Georgia vs Georgia Tech Prediction Game Preview

Georgia vs Georgia Tech game preview, prediction, and breakdown for the Week 13 game on Saturday, November 26

Georgia vs Georgia Tech prediction, game preview, how to watch. Week 13, Saturday, November 26


Georgia vs Georgia Tech Prediction Game Preview

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Georgia vs Georgia Tech How To Watch

Date: Saturday, November 26
Game Time: 12:00 ET
Venue: Sanford Stadium, Athens, GA
How To Watch: ESPN
Record: Georgia (11-0), Georgia Tech (5-6)
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Why Georgia Tech Will Win

Georgia Tech is playing … well?

It won two of its last three games, backup QB Zach Gibson was solid in the 21-17 shocker over North Carolina, and the defense has stepped in a huge way after getting ripped up by Florida State in late October.

No, it doesn’t have the firepower to keep up with Georgia, and the inability to keep the chains moving on third downs could be a killer, but the pass rush is fine, the team is great in turnover margin and keeping the penalties to a minimum, and …

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Why Georgia Will Win

Georgia Tech doesn’t have the offense to rally back.

Georgia has shown the ability to hit on the big plays down the field and crank up the scoring drives in a flash, but it should be the running game that takes over.

Miami ran for over 200 yards on the Yellow Jacket D and won easily. Florida State ran for 246 yards and won in a blowout. Overall, Georgia Tech is 0-4 when allowing over 200 rushing yards and 1-5 when giving up 150 or more – the North Carolina win last week was the outlier.

Tennessee and Oregon were the only two teams other than Samford – Georgia didn’t exactly go full force in that – to keep the Dawgs to under 150. The ground game should average over five yards per carry, the defense will care in the rivalry game – it sure did in the 45-0 win last year – and …

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What’s Going To Happen

Get in, get this over with, and move on to the SEC Championship.

Georgia has won four straight in the series in blowout fashion, and it’ll roll here without too much of a problem.

The Georgia Tech defense will be just good enough to keep this from going crazy in the second half, but the damage will be done early.

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Georgia vs Georgia Tech Prediction, Line

Georgia 44, Georgia Tech 10
Line: Georgia -36.5, o/u: 48.5
ATS Confidence out of 5: 2
Georgia vs Georgia Tech Must See Rating (out of 5): 2.5
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SEC predictions, schedule and previews for all of the Week 13 games

SEC schedule and previews for the Week 13 games highlighted by Auburn at Alabama, LSU at Texas A&M, South Carolina at Clemson


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Results So Far
Straight Up 79-26, ATS 63-41, o/u 50-52

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Thursday, November 24

Mississippi State at Ole Miss

Prediction: Ole Miss 30, Mississippi State 27
Line: Ole Miss -2.5, o/u: 61.5
Final Score: Mississippi State 24, Ole Miss 22

Friday, November 25

Arkansas at Missouri

3:30 CBS
Line: Arkansas -3, o/u: 55.5
Final Score: COMING

Florida at Florida State

7:30 ABC
Line: Florida State -9.5, o/u: 57.5
Final Score: COMING

Saturday, November 26

Georgia Tech at Georgia

12:00 ESPN
Line: Georgia -36.5, o/u: 48.5
Final Score: COMING

South Carolina at Clemson

12:00 ABC
Line: Clemson -14.5, o/u: 51.5
Final Score: COMING

Louisville at Kentucky

3:00 SEC Network
Line: Kentucky -2.5, o/u: 43.5
Final Score: COMING

Auburn at Alabama

3:30 CBS
Line: Alabama -22.5, o/u: 49.5
Final Score: COMING

LSU at Texas A&M

7:00 ESPN
Prediction: LSU 26, Texas A&M 21
Line: LSU -9.5, o/u: 47.5
Final Score: COMING

Tennessee at Vanderbilt

7:30 SEC Network
Line: Tennessee -13.5, o/u: 64.5
Final Score: COMING

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Georgia vs Kentucky Prediction Game Preview

Georgia vs Kentucky game preview, prediction, and breakdown for the Week 12 game on Saturday, November 19

Georgia vs Kentucky prediction, game preview, how to watch. Week 12, Saturday, November 19


Georgia vs Kentucky Prediction, Game Preview

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Georgia vs Kentucky How To Watch

Date: Saturday, November 19
Game Time: 3:30 ET
Venue: Kroger Field, Lexington, KY
How To Watch: CBS
Record: Georgia (10-0), Kentucky (6-4)
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Why Georgia Will Win

This thing is leaking oil.

Kentucky was 4-0 and rolling along, but QB Will Levis got banged up and hasn’t been totally right ever since, there have been too many turnovers, and the running game has been wildly inconsistent.

Not to school shame, but things aren’t going well when you’re losing at home to Vanderbilt.

Georgia has the East wrapped up, and all that really matters is staying healthy and getting to the SEC Championship, but it should be able to pound away on the ground, rely on the defense, and keep things conservative enough to slip on by.

Of course, Georgia will want to connect on the big plays early, too.

Tennessee put Kentucky away immediately with a few big throws, Vanderbilt ran for 264 yards last week, and everyone who came up with more than 330 yards of total offense has won.

UK is 0-4 when allowing more, and 6-0 when allowing fewer.

Georgia has yet to come up with fewer than 387, and was only under 460 once – that was the win over Tennessee.

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Why Kentucky Will Win

Georgia hasn’t exactly been air tight.

The offense moves when it has to, the defense bails everyone out when mistakes are made, but the seven turnovers in the last three games are too many.

As always, Kentucky has to control the game with its style. When teams don’t come up with big yards against this D it’s because they don’t have the ball enough and don’t run enough plays.

Georgia might be able to hit the big shots, but can it get moving if it only runs 60 plays instead of 75 or so? Kentucky should keep the offense on the field for about 34 minutes or so, but …

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What’s Going To Happen

The Kentucky offensive line isn’t playing well enough.

The defensive front isn’t getting into the backfield – it’s not going to bother Stetson Bennett – and the running game isn’t getting going against this bunch.

Georgia will connect on two big plays and be methodical the rest of the way. The good Wildcat skill players won’t get enough time to work.

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Georgia vs Kentucky Prediction, Line

Georgia 38, Kentucky 13
Line: Georgia -22.5, o/u: 49.5
ATS Confidence out of 5: 2.5
Georgia vs Kentucky Must See Rating (out of 5): 3

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Results So Far
Straight Up 72-23, ATS 54-38, o/u 47-45

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Saturday, November 19

Austin Peay at Alabama

12:00 ESPN+/SEC Network
Line: TBA, o/u: TBA

East Tennessee State at Mississippi State

12:00 ESPN+/SEC Network
Line: TBA, o/u: TBA

UMass at Texas A&M

12:00 ESPN+/SEC Network+
Line: Texas A&M -32.5, o/u: 47.5

Florida at Vanderbilt

12:00 SEC Network
Line: Florida -14.5, o/u: 57.5

Georgia at Kentucky

3:30 CBS
Line: Georgia -22.5, o/u: 49.5

WKU at Auburn

4:00 SEC Network
Line: Auburn -5.5, o/u: 52.5

Tennessee at South Carolina

7:00 ESPN
Line: Tennessee -21.5, o/u: 65.5

Ole Miss at Arkansas

7:30 SEC Network
Line: Ole Miss -2.5, o/u: 60.5

New Mexico State at Missouri

7:30 ESPNU
Line: Missouri -28.5, o/u: 46.5

UAB at LSU

9:00 ESPN2
Line: LSU -14.5, o/u: 52.5

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Results So Far
Straight Up 72-23, ATS 54-38, o/u 47-45

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Saturday, November 19

Austin Peay at Alabama

12:00 ESPN+/SEC Network
Line: TBA, o/u: TBA

East Tennessee State at Mississippi State

12:00 ESPN+/SEC Network
Line: TBA, o/u: TBA

UMass at Texas A&M

12:00 ESPN+/SEC Network+
Line: Texas A&M -32.5, o/u: 47.5

Florida at Vanderbilt

12:00 SEC Network
Line: Florida -14.5, o/u: 57.5

Georgia at Kentucky

3:30 CBS
Line: Georgia -22.5, o/u: 49.5

WKU at Auburn

4:00 SEC Network
Line: Auburn -5.5, o/u: 52.5

Tennessee at South Carolina

7:00 ESPN
Line: Tennessee -21.5, o/u: 65.5

Ole Miss at Arkansas

7:30 SEC Network
Line: Ole Miss -2.5, o/u: 60.5

New Mexico State at Missouri

7:30 ESPNU
Line: Missouri -28.5, o/u: 46.5

UAB at LSU

9:00 ESPN2
Line: LSU -14.5, o/u: 52.5

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Georgia vs Mississippi State Prediction Game Preview

Georgia vs Mississippi State game preview, prediction, and breakdown for the Week 11 game on Saturday, November 12

Georgia vs Mississippi State prediction, game preview, how to watch. Week 11, Saturday, November 12


Georgia vs Mississippi State How To Watch

Date: Saturday, November 12
Game Time: 7:00 ET
Venue: Davis Wade Stadium, Starkville, MS
How To Watch: ESPN
Record: Georgia (9-0), Mississippi State (6-3)
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Georgia vs Mississippi State Game Preview

Why Georgia Will Win

The Dawgs are rolling again after owning the lines and doing a fantastic job of hitting the deep shot in the first half of the 27-13 win over Tennessee. Most importantly, the defense kept the high-powered Vols passing game to under 200 yards.

This just in – Mississippi State likes to throw the ball.

The MSU Bulldogs aren’t going to push the ball deep all that often, but they’re going to dink and dunk to slowly move the ball down the field. That’s fine – the Georgia defensive backs can tackle.

There’s a Miss State running game, but it’s not going to do anything on a consistent basis against the Georgia defensive front. To win, MSU has to hit at least 68% of its passes for 320 yards or more – it’s 6-0 when throwing for over 300 yards and 0-3 when it doesn’t.

Georgia has yet to allow anyone to come up with more than 275.

But …

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Why Mississippi State Will Win

Will there be a Georgia letdown?

Coming off the big win over Florida in the annual rivalry and the most watched game of the year in the showdown against Tennessee, the Dawgs now have their path clear. All they have to do is get to the SEC Championship, win it, and they’re in.

For all the amazing things the No. 1 team in the country can do, it’s not generating enough steady pressure. No, Mississippi State isn’t going to hit the deep shots, but as long as QB Will Rogers is able to get time to connect on midrange throws, this can work.

There were two against the Vols, but Georgia generally doesn’t come up with a slew of takeaways. Rogers has to be careful with the ball, hit his third down throws, and the home aspect has to matter.

Mississippi State is 5-0 at home, 1-3 on the road, and …

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What’s Going To Happen

Georgia is a wee bit better than anyone who made the trip to Starkville so far.

It might have a little problem getting going early on – again, don’t be stunned if there’s a little bit of an intensity lag – but it’ll come.

Stetson Bennett will continue to be solid, the defense will bend but won’t break enough to matter, and it’ll be a methodical win to lock up the SEC East.

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Georgia vs Mississippi State Prediction, Line

Georgia 34, Mississippi State 17
Line: Georgia -16.5, o/u: 53.5
ATS Confidence out of 5: 2
Georgia vs Mississippi State Must See Rating (out of 5): 3.5
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Results So Far
Straight Up 67-21, ATS 51-35, o/u 46-39 

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Saturday, November 12

Missouri at Tennessee

12:00 SEC Network
Line: Tennessee -20.5, o/u: 56.5

LSU at Arkansas

12:00 ESPN
Line: LSU -3, o/u: 63.5

Vanderbilt at Kentucky

12:00 SEC Network
Line: Kentucky -17.5, o/u: 48.5

Alabama at Ole Miss

3:30 CBS
Line: Alabama -11.5, o/u: 63.5

South Carolina at Florida

4:00 SEC Network
Line: Florida -7.5, o/u: 58.5

Georgia at Mississippi State

7:00 ESPN
Line: Georgia -16.5, o/u: 53.5

Texas A&M at Auburn

7:30 SEC Network
Line: Auburn -1.5, o/u: 49.5

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Tennessee vs Georgia Prediction Game Preview

Tennessee vs Georgia game preview, prediction, and breakdown for the Week 10 game on Saturday, November 5

Tennessee vs Georgia prediction, game preview, how to watch. Week 10, Saturday, November 5


Tennessee vs Georgia How To Watch

Date: Saturday, November 5
Game Time: 3:30 ET
Venue: Sanford Stadium, Athens, GA
How To Watch: CBS
Record: Tennessee (8-0), Georgia (8-0)
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Tennessee vs Georgia Game Preview

Why Tennessee Will Win

Wait, Tennessee has a defense, too?

Granted, the stats are a tad skewed because everyone has to bomb away to keep up against the high-powered Volunteer attack, but last week Kentucky rolled into Knoxville with the potential No. 1 overall pick in QB Will Levis, and an offensive style that was supposed to control the game, and none of it worked.

Tennessee’s offense didn’t have to go insane – it was only the second time all year the attack didn’t get to 500 yards – and it was still a light and breezy 44-6 win partly because the defense came up with three takeaways and held the Wildcats to just 205 yards of total offense.

No one’s expecting the 2000 Baltimore Raven D to show up against Georgia, but Tennessee doesn’t need to do anything amazing. It just has to force a few takeaways – two or more so far in every game but two – and it has to keep being great at coming up with third down stops. Basically, just hold serve once in a while.

Keep the pressure on with the offense, make Georgia press, and turn this into a shootout. Tennessee is better equipped for that.

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Why Georgia Will Win

Will Oregon Georgia show up?

With some due respect to the road game at South Carolina and last week’s date against Florida, it’s not like this has been the toughest of roads for the Dawgs.

They went through the motions against Kent State and Missouri, picked it back up, and now – turnovers against Florida aside – they appear to be ready to go back to being the razor-sharp machine that ripped through Oregon 49-3 to start the season.

It’s like they’ve been building for this, and now it’s time to play again.

Lost in all of the Tennessee love right now is that 1) Alabama’s secondary can be roasted deep – it was a perfect fit for the Vol passing game – and 2) It was a wee bit of a fight to get past Pitt and Florida.

There was a dominant road win at LSU, and the team has shown enough to earn the No. 1 spot in the first round of College Football Playoff rankings, but it hasn’t seen a D anywhere close to this.

Forget about the ground game against this bunch – an underappreciated key cog that makes the Vol attack go – the offense will seem like it’s never on the field against an offense that holds the ball for 35 minutes per game, the defense is second in the nation behind Illinois in points allowed, and …

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What’s Going To Happen

Great, now you made it mad.

It’s not like Georgia was going to come into this without being fulled focused, but you don’t think those rankings on Monday night might have irked the supposed No. 3 team in America just a wee bit? However …

Georgia has only been challenged once this year – Missouri hit 63% of its passes in the 26-22 loss. It wasn’t pushed like everyone thinks in the win over Kent State, but it was hardly a smooth effort. The Golden Flashes hit 68% of their throws.

Those were the only two times this season against FBS teams Georgia allowed anyone to hit the 60% mark, and now it’s going against the most efficient passing game in America with the hottest quarterback going.

Hendon Hooker will hit at least 65% of his throws and the offense will work for stretches, but the storyline will quickly pivot to the other side.

Y’all going to count out old Stetson Bennett again?

Georgia is No. 1 in the SEC in third down conversions, it’s second in the nation in total offense behind that team on the other side of the field, and the environment will be next-level jacked like nothing this Tennessee team has dealt with – the LSU game wasn’t at night.

Hooker will be terrific, and the Vols will have their moments, but Georgia’s offense will be on the field way too much.

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Tennessee vs Georgia Prediction, Line

Georgia 38, Tennessee 27
Line: Georgia -8.5, o/u: 65.5
ATS Confidence out of 5: 1.5
Tennessee vs Georgia Must See Rating (out of 5): 5
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Results So Far
Straight Up 63-18, ATS 46-33, o/u 42-36

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Saturday, November 5

Kentucky at Missouri

12;00 SEC Network
Line: Kentucky -2.5, o/u: 41.5

Florida at Texas A&M

12:00 ESPN
Line: Texas A&M -3.5, o/u: 53.5

Tennessee at Georgia

3:30 CBS
Line: Georgia -8.5, o/u: 65.5

Liberty at Arkansas

4:00 SEC Network
Line: Arkansas -13.5, o/u: 63.5

Alabama at LSU

7:00 ESPN
Line: Alabama -12.5, o/u: 57.5

Auburn at Mississippi State

7:30 ESPN2
Line: Auburn -13.5, o/u: 51.5

South Carolina at Vanderbilt

7:30 SEC Network
Line: South Carolina -6.5, o/u: 47.5

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Georgia vs Florida Prediction, Game Preview

Georgia vs Florida game preview, prediction, and breakdown for the Week 9 game on Saturday, October 29

Georgia vs Florida prediction, game preview, how to watch. Week 9, Saturday, October 29


Georgia vs Florida How To Watch

Date: Saturday, October 29
Game Time: 3:30 ET
Venue: TIAA Bank Field, Jacksonville, FL
How To Watch: CBS
Record: Georgia (7-0), Florida (4-3)
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Georgia vs Florida Game Preview

Why Florida Will Win

Can the Gator offensive line take over for stretches?

It’s been amazing at keeping defenses out of the backfield and strong for the ground game, paving the way for over 200 yards against everyone but Tennessee – the passing attack was too hot in that – and in the slugfest loss to Kentucky.

Georgia’s run defense has been terrific, but it hasn’t faced anyone who can run all that well other than Oregon. That might have been an ugly blowout, but the Ducks were able to get to 140 yards and had a little bit of success.

Florida has to start running, the style creates big spaces for the backs to move through, and …

Yeah, that sounds nice, but QB Anthony Richardson has to be the best player on the field.

He has been all over the place with the passing game, and he’s been running well enough to continue to be a threat. The line has to do it’s job, but he needs to be unstoppable because …

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Why Georgia Will Win

Florida’s defense will seem like it’s on the field for most of the game.

The group is having nightmare of a time coming up with a third down stop, and now it’s going against one of the best offenses in the country at converting its third down chances It’s No. 1 in the nation in time of possession.

There’s a great combination of explosion and ball control, and it’s all about to work against this D.

The Dawgs almost certainly won’t have turnover issues – there’s been just one interception, and five of the six turnovers on the year came in the sleepy wins over Kent State and Missouri.

As long as Stetson Bennett isn’t forcing anything, he should be able hit the midrange throws the Gators will allow, the ground attack that’s averaging over six yards per carry should take some of the heat off, and …

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What’s Going To Happen

Georgia rolled through Auburn and Vanderbilt by a combined score of 97-10 to get everything back on track before going into the two week break.

It’s still not totally healthy – star DT Jalen Carter continues to be questionable – but the lines are going to be rested, the team got to take a collective deep breath, and now it’s on.

Florida, then Tennessee, then at Mississippi State, then at Kentucky, then Georgia Tech. This is just the first step of a very, very long road to get where it needs to be, but this is when the intimidation factor kicks back in.

No one really paid attention to those wins over Auburn and Vandy. People will be watching this.

It won’t be a total wipeout, but the Dawgs will look like they’re ready to kick it all in with an efficient day from the offense and a strong performance from the defensive front to keep Richardson from going off.

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Georgia vs Florida Prediction, Line

Georgia 38, Florida 16
Line: Georgia -22.5, o/u: 56.5
ATS Confidence out of 5: 2
Georgia vs Florida Must See Rating (out of 5): 4
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