Georgia Vs Florida | College Football Week 10 Betting Odds & Pick
8 Georgia Bulldogs At 6 Florida Gators Betting Preview
The door is open for either Georgia or Florida to get back into the College Football Playoff conversation.
After the surprising loss by Oklahoma last week, it seems like a playoffs team with one loss in their resume is a real possibility. The winner of this SEC showdown will continue their quest to enter the final four. Meanwhile, the loser will likely be out of options.
Let’s breakdown the Georgia vs. Florida matchup, lines, and our betting prediction:
Georgia (6-1) Vs. Florida (7-1) Betting Lines
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What The NCAAF Odds Say About Georgia Vs. Florida Matchup
Georgia opened -4.5 on a neutral field, but the betting line has been climbing fast. The Bulldogs are now -6.5 in most markets. Still, none of the oddsmakers have moved it to a touchdown difference. There are some with Georgia -6, but not many.
So far, 54% of the betting public is taking Florida with the points.
Georgia Bulldogs’ Edge Against Florida
Georgia knows their loss against South Carolina two weeks ago was catastrophic for the program’s chances to get into the playoffs. However, they are back in the game.
The route back comes with a win against Florida, followed by a victory at Auburn in two weeks. Then a win over Alabama or LSU in the SEC Championship Game would be the last step to reaching the playoffs.
Defense Is Carrying The Team
Georgia’s offense has struggled in recent weeks. Their defense remains the unit that can carry them to the postseason.
The Bulldogs defense gives up 10.6 points per game, and last week they shut down Kentucky in a 21-0 victory.
Give The Ball To Swift
If the Bulldogs want to have success on offense, their best opportunity is giving the ball to RB D’Andre Swift. He has become the best player on that side of the ball. Swift has averaged 146.0 rushing yards in the last two games and found the end zone three times.
Florida Gators’ Edge Against Georgia
Unlike Georgia, this might be the last challenging game of the regular season for Florida. The Gators already took care of Auburn. Their only loss of the season was against LSU, which they sold at a high price.
Gator Defense Going Up Against Weak Georgia Offense
The Gators defense has allowed 22.6 points per game in their last three outings. Those games were against Auburn, LSU, and South Carolina. If we add the upcoming game against Georgia, this is by far the hardest stretch of the season for them.
Florida’s defense gets a Georgia offense that has struggled a lot over the last two games. The Bulldogs have averaged 19.0 points per game in the two outings, which is a number that doesn’t scare anybody.
Offense Has Options On The Field
An underrated featured about the Gators is the amount options they have on offense, particularly in their receiving corps.
Eight different players caught balls from junior QB Kyle Trash in last week’s win 38-27 over South Carolina. Trash threw four TD passes, all to different receivers.
Georgia At Florida NCAAF Week 10 Prediction
It’s been two years since Florida beat Georgia. This might be an excellent opportunity to get the momentum back in this rivalry.
Looking At The Offensive Lines
The Bulldogs’ offense has stalled over the last two games, mostly due to the lack of creativity in the playcalling.
Florida is not an offensive machine, but they will put together enough drives to force Georgia to be better than they have been in the last couple of weeks.
Great SEC Matchup
This is an SEC matchup where both teams have better defenses than their offenses. Florida handled Auburn, who is not an easy team to beat and fought hard against LSU, making the Tigers uncomfortable all night.
Georgia still hasn’t proved they are ready to beat good teams this season. Their only win over a ranked team this year was against Notre Dame. After the Irish’s abysmal performance against Michigan last week, that win doesn’t look impressive anymore.
This a rivalry game is on a neutral field, with two teams that look even. I’m taking the points. Bet Florida +6.5.
Our NCAAF Pick: Florida Gators +6.5
Georgia Vs. Florida Game Information
- Date: Saturday, November 2, 2019
- Game Time: 3:30 PM ET
- Venue: TIAA Bank Field, Jacksonville, FL
- TV: CBS
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