2021 LSU Football Season Prediction:

Updated: Apr 20, 2021

Sept. 4 at UCLA - W

Sept. 11 McNeese State - W

Sept. 18 Central Michigan - W

Sept. 25 at Mississippi State - W

Oct. 2 Auburn - W

Oct. 9 at Kentucky - W

Oct. 16 Florida - L

Oct. 23 at Ole Miss - L

Oct. 30 OPEN DATE

Nov. 6 at Alabama - L

Nov. 13 Arkansas - W

Nov. 20 ULM - W

Nov. 27 Texas A&M - W


The 2021 season starts off with an leisurely trip to the Rose Bowl to play UCLA. Although lead by Chip Kelly this team is not comparable to one of his Oregon teams from the late 2000s early 2010s and even those teams had trouble against SEC defensive lines (see the BCS championship game from Jan 2011). The Bayou Bengals should quickly dispatch the home Bruins. Next up is the annual FCS cupcake game against McNeese State followed by another easy win against Central Michigan. The game against MS State will be a beat down in Starkvegas after the embarrassing loss in Red Stick last year. LSU‘s defense will come up with an INT for a touchdown in this game and force another turnover or two while MSU’s air raid offense never really gets out of first gear. The Bayou Bengals will pull out there special Aubie voodoo doll and hex the visiting Tigers into another bizarre loss the following week. Up next LSU will make the visit to Kentucky. The Wildcats put up and admirable showing but a late self inflicted wound costs the home team the game while the Tigers edge out on top. The return home to face the Gators will not fare well for the Bayou Bengals. Florida has this game circled from the fiasco last season. Mullen and company will roll into town with Emory Jones doing his best 2014 Dak Prescott impression to hand the Tigers their first loss of the season. Still a bit shocked from their home loss the next week’s visit to the Grove will be a high scoring track meet of a game where the Rebels get a stop or two and edge out the Bayou Bengals at home. The bye week could not come at a better time in the season... until the Tigers look up and see the trip to Alabama looming. The score won’t be as high as it was last year but the Tide handle the visiting Tigers with ease. LSU returns home the following week to out athlete Arkansas and win the Golden Boot yet again. ULM will be another easy win and should be over by half time. The following week the SEC opponent Texas A&M from all seasons with exception of 2012 and 2020 rolls into town. Without 10th year super senior Kellen Mond and the bought & paid for refs from 2018 game I don’t see the Aggies winning this game in Death Valley. LSU wins by 10 points.

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