Bet the UGA Bulldogs vs. Florida Week 9 2018, Predictions, Latest Odds

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Ean Lamb
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Georgia is a -6.5 favorite vs Florida.  The Gators are a solid 6-1 Straight Up and Against The Spread this season.  Florida is 6-1 both Straight Up and Against The Spread.   This game is being played in Jacksonville.

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UGA So Far This Season

From "If you're looking for the one thing Georgia has that top-ranked Alabama doesn't, don't get hung up on offense or defense. Instead, look to special teams, where Blankenship has become a weapon for the Bulldogs. Whether it's a projected SEC title game against the Tide or even this weekend's tilt against Florida, his ability to put points on the board when the offense stalls out is invaluable. No one has made more field goals between 40-49 yards in the SEC (6) than the redshirt junior."

Georgia Odds to Win the Championship

14-1 or $140 for every $10 bet is the payout to win the Championship.

Line Movement

Books have hovered between -6.5 and -7 throughout the week. 70% of the action as on Georgia.

Florida vs. Georgia Betting Trends

UGA demolished Florida last season but the Gators won the previous three meetings.

From "Both coaches dragged out the fact that the team with the most rushing yards has won 10 straight in this series and paraded it front of their teams all week as justification for their emphasis on rushing the ball, stopping the run and being the more physical team. And yes, Florida-Georgia is a very physical game, and controlling the line of scrimmage is critical. But it's also a chippy game, and Georgia's leaders are the ones preaching composure hard this week. Dan Mullen is not as experienced in SEC country, having only seen this rivalry as an assistant coach. Kirby Smart grew up in it, and he has lived it as a fan, a player, an alum, an assistant and a head coach. Smart really "gets" Florida-Georgia, and that's no small part of what will make series wins hard to come by for the Gators as long as he's in Athens."

- Ean Lamb,

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