The top-ranked Georgia Bulldogs will travel to Bobby Dodd Stadium on Saturday afternoon to take on the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets in a rivalry game.
The Bulldogs are a perfect 11-0 and are coming off a 56-7 home win over the Charleston Southern Buccaneers. Senior quarterback Stetson Bennett went 8-of-14 for 105 yards with two touchdowns and an interception.
The Yellow Jackets are 3-8 and are riding a five-game losing streak after losing on the road to the Notre Dame Fighting Irish 55-0. Freshman quarterback Jordan Yates went 14-of-28 for 96 yards and an interception.
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Junior running back Zamir White has been crushing it this season as he has 122 rushing attempts for 657 yards (5.4 yards per carry) with ten rushing touchdowns and four catches for 33 yards (8.3 yards per reception). In his last game against Charleston Southern, White had four runs for 83 yards (20.8 yards per attempt) and a rushing touchdown, as well as a two-yard reception.
The Georgia Bulldogs have been nothing short of incredible this season as they are allowing just 7.5 points per game. In their previous game against the Charleston Southern Buccaneers, they gave up seven points on 126 total yards of offense (58 passing, 68 rushing).
The Bulldogs dominated as they forced the Buccaneers to go just 3-of-20 on third down and 0-of-1 on fourth down. Georgia dominated against the passing attack as they gave up 1.6 passing yards per attempt.
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Junior wide receiver Malachi Carter has been playing very well this year as he has 38 catches for 494 yards (13 yards per reception) with two receiving touchdowns. In his last game against Notre Dame, Carter finished with just three receptions for 29 yards (9.7 yards per catch).
The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets have been struggling to get stops on the defensive side of the field as they are giving up 32.5 points per game. In their previous game against the Notre Dame Fighting Irish, Georgia Tech allowed 55 points on 514 total yards of offense (302 passing, 212 rushing).
The Fighting Irish moved the ball extremely well as they went 5-of-11 on third down attempts and converted their only fourth down try. The biggest issue for the Yellow Jackets was the fact they allowed 6.4 rushing yards per carry.
Who to Bet on Bulldogs at Yellow Jackets
The Georgia Bulldogs are considered a monster favorite in this game on the road, according to the top sportsbooks across the United States.
The defenses are going to be the major separation as the Bulldogs have allowed 50 total points in their last five games (10 points per game) while the Yellow Jackets are giving up 203 total points (40.6 points per game), including 55 in their last game against another top-10 program.
The Bulldogs are 10-0 against the spread in their last ten road games against the Yellow Jackets so go with the number-one ranked Georgia Bulldogs to cover the spread in this game.