Georgia Bulldogs vs. Florida Gators: College Football Week 10 Betting Odds and Predictions
Georgia Bulldogs vs. Florida Gators
Saturday, 11/2/13, 3:30 PM EST
Opening Point Spread: Georgia -2.5
Current Betting Line: Georgia -2.5
Opening Total: 47
Current Total: 47.5
Odds Courtesy of Bookmaker
The last time both Georgia and Florida were unranked when they played each other was in 2010, which is important to consider when looking over the college football betting lines in Week 10. This is also only the second time in the series when both teams had a bye before the game at EverBank Field, while Georgia attempts to win three consecutive games over Florida for the first time since 1987-89. Georgia is 17-6 SU and 12-10-1 ATS versus Southeastern Conference foes over the last two-plus seasons, with the UNDER going 12-10-1 in that situation.
The Bulldogs are led by senior quarterback Aaron Murray, who has already set the SEC’s all-time mark with 12,327 yards of total offense. Georgia is minus-five in turnover margin this season, which is 13th in the conference, while its opponent Saturday is tied for sixth in that particular category at plus-one. In his 32 wins as a starter, Murray has 88 touchdowns and just 18 interceptions.
Florida scored just 23 combined points in losing a pair of road games against the Missouri Tigers and LSU Tigers, while losing the statistical battle by a combined 436 yards over that span. The Gators three losses this season have all come on the road to teams currently ranked in the Top 15, which is important to consider when making your college football betting picks Saturday afternoon. Offensively, the team ranks 109th in the country in averaging just 336.9 yards per game, with its passing offense providing just 175.4 through the air. Florida is 6-2 SU and 1-7 ATS in November since 2011.
The Gators have been hit hard by injuries this season, with eight players suffering season-ending injuries, including five potential starters. Florida will need a big game from quarterback Tyler Murphy to pull off the mild upset in this affair, as the junior has completed 69-of-110 passes for 737 yards with five touchdowns and two interceptions. On the other side of the football, the defense leads the conference in allowing just 273.1 yards per game.
Sports bettors will likely back the Gators due to the Bulldogs being 1-6 ATS in their last seven games following a bye week.
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