South Carolina vs. UGA Betting Line – Week 10 College Football

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Gambling911.com has your South Carolina vs. Georgia betting line for Saturday’s big game.

The Bulldogs cannot take this one for granted.  As a -23.5 favorite, it should be noted that the Gamecocks have just two losses on the season.

Undefeated Georgia, which entered the week ranked second in both major polls, is now No. 1. Kirby Smart's team holds the top spot in the initial College Football Playoff rankings, released Tuesday night.

The Gamecocks have won three straight since losing to Texas A&M and are on the upswing in their second year under head coach Will Muschamp.

"Each week for us is all the same. Every week is a season as far as how we approach things. Certainly, we have respect for all of our opponents. We have respect for Georgia," Muschamp said.

“At the end of the day, it comes back to our preparation and how we prepare. ... I know our guys will go compete, and we plan on showing up."

Georgia in the past two years has beaten South Carolina by 14 and 32 points, respectively.

Don’t expect an upset from SC in terms of an outright win.  As an underdog of 21.5 to 31 points, the Gamecocks are 0-8 Straight Up (2-6 Against The Spread)

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com


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