Clemson in the 2012 Chick-fil-A
Bowl. This is LSU’s first CFP semifinal appearance.

The Tigers are 4-1 ATS in their last five neutral site games as a favorite. 4-1 ATS in their
last five non-conference games. And 7-2 ATS playing a team with a winning record.

“The results of the impressive 13-game run produced a good amount of hardware for LSU
in award season — from Joe Burrow’s record-breaking margin in a Heisman Trophy win to
the entire offensive line receiving the Joe Moore Award and Ed Orgeron getting the nod as
the national coach of the year. But those accolades fade into the rearview now as they will
be paired with some amount of disappointment if LSU can’t follow this historic season with
a national championship,” this also from CBS Sports.

Oklahoma vs. LSU 2019 Peach Bowl Pick

LSU has won their last three games by an average margin of 35.3 points. The Tigers
are 8-1-1 ATS as favorites of 27.5 or fewer points. Take LSU and the points.