Georgia Vs Florida Line & Free Pick

Georgia Vs Florida Line & Free Pick

Georgia Vs Florida Line & Free Pick

Can Florida Pull Off Big Week 9 Upset Against SEC Rival Georgia With McElwain getting Death Threats

Unranked Florida may not be having one of the best seasons, but the Gators also aren’t bad enough for head coach Jim McElwain to be receiving the death threats it was reported on Tuesday that he’s gotten with his team sitting at 3-3 heading into their Week 9 matchup against third-ranked and unbeaten Georgia.

Now, let’s find out if the Gators can pull off the huge upset to stop the hateful letters from coming some clearly disturbed fans.

Georgia Bulldogs Vs Florida Gators Line & Free Pick

Georgia Bulldogs (7-0) at Florida Gators (3-3)
College Football: Saturday, October 28, 2017 at 3:30 PM ET
Where: EverBank Field)
The Line: Florida Gators +14.5
TV: CBS
Stream: CBS Sports

Why Bet the Georgia Bulldogs Line at -14.5

The Bulldogs are well-rested following their Week 7 bye one week after crushing Mizzou 53-28. Quarterback Jake Fromm threw for 326 yards with two touchdowns and one pick in the Bulldogs’ latest win although they failed to cover the college football betting line as huge 28.5-point home favorites against the Tigers. The Dogs are averaging a stellar 37.6 points per game this season (22nd) while limiting the opposition to just 12.6 points per game defensively to rank an even more impressive 12th nationally.

Why Bet the Florida Gators Line at +14.5

The Gators have dropped two straight after winning their previous three games, but put up a good fight in their heartbreaking 19-17 home loss against Texas A&M one week after suffering an even more crushing 17-16 home loss to LSU. Gifted, but struggling quarterback Feleipe Franks threw a pair of costly interceptions that Florida could not overcome in the loss. Florida is averaging a modest 23.7 points per game (96th) while allowing a nearly identical 23.3 points per contest defensively (50th).

Georgia Vs Florida Free Pick

While I feel really bad that Jim McElwain is getting death threats, I guess it’s going to be at least another week before they stop seeing as how Georgia is going to march in Gainesville and lay a sizable smackdown on Florida by both, having their way offensively and shutting down Florida’s uninspiring offense.

Georgia is 5-1 ATS in their last 6 conference games and 6-2 ATS in their last 8 games overall while Florida has gone 1-5-1 ATS in their last 7 games following a loss. I like the Bulldogs to not only win but snap their four-game ATS skid against the Gators.

Pick: Georgia -14.5