The Texas A&M Aggies are down to their last two games of the regular season, and boy, how tough their last two opponents are, as they will be dealing with the Georgia Bulldogs this coming weekend before taking on the LSU Tigers. The Tigers should consider this predicament as a great chance to make loud noises. Texas A&Mtwo top four teams should get the College Football Playoff committee thinking about the Aggies, right? As for the Bulldogs, they just want to avoid falling out of the top four, so expect them to go all out in Athens.
Betting Preview for the Texas A&M Aggies vs Georgia Bulldogs Week 13 College Football Game on November 23 2019
Where: Sanford Stadium, Athens
When: Saturday, November 23, 2019, 4:30 PM ET
TV Broadcast: CBS
Betting on the Texas A&M Aggies (7-3 Overall / 4-2 Conference)
The Aggies notched their fourth win in a row by taking down the South Carolina Gamecocks in College Station last Saturday, 30-6. Quarterback Kellen Mond converted 20 of 33 passes for 221 yards and a touchdown without an interception. Meanwhile, Running back Cordarrian Richardson blazed the field for 130 rushing yards and a touchdown on only six carries. Mond also had a score and 47 rushing yards on 10 carries. Overall, the Aggies burned rubber for 319 rushing yards. Georgia presents a stiffer challenge defensively for the Aggies, who will have to be more efficient on offense against the Bulldogs after an inconsistent outing. The Aggies went scoreless in the third quarter of the South Carolina game before dumping 17 points on the Gamecocks in the final period.
The Aggies are 7-3 against the spread (ATS) in their last 10 games on the road.
Betting on the Georgia Bulldogs (9-1 Overall / 6-1 Conference)
Georgia were not going to let the Auburn Tigers stand in its way to claim their third SEC East title in a row, as the Bulldogs beat the Tigers on the road last Saturday, 21-14. Bulldogs quarterback Jake Fromm churned out a solid performance again, tossing three touchdowns without an interception to go with 110 passing yards on 13-of-28 completions. Perhaps more impressive was the Bulldogs’ defense that held Auburn scoreless over the first three quarters before letting its guard down in the final period, when Georgia gave up all of the Tigers’ points in the game. Nevertheless, Georgia’s defense is a big reason for the team’s lofty status in the conference. The Bulldogs went to Week 12 ranked second in the nation with just 9.2 points allowed per game. Whatever success the Aggies had on the ground last week, the team might not be able to sustain against Georgia’s run defense that surrendered just 84 rushing yards to Auburn.
The under is 4-0 in the Bulldogs’ last four games at home.
The Bulldogs win, 34-20.
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