Oklahoma vs LSU Predictions for 2019 CFP Semifinal Peach Bowl

Zach Brunner
Jalen Hurts celebrates a 25-point comeback win over Baylor.
Jalen Hurts celebrates a 25-point comeback win over Baylor. / Ronald Martinez/Getty Images

The 2019-20 college football bowl season is upon us, with each team battling out one final effort to end their season on a high note. In this year's Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl, the No. 4 Oklahoma Sooners face the No. 1 LSU Tigers for a chance to advance to the 2020 College Football Playoff National Championship game. The Tigers are currently the 13.5-point favorites, according to FanDuel Sportsbook.

If you're looking to place a wager on this game, it's always wise to read up on what some industry experts have to say first. With that in mind, here are some expert predictions for the 2019 Peach Bowl between Oklahoma and LSU.

Peach Bowl Predictions

Bleacher Report
Jake Rill, of Bleacher Report, gave his predictions for every bowl game against the spread, and he is predicting LSU wins by at least 12.5 points.

Washington Post
Neil Greenberg and Matt Bonesteel, of the Washington Post, also gave their predictions against the spread, but they were split in their decisions. Greenberg predicts that the Tigers will win by at least 13 points, while Bonesteel is siding with the Sooners to cover at least 13 points as the underdogs.

Adam Rittenberg, senior writer at ESPN, expects the LSU offense to be too much for Oklahoma to handle, with the Tigers winning this one and covering the spread, 42-27.

Overall, three of the four experts highlighted above are picking LSU to win by at least 12.5 points, with a lone expert backing the Sooners to keep the final score within 13 points.

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