Georgia Bulldogs Injury Report vs. Missouri Tigers for Week 10:
Adam Anderson has not practiced with the team all week and is currently suspended from the team indefinitely amidst an ongoing investigation by the Athens-Clarke County Police Department into an accusation of rape against the senior linebacker.
Left tackle Jamaree Salyer will be out against the Tigers as he battles a foot injury. Broderick Jones, who ably replaced Salyer when he left the Auburn game due to an injury, is expected to start in Salyer’s place.
Kendall Milton and Dominick Blaylock will both be unavailable against Missouri as well. Milton is working his way back from the knee injury that kept him out of the Cocktail Party, and Blaylock continues to rehab the hamstring issue that has hampered him this fall.
Georgia Bulldogs vs. Missouri Tigers odds and betting pick for Week 10:
Missouri’s only non-directional school win of the season is over a Vanderbilt team that is destitute of SEC-level football talent. The Mizzou defense is the worst in the SEC, allowing 475 yards and 36 points allowed per game.
The Missouri offense is buoyed by running back Tyler Badie, the SEC’s leading rusher fresh off a career-best performance against the Commodores. Unfortunately for Badie and the Tigers, Georgia’s defense is like the Bermuda Triangle for opposing rushers.
The Dawgs Department of Defense, led by Commander-in-Chief and should-be Heisman candidate Nakobe Dean, has thus far been impenetrable, holding opponents to 74.6 yards per game on the ground – a measly 2.5 yards per attempt – en route to allowing only 6.63 points per game.
Georgia’s offense averages 6.7 yards per play and 9.8 yards per pass attempt, both of which are tops in the SEC, while scoring 38 points per game.
Georgia enters the final conference game of the season Between the Hedges as a 39.0 point favorite over Missouri according to the latest odds from WynnBET. WynnBET currently lists even odds for both Georgia and Missouri at -110 (bet $110 to win $100).
If you like betting totals, WynnBET currently lists the over/under for Dawgs-Tigers at 59.0 points. There are also currently even odds on the total, with both the over and the under sitting at -110 (bet $110 to win $100).
Through eight games of the 2021 college football season, two things are abundantly clear – Georgia’s defense stops everybody and Missouri’s defense can’t stop anybody.
I’m not a smart man, but if Missouri can’t score on Georgia and Georgia can score at will on Missouri, it seems like it’s going to be a long Saturday in Athens for the Tigers.
Georgia’s offense looked like it had a little hitch in its step against the Gators, but the Mizzou defense is the prescribed elixir for all that ails an offense. Offensive coordinator Todd Monken will dial up some deep shots early and Georgia’s offense will be off to the races a la the UAB game.
The Georgia Department of Defense will show the Missouri offense no quarter, limiting Tyler Badie to well under his season average and harrying injured quarterback Connor Bazelak’s replacements all afternoon long resulting in multiple sacks and turnovers.
Thirty-nine points feels like an enormous number to cover, but this game feels like Vanderbilt: Part Deux. Also, the line started this week at 37.5 so the betting public seems to be casting plenty of their wagers on Georgia. The Dawgs repeat their performance in Nashville and cover early, while also putting enough points on the board to come close to hitting the total all by themselves. But, because Georgia’s defense will likely shut out its 3rd SEC opponent of the season, the under looks like the play.
What channel is the Georgia Bulldogs game on Week 10:
The Georgia Bulldogs tangle with the Missouri Tigers on Saturday and the game will be broadcast live nationally at Noon EST on ESPN with Joe Tessitore and Greg McElroy in the booth, and Katie George reporting from the sidelines.
Georgia Bulldogs vs. Missouri Tigers live stream:
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Georgia Bulldogs next game and schedule:
Following Saturday’s game against the lowly Tigers, Georgia heads to Knoxville for a road test against the Tennessee Volunteers. It’s the CBS Game of the Week and will air nationally at 3:30 EST.
Here’s a look at Georgia’s schedule for the next 4 weeks:
Week 11 – November 13: at Tennessee; 3:30 EST, CBS
Week 12 – November 20: vs. Charleston Southern; Noon EST, SEC Network+
Week 13 – November 27: at Georgia Tech; time TBA
Week 14 – December 4: SEC Championship Game vs. TBD; 4:00 EST, CBS