Since their stunning home loss to Ole Miss on September 27, the Gators (6-1 SU, 5-2 ATS) have throttled Arkansas, LSU, and Kentucky by a combined score of 152-33, easily securing three straight wins against the closing NCAA betting line. The Bulldogs have also won three straight after their September 27th home defeat to #2 Alabama.
Florida has certainly not forgotten last year’s 42-30 defeat at the hands of the Dawgs, and the snapshot of the entire Georgia (7-1 SU, 3-2-2 ATS) team celebrating after its first touchdown sits vividly in their memory banks.
This Gators defense is a lot better than last year’s version that surrendered 188 yards to Knowshon Moreno though, allowing less than 12 PPG so far this season. Tim Tebow is also 100% healthy heading into this game, as evidenced by his 228 total yard four touchdown performance against Kentucky last week.
After struggling to get their offense going in their four previous SEC games, the Bulldogs offense was firing on all cylinders last Saturday in their 52-38 NCAA wagering win against LSU. QB Matt Stafford went 17-for-26 for 249 yards and two passing touchdowns to go along with one rushing touchdown.
On the ground, RB Knowshon Moreno rolled up 163 yards on 21 carries and a touchdown to pad his SEC leading 925 rushing yards and 12 touchdowns on the season. In their last four neutral site games, the Bulldogs are 4-0 ATS against the college football betting line.
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