College Football Predictions: Kentucky Wildcats at Georgia Bulldogs (-29.5)
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Okay it’s reasonable to suspect that picking Georgia against the spread in the game is a tough decision however, last week the Bulldogs bamboozled Auburn 45-7 at home, who’s ranked No. 20 by the way.
In addition, the Wildcats have only scored an average of 17 points per game but only 12 points per game against SEC opponents. That being said, their defense has allowed 27 points per game however, that number significantly increases to 44 points per game against SEC schools.
So being that the Wildcats are horrid outside of the conference and even worse in the conference, the Georgia Bulldogs who average over 35 points and only allow 18.6 per game will annihilate them, especially since the game is in Athens.
One other factor to account for also, is that if Georgia wins this game the Dawgs will have clinched the SEC Eastern Division and be playing in the SEC title game. Therefore, expect coach Mark Richt to have his Bulldogs go all out and hold nothing back.
The Bulldogs aren’t going to pull any strings in this game because of its’ implications. And if there’s anything we learned from Oklahoma State losing to Iowa State, it’s that playing “not to lose” can ultimately be the reason why you lose.
Take Georgia against the spread
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