The Bulldogs will be looking to prove something to the poll voters after falling from #1 to #3 despite starting the season with three victories. The Sun Devils will be looking to bounce back from a shocking home defeat to UNLV where the NCAA lines saw them close as 25-point home favorites.
After losing to the Gamecocks 16-12 at home last season, Georgia avenged the defeat with a 14-7 win over South Carolina last weekend. Human highlight reel and Heisman candidate RB Knowshon Moreno took charge in the low scoring affair by compiling 92 total yards and scoring Georgia’s lone touchdown in the game.
The Bulldog defense was lights out stopping the run as well by holding South Carolina to 18 yards on 16 carries. Since last season, the Bulldogs are now 9-5 ATS against the college football betting line for those that gamble on college football.
Arizona State is still trying to recover from their 23-20 loss to UNLV which dashed any BCS Title hopes for the team and knocked them out of the Top 25. Senior QB Rudy Carpenter is the conductor of their high octane offense, but was only able to complete 13-of-23 passes against UNLV; his lowest number of completed passes since 2006.
After surrendering 345 yards per game last season, the defense was once again porous giving up 345 total yards and 20 first downs to the Runnin’ Rebels. Including 2007, last week’s loss makes the Sun Devils 6-3 ATS off the closing NCAA odds for NCAA football betting fans.
Right now, the Bulldogs are seven-point road favorites in this primetime affair. This game and every other game in Week 4 of the 2008 NCAA football gambling season can be wagered upon at Sports-Gambling.com Sportsbook, the one stop shop for sportsbettors.
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