Georgia vs. Georgia Tech NCAA Football Predictions & Betting Odds
Offshore betting websites favor the visiting No. 4 Georgia Bulldogs by 28 points over the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets, as the spread goes for their November 30 NCAA football game at 8:00 pm ET at Bobby Down Stadium in Atlanta, GA.
Georgia Bulldogs vs. Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets Odds by Xbet.ag
|Georgia||-28 (-110)||46½ (-110)||-5500|
|Georgia Tech||+28 (-110)||46½ (-110)||+2625|
Betting Georgia Bulldogs
The Bulldogs improved their nigh-perfect record with a 19-13 win over TAMU last Saturday. According to the best online sportsbooks, UGA was a 12-point home favorite. It’s the first time Georgia’s 54th-ranking scoring offense (31.2) has been held to fewer than 20 points since October 12. UGA is tied with Clemson for second-best defense in the country.
The Bulldogs have allowed just 44 points in the last five games combined. Starting QB Jake ‘Ethan’ Fromm went 11 of 23 for 163 yards with one TD.
Running back D’Andre Swift had 103 yards on 19 carries. Although Georgia’s 81st-ranking pass defense (215.1 ypg) allowed 275 yards, UGA held TAMU to 273 total yards. How is that possible? Because the Bulldogs run defense (68.5 ypg), second only to Utah, held the Aggies to -2 rushing yards. It’s that efficiency against the run that has Georgia ranking fifth in the country in total offense (267.7 ypg).
Per offshore betting sites, UGA is 5-1 ATS in their last six games playing ACC teams. And 1-5 ATS playing a team with a losing record. The under is 6-0 in the Bulldogs’ last six games overall.
“Georgia football coach Kirby Smart said cornerback Eric Stokes has been practicing and is expected to be cleared for contact in Wednesday’s practice.
Stokes left the second quarter of UGA’s 19-13 win over Texas A&M with what appeared to be a head/neck injury and did not return to action. Georgia already knows it will face LSU (11-0) at 3:30 p.m. on Dec. 7 at Mercedes Benz Stadium in Atlanta in the SEC Championship Game with a College Football Playoff spot on the line. Smart has given no indication he will rest any players against Georgia Tech,” reports Dawg Nation.com.
Betting Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets
The Jackets snapped a three-game losing skid with a 28-26 win over NC State on Thursday. Offshore betting sites had GT as a 2.5-point home dog. Georgia Tech’s 122nd-in-the-country scoring offense (17.5 ppg) showed up after being shut out the previous game. That’s part and parcel of one of the worst total offenses (124th with 299.7 yards per game).
GT’s scoring defense, ranking 82nd (30.6 ppg) held the opponent to fewer than 30 points for the first time since November 2. Starting QB James Graham went 7 of 15 for 129 yards with three TDs. He added 112 yards on the ground and another TD on 14 carries. The Jackets allowed 457 total yards. Quite a bit more than their already bad average of 415.9 yards per game (84th).
The Yellow Jackets are 1-7 ATS in their last eight home games. And 0-5 ATS in their last five non-conference games. The under is 5-2 in the Yellow Jackets’ last seven home games.
““The thing we’ve talked about is getting [the Georgia-Georgia Tech rivalry] back on the national stage that it deserves,” GT head coach Geoff Collins said. To do that, the Jackets are going to have to beat the Bulldogs more than once every so often. It’s not going to happen this year.
They’ve improved in fits and starts while winning two ACC games, including a stirring victory over N.C. State last week, but the Bulldogs are on another level.”
Georgia Bulldogs vs. Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets NCAAF Pick
Need we add more? Take Georgia Bulldogs and the points.