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The SEC has been dominant in college football over the last few years, but there is no way to escape the truth that this conference is way down in college basketball right now. Georgia struggled to win in their non-conference schedule, and their relative strength inside the conference is a sign of the league’s weakness. Arkansas has been awful on the road and nearly unbeatable at home. Let’s take a closer look at this SEC battle.
Nebraska comes into this game with a 10-3 record, but they can’t have much confidence after being thrashed by the Wisconsin Badgers in the Big Ten title game. The Georgia Bulldogs were one play away from being in the BCS Championship Game. Instead, they missed out on the BCS bowls altogether. This game has a lot of interesting little sub plots. Which team will come prepared?
It’s the de facto national semifinal, and it comes in the SEC Championship Game on Saturday afternoon at the Georgia Dome. College football betting fans have to love the fact that they can sink their teeth into this one, as the No. 2 team in the land, the Alabama Crimson Tide take on the No. 3 team in the country, the Georgia Bulldogs for the right to win the SEC and move on to the National Championship Game.
Rivalry week in college football is here, and the big rivalry in the state of Georgia is between the Bulldogs and the Yellow Jackets. No one could have expected it a couple weeks ago, but the Georgia Bulldogs are right in the thick of the BCS title chase now, and they can’t afford a slip up here. The Yellow Jackets would love nothing more than to ruin their chance at the title.
One of the two spots in the SEC Championship Game will be clinched on Saturday night in college football betting action at Jordan Hare Stadium, where the Georgia Bulldogs take on the Auburn Tigers in one of the most crucial games of the year in the SEC.
Georgia, of course, knows that it just needs to come on the road and win this game against arguably the most hapless team in the SEC to clinch the SEC East title this year.
The Mississippi Rebels are well on their way to turning the program around after a dismal 2-10 season last year. Hugh Freeze was a great hire by the program, and he has this team playing much better football already. Georgia picked up a huge win last week over the Florida Gators in Jacksonville. Will the Bulldogs be able to use that game to give them momentum for the rest of the season? Let’s take a look at this SEC matchup.
The Florida Gators might have had a disappointing 2011, but Will Muschamp’s bunch has been on fire in 2012. The Gators are number two in the latest BCS Rankings. They’ll face a stiff test this week when they take on the Georgia Bulldogs at the World’s Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party. Emotions will be high, and there is a lot on the line in this key SEC East contest.
Georgia has steamrolled its way to a 5-0 straight-up (2-3 against the spread) start behind an offense that is ranked eighth in the nation in scoring with an average of 48.2 points a game. The Bulldogs are a perfect 3-0 SU in conference play with dominating victories over Missouri, Vanderbilt, and Tennessee in which they outscored their opponents by a combined 140-67. The total has gone OVER in all five games.
Tennessee jumped out to a fast start with a couple of solid victories over North Carolina State and Georgia State, but was somewhat exposed in a 37-20 loss to Florida as a 3.5-point favorite at home in Week 3. The Volunteers bounced back with a 47-26 win over Akron last Saturday as 31.5-point favorites at home, but as a whole, the jury is still out on just how good this team really is.
Sanford Stadium will be the site of a Week 4 college football betting showdown between the Georgia Bulldogs and the Vanderbilt Commodores, which will be shown on the Deuce.
The Dores have just one win so far this year, and one look further down their schedule suggests that they are going to have a heck of a time just getting to a bowl game once again. A game like this would have to be won from time to time to even think about playing in the postseason, and it just might not happen that way.