The Georgia Bulldogs will look to keep their record undefeated this season, as they march to Williams-Brice Stadium for a showdown with the upset-seeking South Carolina Gamecocks. Check out our preview of this Georgia vs. South Carolina 2022 college football game below.
Betting Preview for the Georgia Bulldogs vs South Carolina Gamecocks NCAA Week 2 College Football Game on September 17, 2022
Where: Williams-Brice Stadium
When: Saturday, September 17, 2022, 12:00 PM ET
TV Broadcast: ESPN
Betting on the Georgia Bulldogs (-24)
Record: 2-0 Overall / 0-0 Conference
Georgia is still undefeated through two games in the 2022 college football season. After embarrassing the Oregon Ducks in a 49-3 win in Week 1, the Bulldogs demolished, as expected, the Samford Bulldogs at home, 33-0. Unlike the other ranked programs in Week 2 that got upset at home by unranked opponents, Georgia flexed its muscles from start to finish versus Samford. Stetson Bennett went 24/34 for 300 passing yards and a touchdown without an interception versus Samford, while Georgia’s defense held Samford to only 128 total yards. That same stout defense has allowed just three points so far this season, and it’s definitely going to cause South Carolina plenty of issues for South Carolina that coughed up the ball numerous times in Week 2.
Georgia is 3-1 against the spread in its last three games overall. The Under is 7-3 in Georgia’s last 10 games overall.
Betting on the South Carolina Gamecocks (+24)
Record: 1-1 Overall / 0-0 Conference
South Carolina missed on an opportunity to keep its slate clean and score an upset win over a ranked team last Saturday, as the Gamecocks lost to the Arkansas Razorbacks at Fayetteville, 44-30. That brings South Carolina to 1-1. The Gamecocks opened their season with a 35-14 victory over the Georgia State Panthers. The Gamecocks are undoubtedly huge underdogs against Georgia, but they showed in moments in the Arkansas game that they can hang with a solid program. The Gamecocks had a total of four touchdowns against Arkansas, three rushing and one passing. Pay attention to Gamecocks wide receiver Antwane Wells Jr., who had 189 receiving yards and a touchdown reception versus Arkansas. He now has 244 receiving yards on 15 catches through two games.
South Carolina is 3-2 against the spread in its last five games overall.
Georgia wins, 34-7.
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