NCAA Betting Analysis For Georgia Bulldogs: News & Schedule

NCAA Betting Analysis For Georgia Bulldogs: News & Schedule

The Georgia Bulldogs come into 2022 as the defending national champions for the first time since 1981. Repeating as a national champion is extremely rare; even Alabama has only been to win back-to-back titles once during the Nick Saban era. However, Georgia fans have several reasons for optimism. They rebuilt their defensive line, bringing in Jalen Carter via the transfer portal after Jordan Davis left for the NFL after winning the Outland Trophy and the Chuck Bednarik Award. Stetson Bennett shook off all kinds of criticism to quarterback the team to a national championship, and he returns this season. Defensive coordinator Dan Lanning left to take the head job at Oregon, and Kirby Smart added Will Muschamp and Glenn Schumann as co-coordinators, which could make the defense even better. Don’t miss our College Football betting preview of each week in the Georgia season.

NCAA News: Georgia Football Season Betting Preview


Saturday, September 3: vs Oregon (in Atlanta)

Lanning meets his former team in his head coaching debut at Oregon. Playing at the home of the Atlanta Falcons really makes his a “home” game for Georgia, although another interesting wrinkle is that the Ducks plan to start Bo Nix, formerly of Auburn, at quarterback, and Nix has played Georgia before. 1-0.

Saturday, September 10: vs Samford Bulldogs

Samford comes to town to get a big check and then head back home after taking a beating. 2-0.

Saturday, September 17: at South Carolina

The first SEC date takes Georgia up to South Carolina. Shane Beamer led the Gamecocks to a Belk Bowl victory last year, and they have Spencer Rattler in from Oklahoma to play quarterback. Even so, the Georgia defense should prevail. 3-0.

Saturday, September 24: vs Kent State Golden Flashes

Kent State is all about the run, with tailbacks Xavier Williams and Marquez Cooper, who combined for over 2,000 yards on the ground last year. But they won’t make much headway against the Bulldog D. 4-0.

Saturday, October 1: at Missouri Tigers

Missouri has beaten Georgia once since joining the SEC and has lost the last five in a row, by an average margin of 28 points. 5-0.

Saturday, October 8: vs Auburn Tigers

Auburn will have played Penn State and LSU before heading to Georgia, so they might be just about out of gas. 6-0.

Saturday, October 15: vs Vanderbilt Commodores

Vanderbilt went 2-10 in Clark Lea’s head coaching debut and only played a handful of competitive conference games. 7-0.

Saturday, October 22: BYE

Saturday, October 29: vs Florida Gators (in Jacksonville)

Billy Napier is now the head coach at Florida. Can he lead the Gators to an upset? Stranger things have happened. 8-0.

Saturday, November 5: vs Tennessee Volunteers

Josh Heupel did lead the Vols to a bowl game in his first year at Tennessee. Quarterback Hendon Hooker and wideout Cedric Tilman are back for another season, and this game should decide the SEC East title. 9-0.

Saturday, November 12: at Mississippi State Bulldogs

This is an interesting detour, as Mike Leach will have something up his sleeve for Georgia. Will Rogers comes back to start at quarterback for the third year, and Mississippi State does well on both sides of the ball. 10-0.

Saturday, November 19: at Kentucky Wildcats

Kentucky has two ten-win seasons in the last four years. Star wideout Wan’Dale Robinson went on to the NFL, but Kentucky will still present a challenge. 11-0.

Saturday, November 26: vs Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets

Geoff Collins has coached Georgia Tech three times against Georgia. The scores in those games: 45-21, 52-7, 45-0. 12-0.


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