The Georgia Bulldogs will be looking for their win No. 4 this weekend when they travel to Nashville for a showdown against an upset-seeking Vanderbilt Commodores. Check out our preview of this game below.
Betting Preview for the Georgia Bulldogs vs Vanderbilt Commodores NCAA Week 4 College Football Game on September 25, 2021
Where: Vanderbilt Stadium, Nashville
When: Saturday, September 25, 2021, 12:00 PM ET
TV Broadcast: ESPN
Betting on the Georgia Bulldogs (-34)
Record: 3-0 Overall / 1-0 Conference
Georgia keeps on rolling. The Bulldogs are now 3-0 to start the season following their 40-13 win at home over the South Carolina Gamecocks last Saturday. Things started off the right foot for Georgia this season. The team opened it all up with a 10-3 victory over the Clemson Tigers before ripping the UAB Blazers (56-7) and the win against the Gamecocks. Now, Georgia will look to score its first win in a true road game. The Bulldogs have a nice trend going for them for this date with Vandy. They have won nine of their last 10 road games against Vanderbilt. Moreover, Georgia has covered the spread in its last two games against the Commodores away from home. Georgia’s defense has been brutal for opponents thus far this season. Limiting Clemson to only three points was not a fluke, but was just a start for Georgia, it seems. Then there’s Georgia’s offense with JT Daniels at the helm. Daniels went 23/31 for 303 yards and a touchdown and interception against South Carolina. He could make noise again against Vanderbilt’s defense that’s allowing over 430 total yards per game.
Georgia is 4-2 against the spread in its last six games overall.
Betting on the Vanderbilt Commodores (+34)
Record: 0-0 Overall / 1-2 Conference
After an embarrassing 23-3 home loss to the East Tennessee State Buccaneers in Week 1, the Commodores split their next two games. They defeated the Colorado State Rams in Week 2 (24-21) then absorbed a 41-23 loss at home at the hands of the Stanford Cardinal. Vanderbilt had 388 total yards despite the loss to Stanford. The Commodores even had better third-down numbers (5/18), were more efficient on fourth downs (4/4), and more first downs (23) than Stanford. It’s just that Vanderbilt could not stop the Cardinal’s run game, which had 204 rushing yards and three touchdowns. Still, the offense did look good enough n that game for Vanderbilt for the Commodores to feel confident about their chances to have its moments against Georgia’s defense. Vandy had two players rushing for at least 70 yards against Stanford. Rocko Griffin had 107 rushing yards on 19 carries, while Re’Mahn Davis rushed 12 times for 76 yards and a touchdown.
Vanderbilt is 4-4 against the spread in its last eight games overall. The under is 4-2 in the Commodores’ last six contests.
Georgia wins, 33-13.
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