Georgia Bulldogs 2018 College Football Win Loss Odds Prediction

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The Georgia Bulldogs win/loss odds for the 2018 College Football season were 10.5 -130 on the OVER while the UNDER is priced at EVEN.  Their odds were at 8/1 odds of winning the College Football Championship. 

2018 Schedule Georgia Bulldogs

Sept. 1 Austin Peay
Sept. 8 at South Carolina
Sept. 15 Middle Tennessee
Sept. 22 at Missouri
Sept. 29 Tennessee
Oct. 6 Vanderbilt
Oct. 13 at LSU
Oct. 27 vs. Florida (in Jacksonville)
Nov. 3 at Kentucky
Nov. 10 Auburn
Nov. 17 UMass
Nov. 24 Georgia Tech

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Talent? Yes, Experience? No.

The good news here is that the schedule is relatively soft.  On paper at least, 11 wins should happen.  In fact, there is little reason why it wouldn't.  LSU is on the road is the only game the Bulldogs should be listed as the underdog.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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