Welcome to the rematch of last year’s SEC championship. The No. 24 Auburn Tigers are invading Athens to face the 6th-ranked Georgia Bulldogs. The Week 11 college football spread favors UGA by two touchdowns. If you are betting on underdog Auburn, then a straight up Tigers win pays out +425 on the moneyline. The game total is 52 for over/under bets.
Now let’s take a closer look at how you should bet the unusually large betting spread in this contested rivalry with roots going back 125 years.
Auburn Tigers vs Georgia Bulldogs Spread, Moneyline, Over/Under Odds
What: College Football Week 11
Who: Auburn Tigers vs. Georgia Bulldogs
Where: Sanford Stadium, 100 Sanford Dr, Athens, GA 30602
When: 7 PM ET, Saturday, November 10
Stream: Watch ESPN
Spread: Georgia -14
Moneyline: AUB +425/UGA -550
Should you bet on Auburn over Georgia?
Auburn is 6-3 straight-up and 3rd in the SEC West. Against the betting spread the Tigers are 4-4 overall and 2-1 on the road.
The Tigers will have to lean on their 13th-ranked defense (17.3-points against per game) to beat UGA. The Bulldog pass offense ranks 78th with a measly 222.4 yards per game. If Auburn stops UGA’s 16th-ranked rushing offense, they have a shot at keeping this close.
Should you bet on Georgia over Auburn?
Georgia is 8-1 SU and will win the SEC East after last week’s victory over No. 11 Kentucky. The Tigers ATS records are 5-3 overall and 2-1 at home. Head-to-head Georgia leads the all-time series against Auburn 58-56-8. Moreover, UGA has won 12 out of the last 17 meetings between these two teams.
How To Bet Auburn vs. Georgia
Auburn and Georgia met twice last season. Georgia lost 40-17 at Auburn during the regular season before beating the Tigers 28-7 in the SEC championship game.
Bettors have cashed in on betting the under between two teams. The under is 3-0-1 in the last four Auburn trips to Georgia. Moreover, the under is also 10-3 in the Tigers’ last 13 games overall and 6-2 in their last eight conference games. On the other side, the under is 19-6-1 in the Bulldogs’ last 26 home games.
Forget betting the spread and bet the Under 52-points.