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LSU vs. New Mexico Point Spread, & Odds

Fresh off a massive win over Mississippi State in the SEC opener, LSU has what should be a tuneup on the slate this week before it resumes league play against Auburn on Oct. 1.

The Tigers welcome New Mexico to Death Valley this weekend in the first-ever contest between the two programs. The Lobos are in the third season under coach Danny Gonzales, who hasn’t eclipsed three wins in a season in Albuquerque but is currently 2-1 on the year, coming off a convincing 27-10 win against a UTEP team that made a bowl last year.

Still, the 2-1 Tigers will be a heavy favorite in Saturday night’s game, which kicks off at 6:30 p.m. CT in Tiger Stadium.