Our final score forecasts for the Tennessee vs. LSU football game are in

Tennessee vs LSU
Tennessee vs LSU

On Saturday, the Tennessee Vols football team will play the LSU Tigers in a conference matchup.

After defeating the Florida Gators at Neyland Stadium in Week 4, the Vols had a break week. In contrast, the Tigers are aiming to extend their winning run after defeating Auburn 21-17 last week. This season, LSU has only suffered one defeat, falling to the Florida State Seminoles in Week 1.

Will things be different this year after the Tigers’ five straight victories over the Vols? They offered their opinions. Look at this.

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Reporter covering Tennessee football, Adam Sparks

Tennessee 35, LSU 27: It might be challenging for LSU to keep up if Tennessee’s offense can get going quickly and shake off any rust from the bye week. There is undoubtedly a way for the Tigers to prevail in this match. They must pull out in front quickly and rely on a packed house to frighten the Vols. Additionally, Jayden Daniels needs to make the most of his gifted wide outs and weak pass defense against UT. However, LSU might find the Vols’ offense to be too much.

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Adam Sparks, Tennessee football beat reporter Tennessee 35, LSU 27: It might be challenging for LSU to keep up if Tennessee’s offense can get going quickly and shake off any rust from the bye week. There is undoubtedly a way for the Tigers to prevail in this match. They must pull out in front quickly and rely on a packed house to frighten the Vols. Additionally, Jayden Daniels needs to make the most of his gifted wide outs and weak pass defense against UT. However, LSU might find the Vols’ offense to be too much.

Senior sports columnist John Adams

LSU beat Tennessee 27 to 34. The fact that this game was slated at 11 a.m. CST appeared to be a blessing for the Vols. But LSU has recently excelled in the first stages of games.

However, LSU struggled last week in a 21-17 comeback victory over Auburn. And that can turn out to be more important than the start time.

A defense that allows big throw plays to Tennessee is likely to allow bigger plays against Auburn.

Senior sports columnist John Adams

Tennessee 34, LSU 27: It would appear that the Vols benefited from the game’s early start time of 11 a.m. CST. But LSU has recently excelled in the first stages of games.

However, LSU struggled last week in a 21-17 comeback victory over Auburn. And that can turn out to be more important than the start time.

A defense that allows big throw plays to Tennessee is likely to allow bigger plays against Auburn.

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