Game Time: 3:30 pm ET, Saturday, November 13, 2021
Venue: Neyland Stadium, Knoxville, TN
Where to Watch: CBS
Opening Odds at USA Sportsbooks
DraftKings: Point Spread: Georgia -20.5, Tennessee +20.5; Over/Under: 55 points
Bet365: Point Spread: Georgia -20.5, Tennessee +20.5; Over/Under: 55 points
BetMGM: Point Spread: Georgia -20.5, Tennessee +20.5; Over/Under: 54.5 points
Georgia Bulldogs: 9-0 (1st place, SEC East)
Tennessee Volunteers: 5-4 (3rd place, SEC East)
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Georgia Bulldogs vs Tennessee Volunteers Preview and Analysis
Georgia Bulldogs: won at home on Nov. 6 against the Missouri Tigers 43-6.
Tennessee Volunteers: won on the road on Nov. 6 against the Kentucky Wildcats 45-42.
Georgia Bulldogs Analysis
Georgia is coming into this game with a 9-0 record overall and they are 2-0 in their road games this season where they will be in this game. This will be their 8th conference matchup of the year and they are currently 7-0 in their conference games this season. They have won every game they have played this season and are the only undefeated team left in the SEC this year. They are coming into this one on that 9 game winning streak this season, coming off of another big win in their last game. Stetson Bennett played well in that game as he completed 13/19 passes for 255 yards and 2 touchdowns. JT Daniels also got some snaps at the quarterback position and he completed 7/11 passes for 82 yards, 1 touchdown and 1 interception. James Cook led the team in rushing with 41 yards and 1 touchdown on 9 carries while Zamir White also ran in 1 TD on the ground in that one. Jermaine Burton led the receivers with 76 yards and 1 touchdown on 3 receptions while Ladd McConkey and Arian Smith both caught the other touchdown passes with 1 each. Dan Jackson led the defense in that game with 6 solo tackles. Travon Walker and Jamon Dumas-Johnson both had the only sacks in that game for them with 1 each while no one on the defense came away with an interception for them in that one. They have scored 346 points in their 9 games this season averaging 38.4 PPG and they have allowed their opponents to score 59 points against them allowing 6.6 PPG. Their offense is averaging 430.3 YPG while their defense is allowing 232.4 YPG.
Tennessee Volunteers Analysis
Tennessee is coming into this game with a 5-4 record overall and they are 3-2 in their home games this season where they will be in this game. This will be the 7th conference matchup on their schedule this year and they are currently 3-3 in their conference games this season. They have lost 2 of their last 3 games and are coming into this one off of a win in their last game which snapped a 2 game losing streak that they were on. Hendon Hooker played great in their last game as he completed 15/20 passes for 316 yards and 4 touchdowns. Jabari Small led the team in rushing with 55 yards and 1 touchdown on 4 carries. Velus Jones Jr. had a nice day as he led the receivers with 100 yards and 1 touchdown on 5 receptions while Cedric Tillman had 79 yards and 1 touchdown on 6 receptions. JaVonta Payton and Jacob Warren both caught the other touchdown passes with 1 each. Jeremy Banks and Aaron Beasley both led the defense in that game with 6 solo tackles and 8 assisted ones each. Byron Young led the defense in sacks in that game with 2 while Alontae Taylor came away with the only interception for them in that one. They have scored 344 points in their 9 games this season averaging 38.2 PPG and they have allowed their opponents to score 254 points against them allowing 28.2 PPG. Their offense is averaging 474.2 YPG while their defense is allowing 418 YPG.
Georgia vs Tennessee Prediction
Georgia is coming into this game as a 20.5 point favorite with the current betting odds according to Draftkings Sportsbook. They have been smashing every team that they play and they have the best defense in the nation. Tennessee has been playing well in their games but they are going up against a defense that they have not seen anything like it this season. They are going to struggle to score any points on this Georgia defense. Georgia will eventually pull away as the game goes on as The Vols will not be able to score any points on them to keep this a close game. The best bet to place in this game is on Georgia to cover the spread here.
Georgia Tennessee Prediction: Our NCAAF Pick for Saturday, November 13, 2021 (3:30 pm ET start time) is Georgia 41 Tennessee 7.
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NCAAF Betting Trends
Georgia Bulldogs: 186-173 ATS in all games. 55-39 ATS when the total is between 49.5 and 56. 146-136 ATS as a favorite. 54-35 ATS as a road favorite. 76-52 ATS in road games. 26-8 ATS in a road game where the total is between 49.5 and 56.
Tennessee Volunteers: 172-181 ATS in all games. 40-50 ATS when the total is between 49.5 and 56. 55-63 ATS as an underdog. 15-26 ATS as a home underdog. 85-106 ATS in home games.
Georgia Bulldogs: J. Robinson (WR) Ques Sat - Hamstring injury. J. Salyer (OL) Ques Sat - Foot injury. W. McClendon (OL) Ques Sat - Upper Body injury.
Tennessee Volunteers: K. Harris (OL) Out indefinitely - Undisclosed injury. L. Whitehead (RB) Ques Sat - Undisclosed injury. C. Charles (DB) Ques Sat - Undisclosed injury. J. Mitchell (LB) out for season - Undisclosed injury.
"I think ... their game plan was not to let us run the ball. They were trying to stop our run game and when they do that we have to try to be explosive." - Stetson Bennett on their win against Missouri in their last game.
"We scored extremely quickly on some big plays and even when we didn't, we move the ball down into plus-red zone territory and end up fumbling. It's just really unique how the game really unfolded." - Josh Heupel on his team’s win against Kentucky in their last game.
WR Mitchell, Adonai
WR Burton, Jermaine
WR McConkey, Ladd
TE Bowers, Brock
QB Daniels, JT
RB White, Zamir
WR Payton, JaVonta
WR Tillman, Cedric
WR Jones Jr., Velus
TE Warren, Jacob
QB Hooker, Hendon
RB Evans, Tiyon
Passing: S. Bennett (1412)
Rushing: Z. White (519)
Receiving: B. Bowers (493)
Touchdowns: Z. White (9)
Passing: H. Hooker (1861)
Rushing: H. Hooker (574)
Receiving: V. Jones Jr. (522)
Touchdowns: T. Evans (6)
Georgia Bulldogs: Kirby Smart (6th season)
Tennessee Volunteers: Josh Heupel (1st season)