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Georgia Bulldogs Host Auburn Tigers in SEC Rivalry Betting Renewal

Auburn Tigers vs. Georgia Bulldogs College Football betting, odds and picks

Last week was a tale of two openers for Auburn and Georgia.  On the Plains coach, Gus Malzahn rocked the Pat Dye retro look.  It was a tribute to the legendary Auburn coach who passed away this summer. Malzahn’s white short sleeve shirt, blue and orange striped tie, and throwback cap was a classic.  Most important of all War Eagle scored the College football betting cover against Kentucky.  Georgia had a far tougher time in their win at Arkansas.  To illuminate the Bulldogs trailed into the third quarter.  Eventually, Georgia’s vast manpower advantage sparked them to victory.

Auburn Tigers vs. Georgia Bulldogs Betting Information

Date: Saturday, October 3, 2020
Time: 7:30 p.m. ET
Location: Sanford Stadium, Athens, Georgia
TV Coverage: ESPN

Auburn Tigers at Georgia Bulldogs Betting Odds

Auburn +7 (-110) 45 (-110) +225
Georgia -7 (-110) 45 (-110) -265
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Auburn Tigers at Georgia Bulldogs CashBet Wagering Analysis

On this occasion, we have two marquee programs with the sportsbook odds.  Auburn was more impressive last week.  But Georgia is still considered a better team and defense.  Sharps may be intrigued with the Auburn plus points.  However, the week one performance of both teams will keep the price even.

Auburn Takes Bus Gus to Nix the Bulldogs

First-week action saw Auburn beat Kentucky 29-13 as 6-5-point home chalk.  Also paying was under the total of 46.  Kentucky outgained Auburn 384 to 324 but was -3 on turnovers.  Auburn scored the Betting on college football cover with polish.  After that War Eagle simply committed fewer mistakes.

Namely sophomore quarterback Bo Nix was 16 of 27 for 233 yards and three touchdowns.  Nix made quite a splash as a freshman.  Now he has the invaluable experience of a full season under his belt.  Seth Williams was the top target for Nix in the win.  In sum, Williams had six catches for 112 yards and two touchdowns.

Bulldogs Limp Home After Bad Overlay Win

Georgia was 27.5-point road chalk in their 37-10 win at Arkansas.  Fashion it was just deserts they failed to cover by half a point.  Junior walk-on quarterback Stetson Bennett came off the bench to save the day. To summarize Bennett was 20 of 29 for 211 yards and two touchdowns.  Arkansas was limited to 3 of 14 on third-down conversions.  But coach Kirby Smart wasn’t happy with the sloppy performance and 12 penalties.

Auburn Tigers at Georgia Bulldogs Against the Spread

Auburn has covered six of their last nine October road matchups.  While going 1-4 under the bet on NCAAF total in that situation.  War Eagle is 4-8 vs. the odds as a road dog.  And 1-5-1 under the total as away dogs.  On the SEC road, Auburn is 10-6-1 on the board.  And then AU is 2-5-1 under the total at SEC rivals.

Georgia has covered only two of their last 10 October home games.  Six of their last eight in that situation went under.  Of great concern is UGA’s mark of 2-6 vs. the line as home chalk.  Georgia has gone under five straight times as home favorites.  UGA is just 3-6 on the board hosting SEC teams.  10 of their last 12 SEC home games stayed under.

This SEC rivalry has seen Georgia pay in 11 of the last 15 meetings.  Correlate six of the last seven between these teams going under.  In sum, Georgia has covered six straight home games with Auburn.  At Sanford Stadium this matchup has gone under four consecutive times.

Auburn Tigers at Georgia Bulldogs CashBet Free Pick

In this situation, Georgia makes for a potential betting on NCAAF bargain.  Squares will be more hesitant to lay points with UGA after last week’s performance.  So too are worries about the Georgia quarterback situation.  In like manner the Auburn week one performance may inflate expectations.  And the War Eagle price tag too.  As mentioned earlier Georgia owns this series.

Tigers at Bulldogs CashBet Best Bet:  Georgia Bulldogs


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