3) LSU will force plenty of turnovers
LSU's defense is known for being agressive and forcing turnovers, and Ole Miss quarterback Chad Kelly has shown that he isn't the best decision-maker. Kelly has thrown 12 interceptions this year, and has thrown at least two interceptions in four of Ole Miss' 10 games so far this year. If LSU can force multiple turnovers, they'll win this game.
2) Ole Miss' inconsistencies in big games
The Rebels have struggled in marquee games since knocking off Alabama earlier this year, getting blown out by Florida and losing to Memphis. Add in their loss to Arkansas two weeks ago, and it makes you question whether the Rebels just have the ability to beat high quality opponents. LSU will come into this game ready to play, and I don't think Ole Miss we be able to match their intensity or ability.
1) An angry Leonard Fournette
Don't let these last two games fool you - Fournette is still the best plyer in the country, and he's determined to prove it after having two down games against Alabama and Arkansas. Ole Miss' defense is struggling and is expected to be without leading tackler Denzel Nkemdiche this weekend, meaning there should be plenty of running lanes for Fournette to exploit. Expect him to have a huge game.