This is a little encouraging.
Georgia has covered the number in four of the last five meetings in this series when played at Sanford Stadium.
The Bulldogs received a major performance from senior quarterback Hutson Mason, as he threw for a career-high four touchdown passes versus the Wildcats, while freshman running back Nick Chubb has tallied four consecutive 100-yard games on the ground. It’s important to point out that Georgia has scored 62 points off 19 turnovers this year.
Sports bettors will likely back the Bulldogs due to the favorite being 5-0 ATS in the last five meetings of this Southeastern Conference rivalry.
Depending on the sportsbook, Georgia is anywhere from a 1 to 2.5 point favorite right now.