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College Football: UL Lafayette vs. Georgia

September 3, 2010

The Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin’ Cajuns will square off against the Georgia Bulldogs in the season opener that will take place on the 4th of September. The game will be played in Georgia as Louisiana tries to come and pull the upset.

The Bulldogs are a solid team every year. Last season the team was led by quarterback Joe Cox. Cox had a solid season and will be difficult to replace. There are some things that could improve with the loss of Cox however.

Cox was known to make a few too many turnovers as he threw 15 interceptions last season. That isn’t a terrible number, but there is a good chance that someone could step into this role and do a better job of taking care of the ball than he did during his time at Georgia. The Bulldogs will start the season with a top 25 ranking and will have hopes of climbing up the charts from the beginning.

The Ragin’ Cajuns are coming off of a 6-6 season. The team went 4-4 in the Sun Belt conference in 2009. The Cajuns will need a bit more from their running game this season. Last year their leading rusher did not even manage to rush for 500 yards. The Cajuns will need a more consistent running game to control the clock.

By controlling the clock they will be able to protect the leads that they build over the season. Unfortunately this is difficult to do without a running game that is consistent.

Public split on Florida Gators-Georgia Bulldogs matchup

October 29, 2008

The No. 8 Florida Gators take on the No. 6 Georgia Bulldogs in a battle of SEC East rivals Saturday (3:30 pm ET, CBS).

Florida has dominated the past 10 meetings, going 8-2 SU and 6-4 ATS. But the Bulldogs won the last meeting, 42-30 as a 7.5-point road dog on Oct. 27 last season. The score went over the total of 55.

Sportsbooks has the Gators as a 5.5-point favorite in NCAA College Football Betting Lines. The Over/Under is 56.5.

Bettors are basically split on this one, with a small majority – 52 per cent – backing the Gators, according to Public Betting information. The Public is expecting a high-scoring game, as 63 per cent are on the Over.

Last week, Tim Tebow threw two touchdown passes and ran for two scores as Florida thumped Kentucky 63-5 in Week 9. The Gators covered the 25-point spread and the score went over the total of 47.

Matthew Stafford threw for two touchdowns to lead Georgia to a 52-38 win over LSU Tigers in Week 9. The Bulldogs covered the 1-point spread and the score went over the total of 49.

Florida (6-1 SU, 5-2 ATS) has won three straight while Georgia (7-1 SU, 3-2-2 ATS) has also picked up wins in their past three straight.

Florida is 5-0 ATS in its past five on the road and 8-1 SU in its past nine on the road.
Georgia is 14-1 SU in its past 15 overall and 10-1 SU in its past 11 at home. The total has gone Under in five of the past seven meetings.

Injuries: For Florida, RB Emmanuel Moody (ankle) is listed as doubtful. OL Jim Tartt (ankle) and Safety Bryan Thomas are questionable. For Georgia, TE Tripp Chandler (shoulder) and LB Dannell Ellerbe (knee) are questionable.

NCAA Football Betting: No. 8 Alabama at No. 3 Georgia

September 24, 2008

The No. 8 Alabama Crimson Tide visit the No. 3 Georgia Bulldogs in a battle of undefeated SEC rivals on Saturday night (7:45 pm ET, ESPN).

Georgia is a 7-point favorite in NCAA Football betting odds at, which will also have Live Betting available for the game.

The Bulldogs have the upper hand head-to-head, going 3-1 SU and ATS over the past four meetings. The teams last squared off on Sept 22, 2007, when Georgia won 26-23 as 3-point road favorites.

Last Saturday, Javier Arenas and Justin Woodall scored on long interception returns for touchdowns as Alabama rolled to a 49-14 win over the Arkansas Razorbacks. The Tide covered the 9.5-point spread, and the score went over the total of 47.5.

Georgia scored 21 points in the second quarter of their 27-10 win over the Arizona State Sun Devils in Week 4. Georgia covered the 7-point spread, while the score fell under the total.

Alabama is 4-0 SU and 3-1 ATS and Georgia is 4-0 SU and 2-0-1 ATS.

The total has gone under in five of Alabama’s past seven on the road. Alabama is 8-4 ATS in its past 12 on the road. Georgia is 5-0 SU in its past five, both overall and at home.

Alabama injuries include punter Heath Thomas (bruised foot; questionable) and linebacker Ezekial Knight (heart condition; out for season).

The Bulldogs have huge number of injuries, including: tight end Tripp Chandler (sprained neck; probable), defensive end Roderick Battle (neck; questionable), wide receiver Walter Hill (hand; questionable); and offensive lineman Chris Little (foot; out for season).

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