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Georgia Bulldogs vs Tennessee Volunteers Predictions, Picks, Odds and NCAA Basketball Betting Preview – March 3, 2018

Georgia Bulldogs vs Tennessee Volunteers Predictions, Picks, Odds and NCAA Basketball Betting Preview – March 3, 2018

The Georgia Bulldogs upset Tennessee several days ago, but the bitter taste of that loss remains in the mouth of the Titans, who will eye for revenge this Saturday at home. Read on for a preview of this SEC duel below. Register to bet and wager with your pick.

Betting Preview for the Georgia Bulldogs vs Tennessee Volunteers College Basketball Game on March 3, 2018

Where: Thompson-Boling Arena

When: Saturday, March 3, 6:00PM EST

Line: Georgia Bulldogs () vs Tennessee Volunteers () –view all NCAA Basketball lines

TV Broadcast: ESPN

Betting on the Georgia Bulldogs (16-12)

It has been tough-sledding for the Bulldogs of late. They have lost two of their last three games, including one at home on Wednesday against the Texas A&M Aggies, 61-60. It was a bitter setback the Bulldogs could’ve prevented had they shot better from the field. Georgia was doomed by its 32.8 field goal shooting percentage. Tennessee’s defense poses a threat to the Bulldogs, but Georgia already has a win this season against the Vols. The Bulldogs took down Tennessee on Feb. 17 at home, 73-62, as they let the Vols taste their own medicine. Georgia is allowing just 67.5 points per game with opponents shooting just 39.5 percent from the field. Yaten Maten paces the Bulldogs with 19.5 points and 8.7 rebounds per game. He had 19 points in the win over Tennessee.

Georgia is 4-2 ATS in its last six road games against Tennessee.

Betting on the Tennessee Volunteers (21-7)

One the biggest reasons why Tennessee lost that February game against Georgia was because of Grant Williams’ no-show. Williams leads the team this season with 15.4 points per game, but only mustered five points on 1-for-8 shooting against Georgia. Williams is going to have a target on his back again, so guys like Admiral Schofield and Lamonte Turner will have to be ready. Schofield had 11 points in that game, while Turner came off the bench and fired 14 markers to pace the Vols. Unlike the Bulldogs, Tennessee has some momentum right now after going 3-0 SU in their last three games. It beat Mississippi State on Tuesday on the road, 760-54, with Schofield (13.2 PPG) erupting for 24 points.  

Tennessee is 7-3 SU and 6-4 ATS in its last 10 home games against the Bulldogs.

Writer’s Prediction

Tennessee concludes its regular season with a 70-67 win.







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