Yeah, okay, so this one isn’t expected to be all that close. In fact, someone pointed out that Missouri hasn’t covered the spread in a single game all season long. Throw in a run defense that leaks like a sieve and a quarterback getting his first collegiate start against Georgia’s defense for the second week in a row and you’ve got the makings of a real rout.
My only concerns about the spread stem from a worry about turnovers — three last week, remember — and Georgia running the ball so much that game time simply peels away.
Who starts at quarterback today doesn’t interest me nearly as much as seeing if any of the injured receivers make it back to the field.
Which do you think is more likely, two Georgia running backs with over 100 apiece, or a Georgia quarterback attempting more than 15 passes? Yeah, me, too.
Stay healthy, guys. Please.
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