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ESPN’s Scott Van Pelt picks LSU vs. Arkansas Razorbacks football

ESPN broadcaster Scott Van Pelt made college football predictions Thursday during his “SportsCenter” segment “Winner$.” He made predictions about eight games, and one of the games was Arkansas at LSU. 

The game is scheduled to start Saturday at 6:30 p.m. CT in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. 

LSU enters the matchup 4-5 overall and 2-4 in the SEC. The Arkansas Razorbacks come into the game 6-3 overall and 2-3 in the SEC.

On Thursday night, Arkansas is a 2.5-point favorite against LSU, according to Tipico Sportsbook

Scott Van Pelt picks LSU vs. Arkansas football

Sportscaster Scott Van Pelt chats with fans courtside in the first half of an NCAA college basketball game between Maryland and Michigan State, Saturday, Jan. 17, 2015, in College Park, Md. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)

Scott Van Pelt picked LSU to cover the 2.5-point spread. 

“I can’t pass on the Bayou Bengals getting some candy at home at night in Baton Rouge,” Van Pelt said. 

Van Pelt then played an audio clip of LSU head coach Ed Orgeron saying, “Go Tigers.” He followed that with an audio clip of Arkansas head coach

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Photo Of Stunned LSU Fan Is Going Viral

LSU's mascot celebrating with fans.

LSU’s mascot celebrating with fans.

LSU fans couldn’t help but be in awe of Auburn quarterback Bo Nix during Saturday night’s SEC clash.

Trailing 13-0 in the second quarter and finding himself in LSU territory, Nix knew he needed to make a play for Auburn. He did just that.

Upon receiving the snap, Nix rolled to his right only to find several LSU defenders in his way. He then proceeded to roll back left and avoid multiple LSU defenders along the way before throwing a prayer to the end-zone which was caught for a highlight-play touchdown.

This was nasty.

Even LSU fans couldn’t believe it.

We’ve seen plenty of fans make similar faces in reaction to Bo Nix plays over the years. That includes both the good and the bad.

Nix is a home-run hitter. Sometimes it costs Auburn. Other times it results in big plays. Luckily for Auburn, it

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ESPN features Texas Tech’s Crazy Finish v LSU [Watch]

News Highlights: ESPN features Texas Tech’s Crazy Finish v LSU [Watch]

Scott Van Pelt is one of the last major sports anchors on TV. A connection to the heyday of ESPN and SportsCenter when it was TV you must see.

Today, SVP hosts a pm segment of SportsCenter and has a wildly popular segment called Bad Beats. The segment will go through sports betting scenarios that look like they are going one way, then quickly going the other way.

The Red Raiders were part of the Monday night segment with Van Pelt highlighting the Texas Tech-LSU match in which the Red Raiders went from seven to five with just over a minute left. More painful for gamblers than just the great comeback is that LSU also failed to cover the spread after a brutal foul call with less than two seconds left.

Van Pelt’s co-host couldn’t believe the referees even

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Florida at LSU Men’s Basketball Matchup Postponed Due to COVID-19

The matchup between the Florida Gators men’s basketball team against the LSU Tigers originally scheduled for Feb. 6 has officially been postponed, the university and the SEC released in a statement today.

The reasoning for the postponement was due to a combination of positive COVID-19 tests, contact tracing and subsequent quarantining of individuals within the Florida basketball program. 

Below is a full statement released by the SEC regarding the matchup’s postponement:

The Florida at LSU men’s basketball game of February 6 has been postponed due to a combination of positive tests, contact tracing and subsequent quarantining of individuals within the Florida basketball program, consistent with Southeastern Conference COVID-19 management requirements. A make-up date has not been determined at this time.

The Florida men’s basketball program is currently 10-5 (6-4), and are just coming off of a 72-66 loss against South Carolina. The loss would snap a four-game winning streak, including

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