LSU injury report vs Kentucky week 6
LSU football will be without numerous key players against Kentucky on Saturday night, including stud cornerback Derek Stingley Jr, who underwent surgery on his foot recently.
Safety Major Burns will also be out this week for the Tigers.
Other LSU players that will be out for this game include Myles Brennan, Andre Anthony, Joe Evans, Glen Logan, John Emery Jr, Tre’ Bradford, and Jared Small.
Wide receiver Josh Ali and defensive lineman Marquan McCall are out for the Wildcats.
LSU vs Kentucky odds and betting pick week 6
The latest odds from WynnBET have Kentucky at -2.0 (-110) and LSU at +2.0 (-110). Kentucky is -135 on the moneyline, while LSU is +115. The over/under for the game is 51 (-110).
Betting on LSU has been tough this season. This is another game the Tigers should win, based on the talent of both teams. But LSU hasn’t been playing well this season, while Kentucky is off to a 5-0 start and coming off a win over Florida.
I could see LSU rallying together and winning this game. But I could also see it going terribly for the Tigers.
I’m taking Kentucky at -2.0 and the moneyline. And I’m also taking the under on this game. Kentucky’s defense should keep this game somewhat low-scoring.
What channel is the LSU game on in week 6?
LSU vs Kentucky will air on the SEC Network at 6:30 PM CT/7:30 PM ET.
LSU vs Kentucky Live Stream
You can stream the game on Fubo TV (they’re offering a free trial currently). The game can also be streamed on ESPN’s streaming services (subscription required).
LSU’s next game and schedule
LSU will host the Florida Gators next Saturday (October 16). Kickoff is set for 11:00 AM CT/12:00 PM ET.