UGA vs. Tennessee Prop Bets, Betting Preview

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Mary Montgomery
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A big game on tap this weekend between Tennessee and Georgia.  The Bulldogs come into this one as a pretty steady -10 point favorite and seeing better than 90% of the spread action mid-week.


What's at Stake?

Georgia extended its streak of weeks being top-ranked in the AP Top 25 to 22 on Sunday, giving the Bulldogs the second-longest run of being No. 1 in the 87-year history of the college football poll.

Georgia (10-0, 7-0 Southeastern Conference, No. 2 CFP) already has secured its SEC championship game matchup against No. 8 Alabama on Dec. 2 in Atlanta. 

The Bulldogs odds of winning the College Football Playoff Championship offered a potential payout of $260 for every $100 bet.  Michigan is slightly favored around +220.

Tennessee’s recent performance against Missouri was lackluster.  They've lost three so far this season.  They are 6-4 Against The Spread, however.  Compare that to Georgia being 4-6 ATS heading into this game.  

Vols bowl projections have them playing in either the Gator Bowl in Jacksonville or Music City Bowl in Nashville with the likelihood they close having four losses.

BetUS Preview

BetUS host Gary Segars, and expert handicappers Kyle Hunter and Parker Fleming preview the College Football Week 12 game between Georgia and Tennessee. They'll go over the best value college football odds available and betting trends and share their College Football expert predictions, picks and best bets. 

Line Analysis

The actual line here is UGA -10, up from -9.5.  Circa is one of the few books to move the line to 10.5 and 11. DraftKings is another.

Overlays in this region have little edge with our model, thus this game will mostly be ignored by us as far as offering any plays.

UGA vs. Tennessee Player and Game Props

The Bulldogs Carson Beck's total passing yards is set at 284.5. 

Beck has passed for 3,027 yards while completing 72.2% of his throws (231-of-320), with 18 touchdowns and five interceptions (302.7 yards per game).

Tennessee's Joe Milton III's passing yards number is 206.5. 

Milton’s 46-yard touchdown pass to Dont’e Thornton Jr. was the only good thing to really come out of the 36-7 loss to Mizzou. 

Head to Heads

Most Receiving Yards: Brock Bowers (UGA) vs Ramel Keyton (TEN)



Most Receiving Yards: Brock Bowers (UGA) vs Marquarius White (TEN)



Most Passing TDs: Carson Beck (UGA) vs Joe Milton III (TEN)



Most Passing Yards: Carson Beck (UGA) vs Joe Milton III (TEN)



Most Rushing Yards: Daijun Edwards (UGA) vs Jaylen Wright (TEN)



Most Receiving Yards: Dominic Lovett (UGA) vs Ramel Keyton (TEN)



Most Receiving Yards: Dominic Lovett (UGA) vs Marquarius White (TEN)



Most Receiving Yards: Ladd McConkey (UGA) vs Marquarius White (TEN)



Most Receiving Yards: Ladd McConkey (UGA) vs Ramel Keyton (TEN)



Most Receiving Yards: Marquarius White (TEN) vs Rara Thomas (UGA)



Most Receiving Yards: Ramel Keyton (TEN) vs Rara Thomas (UGA)



- Mary Montgomery,

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