Cincinnati Bearcats vs. Georgia Bulldogs Prop Bets - Peach Bowl

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Dan Shapiro
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A Peach Bowl meeting in Atlanta on Jan. 1 is expected to draw a lot of attention nationally and represents a worthy consolation prize.

Cincinnati won the American Athletic Conference title to finish the regular season 9-0. The Bearcats remain the subject of debate as to whether the undefeated conference champions were deserving of finishing among the top four teams in the CFP after Notre Dame was soundly defeated by Clemson in the Atlantic Coast Conference championship game.

The Bearcats finished No. 8, well out of the running to become the first non-Power 5 team to make the playoff. They were the highest Group of 5 team, ahead of unbeaten and No. 12 Coastal Carolina (11-0), so the Bearcats received the opportunity to play in a New Year's Six game.

The Bearcats are led by quarterback Desmond Ridder, the AAC offensive player of the year who has 2,090 passing yards, with 17 touchdowns and 10 interceptions. He has rushed for 609 yards and a team-high 12 scores. Seven Bearcats have at least 186 yards and a touchdown receiving, led by Josh Whyle's 318 yards and five scores. Gerrid Doaks has rushed for a team-high 673 yards.

Georgia, which saw its streak of playing in three straight Southeastern Conference title games end this year, was essentially eliminated from CFP consideration with a 44-28 loss to then-No. 8 Florida on Nov. 7. Georgia also lost at then-No. 2 Alabama, 41-24, on Oct. 17, though the Bulldogs are the lone team to lead the Crimson Tide at halftime this season.

"I'll be honest, when your intention is to win the game, that's not going to change between his guys and your guys," Smart said. "Every coach is going to try to find an angle that gives their guys an edge or competitive advantage, whether that's them being ranked ahead of us or whatever. I don't know Group of Five, Power 5, all those languages, that's for (media). My language is football, and they've got a good team. They haven't been beaten."

The Bulldogs played quarterback carousel this season.

Georgia opened with D'Wan Mathis, shifted to Stetson Bennett and settled on JT Daniels, a highly touted transfer from Southern California. Daniels has energized what had been a stagnant offense that relied too much on its rushing attack led by Zamir White (730 yards, 10 TDs), James Cook (303 yards, three TDs) and Kenny McIntosh (234 yards, one TD).

Starting in the past three games, Daniels has thrown for 839 yards, nine touchdowns and an interception in wins over Mississippi State, South Carolina and then-No. 25 Missouri. Georgia averaged 41.6 in those games after the Bulldogs scored at least 40 just once in the previous six games.

Cincinnati @ Georgia Fri, Jan 01, 2021 EST

Rot First To Score Moneyline
1001 Cincinnati     +120
1002 Georgia     -150
Rot Score in 1st 5½ mins Moneyline
1003 Yes     -110
1004 No     -120
Rot First Score of the Game Moneyline
1005 TD     -250
1006 Any Other Score     +200
Rot Longest TD in the Game Moneyline
1007 Over  46½  Yards -115
1008 Under  46½  Yards -115
Rot First Scoring Play of the Game Moneyline
1009 Cincinnati TD     +165
1010 Cincinnati FG     +1000
1011 Cincinnati Any Other Score     +5000
1012 Georgia TD     +110
1013 Georgia FG     +325
1014 Georgia Any Other Score     +4500
Rot A Team to Score 3 Unanswered Times Moneyline
1015 Yes     -220
1016 No     +180
Rot Team Scoring 1st Wins Game Moneyline
1017 Yes     -200
1018 No     +165
Rot Winning Margin Moneyline
1019 Cincinnati to win by 1-6 pts     +500
1020 Cincinnati to win by 7-12 pts     +800
1021 Cincinnati to win by 13-18 pts     +1600
1022 Cincinnati to win by 19-24 pts     +3000
1023 Cincinnati to win by 25-30 pts     +4500
1024 Cincinnati to win by 31-36 pts     +7000
1025 Cincinnati to win by 37-42 pts     +9000
1026 Cincinnati to win by 43 or more pts     +10000
1027 Georgia to win by 1-6 pts     +300
1028 Georgia to win by 7-12 pts     +425
1029 Georgia to win by 13-18 pts     +450
1030 Georgia to win by 19-24 pts     +600
1031 Georgia to win by 25-30 pts     +1100
1032 Georgia to win by 31-36 pts     +1700
1033 Georgia to win by 37-42 pts     +2700
1034 Georgia to win by 43 or more pts     +3500
Rot Double Result Moneyline
1035 Cincinnati/Cincinnati     +325
1036 Cincinnati/Tie     +3000
1037 Cincinnati/Georgia     +500
1038 Tie/Cincinnati     +2000
1039 Tie/Tie     +3500
1040 Tie/Georgia     +1100
1041 Georgia/Cincinnati     +900
1042 Georgia/Tie     +3500
1043 Georgia/Georgia     -135

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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