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Georgia vs. South Carolina Betting Line: Bulldogs Spread Sees 65 Percent of Action

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Georgia vs. South Carolina Betting Line

The Georgia vs. South Carolina betting line had the Bulldogs at +2 underdog and seeing 65 percent of the action coming their way.  BetDSI.com has all your NFL betting action.  Join here now and claim up to $2500 in free bonus money Mobile and iPad wagering available. 

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This should be an exciting game with a lot of wagering action as both teams come into this one with 5-0 records and ranked 5 and 6, respectively.  Gambling911.com actually finds it somewhat surprising there is lopsided action on the Bulldogs, all things considered.

South Carolina has won the last two in this series.  Georgia won the two prior years.

When the line is between +3 and -3, Georgia has only gone 2-7 Against The Spread over the past three seasons while South Carolina is 6-2.

As an underdog over the last three years, the Bulldogs are 0-7 ATS.  As a favorite, South Carolina is 23-4 Straight Up as a favorite over these past three years.  They have not fared as well Against The Spread, but with a line of -2, that shouldn’t be much of a factor. 

Additional stats have the Bulldogs12-3-2 ATS in their last 17 games after accumulating more than 200 yards rushing in their previous game.

The Gamecocks are 5-1 ATS in their last home appearances and 6-0 ATS following a Straight Up win.  They are also 5-0 ATS vs. a team with a winning record.

Note that the UNDER is 6-0 in the last 6 meetings in South Carolina.  The total is 57 on this game

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Washington +12 Oregon Bet Now
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Georgia +2 South Carolina Bet Now
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Miami (FL) +13 Notre Dame Bet Now
Nebraska +3 Ohio State Bet Now
Georgia Tech +10 Clemson Bet Now
Oklahoma -4.5 Texas Tech Bet Now
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- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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