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CFB : ATS Matchup
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FLORIDA (4 - 1) at LSU (5 - 1)
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Week 7 Saturday, 10/12/2013 3:30 PM
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FLORIDA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games4-1+1.42-31-425.015.6393.4(5.6)
Road Games1-1-0.61-10-220.013.5407.5(5.8)
Last 3 Games3-0+32-11-228.318.3379.7(5.6)1.311.37.0222.7(3.8)3.0
Grass Games4-1+1.42-31-425.015.6393.4(5.6)
Conference Games3-0+32-11-228.318.3379.7(5.6)1.311.37.0222.7(3.8)3.0
FLORIDA - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)25.015.620.637:3947-192(4.1)16-2370.4%201(8.8)70-393(5.6)(15.7)
Opponents Defensive Avg.23.712.919.631:1439-161(4.1)17-2958.3%209(7.2)68-370(5.4)(15.7)
Offense Road Games20.013.522.038:1444-184(4.1)18-2572.5%223(8.8)70-407(5.8)(20.4)
Defense (All Games)12.27.612.622:2123-65(2.8)15-3346.4%152(4.6)57-217(3.8)(17.8)
Opponents Offensive Avg.30.917.319.729:3937-202(5.5)17-2958.5%209(7.2)66-412(6.3)(13.3)
Defense Road Games14.010.511.021:4524-49(2)14-2556.9%143(5.6)50-192(3.8)(13.7)

LSU - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games5-1+23-26-045.524.7488.8(7.4)1.224.714.0367.0(5.4)1.5
Home Games3-0+11-23-045.329.0491.0(8.4)1.317.09.0327.0(4.6)1.3
Last 3 Games2-1+11-13-045.022.0489.7(7.1)1.330.315.7466.3(6.3)2.0
Grass Games4-1+12-25-047.226.4497.0(7.9)
Conference Games2-1+11-13-045.022.0489.7(7.1)1.330.315.7466.3(6.3)2.0
LSU - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)45.524.723.230:2440-197(5)18-2668.4%291(11.1)66-489(7.4)(10.7)
Opponents Defensive Avg.28.614.920.730:3338-169(4.5)20-3360.7%251(7.6)71-420(5.9)(14.7)
Offense Home Games45.329.021.327:0638-229(6)15-2073.3%262(13.1)58-491(8.4)(10.8)
Defense (All Games)24.714.019.729:3637-159(4.3)16-3053.9%207(6.9)67-367(5.4)(14.9)
Opponents Offensive Avg.29.416.22030:2538-180(4.7)17-3057.7%227(7.7)68-407(6)(13.8)
Defense Home Games17.09.018.032:5442-144(3.4)15-2952.9%183(6.3)71-327(4.6)(19.2)
Average power rating of opponents played: FLORIDA 38.4,  LSU 37.8
FLORIDA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/7/2013@ MIAMI16-21L-3L47U44-12222-33-291528-5012-25-1621
9/28/2013@ KENTUCKY24-7W-11W46.5U45-24615-18-156121-4817-26-1251
10/12/2013@ LSU            
10/19/2013@ MISSOURI            

LSU - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/14/2013KENT ST45-13W-35.5L54.5O37-30713-18-264132-5820-29-1900
9/28/2013@ GEORGIA41-44L3T63O36-7723-37-372136-19620-34-2981
10/5/2013@ MISSISSIPPI ST59-26W-6.5W54O39-22325-29-340136-21616-31-2522
10/19/2013@ OLE MISS            
11/9/2013@ ALABAMA            
FLORIDA: Florida's 11-win season concluded with a thud, a 33-23 Sugar Bowl loss to 14-point underdog Louisville. For the Gators to improve, the 105th-ranked offense (334 YPG) must take a leap forward. That starts with QB Jeff Driskel (1,646 pass yds, 12 TD, 5 INT; 413 rush yds, 4 TD) finding reliable receivers in a lackluster group now coached by Joker Phillips. RB Matt Jones (275 rush yds, 5.3 YPC, 3 TD) will replace Mike Gillislee as the featured back and enjoy plenty of holes created by a burly O-Line. The stacked defense ranked fifth in the nation in both yards (287 YPG) and points (14.5 PPG), and will be fierce again. DL Dominique Easley (4 sacks) and LB Antonio Morrison (34 tackles) hold down the front seven, while CBs Loucheiz Purifoy (3 FF) and Marcus Roberson (12 PD), and S Jaylen Watkins (3 INT) lead a tough secondary.
LSU: LSU was 10-3 despite ranking 87th in the nation in total offense (374 YPG). QB Zach Mettenberger (2,609 pass yds, 12 TD, 7 INT) is back to change that and is excited that Cam Cameron is his new OC, which should mean more pass attempts. WRs Odell Beckham Jr. (713 rec. yds, 2 TD) and Jarvis Landry (573 rec. yds, 5 TD) both need to be more consistent for Mettenberger to grow. Top RB Jeremy Hill (755 rush yds, 12 TD) was arrested for a bar fight in April, and his status is uncertain. Back-up RB Kenny Hilliard (464 rush yds, 6 TD) has a strong offensive line to work with. The fierce defense (308 YPG, 8th in FBS) lost all D-Line starters, but is still loaded. DT Anthony Johnson (3 sacks), LB Lamin Barrow (104 tackles, 5 QBH), CB Jalen Mills (57 tackles, 2 INT) and SS Craig Loston (55 tackles, 3 INT) are all productive returnees.
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No. 3 Florida (4-1) at No. 8 LSU (5-1), 3:30 p.m. EDT

LSU's offense appears to be one of the best in school history, but the Tigers haven't run into a defense quite like Florida's.

Tenth-ranked LSU seeks its 28th win in 29 home games Saturday as its high-powered offense squares off with the stingy defense of the No. 17 Gators.

The Tigers (5-1, 2-1 SEC) have mostly cruised behind their offense, with the only blemish a 44-41 loss at then-No. 9 Georgia on Sept. 28. They come off last Saturday's 59-26 win at Mississippi State in which they tallied 563 total yards and 28 fourth-quarter points. The total points were their most in an SEC game since a 63-28 victory at Kentucky on Nov. 1, 1997.

LSU has topped 400 yards in each of its first six games and scored at least 35 points in each of its first six for the first time in school history.

Les Miles' club averaged 374.2 yards and 29.8 points last year to rank in the bottom half of the SEC with first-year starting quarterback Zach Mettenberger at the helm. He's been a revelation this season under first-year offensive coordinator Cam Cameron, pushing those numbers to 488.8 and 45.5 this year. The scoring average ranks ninth nationally.

Mettenberger's 190.1 passer ratings is the FBS' fourth-best, and he's already thrown 15 touchdowns after totaling 12 last year. He's completing 68.8 percent of his passes, leads the country with 35 passes for 20 yards or more and is on pace for single-season school records for passing yards and TDs.

"Zach is playing just like we need him to play at home or on the road," Miles said. "He is the leader. He is in charge of the communication. Zach is one of those guys on the field who gives you advantages not just with his arm, but with his mind."

Helping Mettenberger's cause have been receivers Odell Beckham and Jarvis Landry, who are third and fourth in the SEC in receiving yardage with 686 and 616 yards, respectively. Beckham is also college football's leader in all-purpose yardage at 228.2 per game.

Running back Jeremy Hill has also helped keep defenses honest by averaging 118.8 rushing yards to rank second in the conference.

The offense hardly resembles the unit that was held to two field goals, 200 yards and eight first downs in a 14-6 loss at then-No. 10 Florida last season. Still, LSU's gaudy numbers this year haven't come against anything close to an elite defense. Three of their opponents have ranked 96th or worst in team defense with TCU's 34th-ranked unit providing the greatest challenge in a 37-27 season-opening win.

The competition improves significantly with the Gators (4-1, 3-0).

Florida allows 217.0 yards per game, second-fewest in the country, while its 12.2 opponent scoring average is tied for the FBS' fourth-lowest.

But the Gators haven't faced a high-octane offense either, defeating Tennessee, Kentucky and Arkansas in conference play - the SEC's three worst in terms of total offense.

They have recorded at least one takeaway in 16 straight games, including three against LSU last season. Mettenberger was 11 for 25 for 158 yards with an interception and sacked four times

Vernon Hargreaves leads the Gators with three interceptions, while five other players have tallied one each.

Florida's offense has been bolstered in three games with Tyler Murphy under center after original starter Jeff Driskel's season ended due to a broken leg suffered against the Volunteers on Sept. 21. Murphy has recorded a 181.5 passer rating compared to the 135.5 mark by Driskel, though he has yet to play in an environment like Tiger Stadium, where LSU has won three of the last four meetings.

The Tigers' lone home loss in their last 28 was to top-ranked Alabama last year.

"I don't see him getting flustered," Florida offensive coordinator Brent Pease said of Murphy. "He's demanding of himself. He's demanding of what he wants from coaches, too. And he's demanding from his teammates."

LSU's defense has been uncharacteristically vulnerable, surrendering an average of 466.3 yards in conference play. However, the Tigers held Mississippi State to just three second-half points last week.

Florida leads all-time series 31-25-3, though they've split the last 10 matchups.

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