Georgia Bulldogs Game Today: Georgia Bulldogs vs. Tennessee Volunteers injury report, spread, over/under, schedule, live stream, TV channel

ATHENS, GA - NOVEMBER 06: Head coach Kirby Smart of the Georgia Bulldogs reacts in the first half against the Missouri Tigers at Sanford Stadium on November 6, 2021 in Athens, Georgia. (Photo by Todd Kirkland/Getty Images)
ATHENS, GA - NOVEMBER 06: Head coach Kirby Smart of the Georgia Bulldogs reacts in the first half against the Missouri Tigers at Sanford Stadium on November 6, 2021 in Athens, Georgia. (Photo by Todd Kirkland/Getty Images) /

The wait is finally over as the Georgia Bulldogs takes on Tennessee today for the 10th game of the season.

Georgia is looking to stay a perfect 10-0 while Tennessee is trying every trash-talking tactic to gain enough confidence so they can attempt to upset the No.1 team in the country.

While the 5-4 Vols team is better than their record shows, the Dawgs are on a mission, and nothing is going to stand in their way of achieving that goal.

Georgia is already heading to the SEC Championship that first week in December, but the Dawgs are trying to finish a perfect 8-0 against conference foes for the first time in school history since they split into divisions.

Georgia Bulldogs Injury Report vs. Tennessee Volunteers for Week 11:

Well, the latest injury news comes from the wide receiving room yet again as Arian Smith is out for the season after breaking his leg during Wednesday’s practice. He joins the long out for the season injury list, including Tykee Smith, Rian Davis, Tate Ratledge, and Jalen Kimber.

George Pickens and Kendall Milton are still out as well, but both of their rehab processes are coming along.

Starting offensive tackle Jamaree Salyer could go on Saturday, but the Dawgs would likely want him to rest up and be 100% for the SEC title game and eventually the playoffs.

The Dawgs could see Dominick Blaylock return this week along with Justin Robinson, and it will just depend on how this week went in practice.

Georgia is slowly improving their health, but it seems like another player falls each week, and another Dawg has to step up in his place. For now, the injury bug is just another thing they have to deal with, and it hasn’t been detrimental — hopefully, it stays that way.

Georgia Bulldogs vs. Missouri Tigers odds and betting pick for Week 11:

For the ninth week, the Dawgs come into a game heavily favored to win. There is one SEC opponent that stands in their way from going a perfect 8-0 and it’s this scrappy Tennessee bunch.

The Vols and Dawgs both average 38 points a game, but Tennessee has an offense media analysts continue to rave about and believe this could be the week we finally see if Georgia gets tested.

Tennessee currently averages 217 yards on the ground, 240 through the air and 457 yards of total offense. While the Dawgs score as many points, they average just 190 yards on the ground 240 through the air and 430 total offense.

There is a slight difference, but one could say Georgia’s offense is just as explosive.

However, the kicker here is how the Dawgs give up on average 6.6 points a game while the Vols give up 28.2.

Georgia enters the final conference game of the season as a 20.0 point favorite over Tennessee, according to the latest odds from WynnBET. WynnBET currently lists even odds for both Georgia and Tennessee at -110 (bet $110 to win $100).

If you like betting totals, WynnBET currently lists the over/under for Dawgs-Tigers at 55.0 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).

Two things are abundantly clear through nine games of the 2021 college football season — Georgia’s defense stops everybody, and Tennessee hasn’t played any defense that remotely comes close to this defense’s eliteness.

While it may seem like a big spread at 20 points, if the Dawgs come in focused, it’ll be a long night for the Vols on their home field. The Dawgs have an offense that can score points and a defense that bullies opponents. If they can jump on the Vols early, it won’t take long to deflate Tennessee.

Georgia should cover this spread because of that defense and their ability to keep teams out of the endzone. If anyone took a bet this college football season, it would be this one because the Dawgs aren’t about to lay down and let Tennessee upset them or even come close to it.

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What channel is the Georgia Bulldogs game on Week 11:

The Georgia Bulldogs will once again be on CBS Sports in the 3:30 p.m. ET slot as Gary Danielson, Brad Nessler and Jamie Erdahl will be the broadcast crew. Georgia has been on CBS a handful of times this season as the No.1 team usually gets these 3:30 p.m. slots.

Georgia Bulldogs vs. Tennessee Volunteers live stream:

FuboTV is an excellent option for fans in need of streaming options. And if it is your first time trying FuboTV, you are in luck, as they are currently offering a seven-day free trial for new users.

Georgia Bulldogs next game and schedule:

Following Saturday’s game against the Vols, Georgia heads back to Sanford Stadium for their final home game of the season.

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Here’s a look at Georgia’s schedule for the next three weeks:

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