The no.1 Georgia Bulldogs are looking invincible but that doesn’t mean they can’t get upset. Will the Tennessee Volunteers become the first team to beat Georgia? Which team is going to come away with a victory from this contest? Check out our preview of this contest below.
Betting Preview for the Georgia Bulldogs vs Tennessee Volunteers NCAA Week 11 College Football Game on November 13, 2021
Where: Neyland Stadium, Knoxville
When: Saturday, November 13, 2021, 4:30 PM ET
TV Broadcast: ESPN
Betting on the Georgia Bulldogs (-20.5)
Record: 9-0 Overall / 7-0 Conference
The Bulldogs are still…well, undefeated. No one has yet to solve Georgia this season. The latest to try was the Missouri Tigers, who ended up losing to the Bulldogs, 34-6, last Saturday. Stetson Bennett went 13/19 for 255 yards and two touchdowns without an interception, while JT Daniels finally returned to action after a long absence and completed 7/11 passes for a touchdown and an interception. Bennett may continue as Georgia’s starter, but having Daniels back and healthy is a definite boost for a Georgia team averaging 38.4 points per game. As good as that sounds, the Bulldogs’ stop unit is even better this season. Georgia is allowing just 6.6 points per game this season — the best in the nation. Tennessee must be prepared to see its offense slow down in this upcoming game.
Georgia is 4-0 against the spread in its last four road games.
Betting on the Tennessee Volunteers (+20.5)
Record: 5-4 Overall / 3-3 Conference
Tennessee has found its way out of a two-game slump, as the Vols scored a 45-42 road win over the Kentucky Wildcats last Saturday. Herndon Hooker lit up the air with an explosive passing performance. He went just 15/21 but collected a total of 314 passing yards and four touchdowns without an interception. Four different receivers caught all those passing touchdowns from Hooker, and it’s the same kind of diversity downfield that the Volunteers will have to keep going this coming Saturday in order to spread out and loosen Georgia’s defense. Speaking of which, Georgia’s defense might miss the services of linebacker Adam Anderson, who was suspended in the game against Mizzou due to an off-the-field issue. Anderson is a crucial piece of Georgia’s pass rush, as he is the team’s sack leader, and without him, Hooker could have more time and space in the pocket.
The over is 3-1 in Tennessee’s last four home games.
Georgia wins, 34-13.
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