NCAA Football 2019 Georgia Bulldogs Win Total
Line and Odds: Under 10.5 wins +150, Over 10.5 wins -182
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The 2018 NCAA Football season ended roughly as everyone expected, Clemson and Alabama duking it out for the title. The Georgia Bulldogs were a team that many believe got robbed of a playoff spot and chance to play in that game, but were they really?
The Dawgs came off a disappointing end to the 2017 season losing to Alabama in a heartbreaking affair at the National Championship. They came in hot looking for revenge in 2018 and many believed once again they’d be a team to look out for. Coming into the year ranked 3 expectations were high and they lived up to them winning 6 straight moving up to No. 2 in the country before taking a trip to Baton Rouge to play the 13th ranked LSU Tigers. There they fell to LSU in one of the worst performances by a Kirby Smart lead Georgia team. Jake Fromm showed us that he was finally human after going only 16-34 and throwing two pics.
After the rough go in Louisiana, the Dawgs got back to business winning 5 straight and securing a spot in the SEC championship game. There they would face their kryptonite once again in a winner take all scenario, Alabama. Had Alabama lost they would have most likely still ended up in the playoff unless a complete disaster were to happen during conference championship week but the game was incredibly important nonetheless.
As previously done against the Tide, Georgia came out firing and put up a 21-7 deficit before half time. In that time they had proven their excellence and ability to not only shut down the best offense in the nation but run up and down the field on the best defense. After Tagovailoa was pulled due to injury, Jalen Hurts pulled off the reverse of what happened in the National Title game were he was replaced and Tua was the hero. Hurts lead a comeback and was the hero himself sending Georgia to the Sugar Bowl were they would go on to lose in a low effort game rather than sharing a playoff bracket with them.
At the end of the day Georgia still hit the OVER for the win total on the year that was set at 10.5. Will they do it again this year? Lets find out.
Under 10.5 Wins (+150)
This is the University of Georgia. A school that sits in the North East region of a state that LOVES to choke a victory. Between the Braves, Falcons, Bulldogs, Eagles, Yellow Jackets, Hawks, Thrashers, and Panthers this state has seen a whole lot of losing and missed opportunities to bring home the big one. It almost seems cursed.
For the Bulldogs, it seems as though each year they suffer a mid-season loss that sets back their quest for a title. Since 2012 Georgia has suffered a week 6, 7 or 8 loss 6 out of the 7 years. When they lose they lose big time and to a team that they shouldn’t necessarily be losing to. In hand, this demoralizes the team and at times can set the tone for the season and has led to more losses in the past.
This year there are teams on the schedule like Florida, Kentucky, and Texas A&M that have a dark horse vibe to them. Going into last year you would have thought that these teams weren’t going to be a threat in the near future, making UGAs upcoming schedule look like a cake walk. Now as the new season approaches and last year is complete we’ve come to realize how talented some of these overlooked teams are and the tough road ahead for Georgia.
Over 10.5 Wins (-182)
Despite the schedule, Georgia is a heavy favorite to go undefeated and into the CFP. They do possess the second hardest schedule in the SEC having to face out of conference/cross division opponents in Notre Dame, Auburn, and Texas A&M as well as in conference teams like Florida and Kentucky. At the end of the day, the talent on those teams roster compared to that of Georgias almost aren’t comparable.
Jake Fromm is coming off a stellar sophomore campaign and will be at the peak of his college career this year. He eclipsed 2,700 yards through the air on 67.3% of attempts in a run-heavy offense that consisted of TWO thousand yard rushers. Fromm is often compared to Drew Brees and for very good reason, not to mention his Peyton Manning-like sixth sense at the line.
Georgia lost a lot of talent to the NFL this year but still possess one of the best runnings back groups in the country featuring Deandre Swift and Zamir White surrounded by fantastic receivers and in some peoples eyes the best quarterback in the country. Being able to bring in and sign so many top recruits on the defensive side of the ball should help round out quite possibly the best Georgia team we’ve seen since the Buck Belue and Herschel Walker era.
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This University of Georgia football team has the roster and coaching staff of an absolute dynasty. For those that have followed the SEC for a while, you can attest to the fact that this team has a chance to do it. It may not be a national championship this year, but a playoff run is definitely in the cards. If Jake Fromm decides to stay for his senior year you can expect the Dawgs back in the Title game next season. For now, you can expect them to eclipse the 10.5 wins on their way to a new years six bowl at the very least, a playoff run or potential miracle run to the National Title game.
PICK: Over 10.5 Wins
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