The No. 7 Georgia Bulldogs are set to face the Tennessee Volunteers on the road this upcoming weekend and MyBookie.ag has their sportsbook betting lines primed and ready to go. MyBookie.ag has been around for what seems like forever and their reputation is as promising as the college football betting odds they’ve thrown together for this Saturday’s enticing match. If you’d like to find out more about MyBookie.ag, feel free to check out our own detailed sportsbook review.
The Georgia Bulldogs come into this weekend’s matchup sporting a 4-0 record that pegs them as them as the 2nd best team in the SEC East. The Bulldogs are coming off a big time win against No. 17 Mississippi State that helped Georgia jump up from No. 11 to No. 7 in the national rankings. The reason being, the Bulldogs mauled Mississippi State 31-3, sending the other Bulldogs home with their tail between their legs. Against the unranked Volunteers this Saturday, gambling websites have had no other choice but to heavily favor Georgia.
MyBookie.ag has No. 7 Georgia pegged as a -310 favorite over Tennessee. The line could have been a tad bit more lopsided but the odds sitting at that figure reflects just how competitive the sportsbook betting community is expecting this contest to be. Georgia is putting up an average of 31.0 points per game while the Volunteers are scoring 30.3 – further proof that this will be one heck of a contest this weekend.
The Bulldogs’ defense will likely be the deciding factor in this matchup. Georgia is currently allotting 11.5 points per matchup while Tennessee usually gives up 21.8. However, if you happen to feel that the added pressure will fuel a Volunteers’ upset, you can try your luck on the +250 odds currently available on Tennessee. But, while there is no question that this game will be competitive, it’s pretty clear that Georgia should come out on top. That said, NCAA betting fans might want to mulch over the spread.
Gambling websites currently have the spread set at -7 ½ in the nationally ranked team’s favor. The payout is listed at -110 for both teams. Tennessee is 1-3 against the spread this season and Georgia is undefeated at 3-0 thus far this season. The Bulldogs have beaten their opponents by 20 or more points this season, except their Week 2 opponent: No. 24 Notre Dame. However, considering that Tennessee is coming into this matchup unranked, it’s safe to assume that Georgia will cover the spread and then some.
For football betting fans who are looking to bet on the total, the line is currently set at 47 on the over/under featuring a -110 as well – for both teams once again. The Volunteers are 1-2 against the over/under line while Georgia has posted a 1-1 record this season against the totals. Tennessee has scored at least 17 points in each game this season, but they also haven’t faced a defense as tough as Georgia’s.