Georgia Bulldogs Bookie News August 21: Two-Headed Running Monster

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Aug/21/2017

The Georgia Bulldogs continued to maintain around the 11th shortest odds of winning the 2018 National College Football Championship game at 22/1

For Georgia it’s all about the two-headed running monster.

Matthew Stevens of the Montgomery Advertiser writes:

Nick Chubb and Sony Michel, after running for a collective 6,336 yards the last three years, are back for their senior seasons. Last year was the first time they both made it through the season without injury but it was also their least productive year together. Georgia will need more from them in 2017 in order to challenge for the Eastern Division championship.

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