Kentucky Vs Georgia Spread & ATS PickJosh Bailey
Can Now Seventh-Ranked Georgia Get Its Swagger Back in Week 12 SEC Matchup Against Dangerous Kentucky?
After getting smacked around in stunning fashion to see their unbeaten record and top spot in the CFP poll both go down the drain, college football bettors need to know whether the now, seventh-ranked Georgia Bulldogs can get their swagger back when they host the Kentucky Wildcats in their Week 12 SEC showdown on Saturday.
The Week 12 college football betting line favors Georgia by 21.5-points over Kentucky. The over/under is 50.5-points.
Kentucky Vs Georgia Spread & ATS Pick
Kentucky (7-3) at No. 7 Georgia (9-1)
When: 3:30 PM ET, Saturday, November 18, 2017
Where: Sanford Stadium, Athens, Georgia
Stream: CBS Sports
Spread: Georgia -21.5
Bet On Kentucky Because…
Kentucky has won two of its last three games and looked exceptionally good in their 44-21 thrashing of Vanderbilt this past weekend to easily cover the college football betting line as a 2.5-point road dog. Totally underrated running back Benny Snell Jr rushed for 116 yards and three touchdowns on 17 carries, while backup running back Sihiem King added two more rushing scores on 15 carries.
As impressive as their offense was, Kentucky’s defense was even more impressive in recording five sacks and four interceptions in the win.
Bet On Georiga Because…
Previously unbeaten Georgia got blasted out of the water in its thorough 40-17 blowout loss at the hands of Auburn last weekend a quarterback Jake Fromm completed less than half of his passes (13-for-28) and running backs Nick Chubb and Sonny Michel were limited to a stunning 27 and 21 rushing yards respectively, though Chubb did score once. Georgia’s vaunted defense got shredded for three TD passes from Auburn quarterback Jarrett Stidham while also giving up 167 rushing yards to running back Kerryon Johnson. Defensively, Georgia gave up 488 yards of total offense to the Tigers in the loss.
Expert Kentucky Vs Georgia ATS Pick
Georgia has a big number to cover against a Kentucky team that has been pretty damned competitive this season and has a fantastic dual-threat quarterback in senior Stephen Johnson and a very good running back in Benjamin Snell. Kentucky may be a winless 0-4 ATS in their last four meetings against the Dawgs, but the Wildcats are also an impressive 6-2 ATS in their last 8 road games while Georgia has gone 2-5 ATS in their last 7 home games.
Just 41 percent of public bettors like Kentucky to cover the chalk as three-touchdown plus road dogs, but I’m among them! Georgia avoids the outright loss, but Kentucky covers!