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

Nov 27, 2021; Atlanta, Georgia, USA; Georgia Bulldogs tight end Brock Bowers (19) scores a touchdown against the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets in the second quarter at Bobby Dodd Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports
Nov 27, 2021; Atlanta, Georgia, USA; Georgia Bulldogs tight end Brock Bowers (19) scores a touchdown against the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets in the second quarter at Bobby Dodd Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports /

The long-awaited 2021 Captial One Orange Bowl is finally here as the Georgia Bulldogs take on the Michigan Wolverines for a hard-nosed battle between two historic college football programs.

Georgia is looking to redeem themselves after a terrible SEC Championship performance and hopefully get revenge against Alabama in the national championship. Not to mention that 41-year drought is still nagging at the Dawgs.

Michigan is looking to squash their own drought as it has been since 1997 since they last won a championship.

This matchup will surely be the better of the two semifinal meetings and one that could feel like an all-out war.

Georgia Bulldogs Injury Report vs. Michigan Wolverines for the 2021 Orange Bowl:

After waiting all season to get healthy, the Dawgs are about as healthy as they possibly can be. Georgia has a healthy George Pickens out of COVID-19 protocol after an alleged false-positive test, and JT Daniels joined the team in Miami earlier this week.

Outside of those two guys, it seems the Dawgs are successfully dealing with this delicate situation, which is incredible considering how bad it could have gone for Georgia.

Chris Smith and Jamaree Salyer have been working hard to get back healthy and could be the only ones who have any limitations.

Georgia is finally healthy at the right moment, so now it’s time to rip off the band-aid and let this Dawg run wild. Utilize every offensive weapon you have and let that defense wreak as much havoc as possible.

Georgia Bulldogs vs. Michigan Wolverines odds and betting pick for the 2021 Orange Bowl:

The Dawgs and Wolverines are two teams that match up pretty evenly on paper. They are almost mirror images of each other. Both have undervalued quarterbacks and efficient offenses that pair nicely with their scrappy defenses.

Georgia averages 39.38 points a game, while Michigan averages 37.69 points a game.

The Dawgs enter the Orange Bowl as a 7.5 point favorite over Michigan, according to the latest odds from WynnBET. WynnBET currently lists even odds for Georgia and Michigan at -310  for the Dawgs and +250 for the Wolverines.

WynnBET currently lists the over/under at 45.5 points if you like betting totals.

That 7.5 point spread is the right number because this game will be close. These two teams are going to battle it out with their physical football teams, and what that happens, it usually is a tight ballgame.

The Dawgs have a great shot at covering because they are more than motivated after that atrocious performance against Alabama. It’s past time for the Dawgs to take control of their destiny and take what is rightfully theirs.

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Georgia Bulldogs Prediction vs. Michigan Wolverines in the 2021 Orange Bowl:

Georgia fell flat against Alabama, and now they’ve had a month to stew on that bad performance which means they’re coming into this game mad and looking to prove a point.

This game will come down to who can put together a more creative game plan. Georgia is more than talented enough to win this ballgame and advance, but they cannot get in their own way. The Dawgs just need to play their game and not try to be anyone else.

Stetson Bennett will be the guy for Georgia, and this game will also be his time to prove why the coaches chose him. He doesn’t have to, but there is a sneaky suspicion he will do it because, at this point, this noise is getting old.

Aiden Hutchinson and the Michigan defense will want to cause problems, so offensive coordinator Todd Monken needs to have some fun with his offense. Be creative but play into Bennett’s strengths. Those strengths can beat Michigan, and it’s time they do it.

Defensively, Georgia needs to put their foot down and remind people who they are.

Hassan Haskins and Cade McNamara are just two offensive playmakers to know, and they are looking to expose Georgia’s defense like Alabama did. However, they don’t quite have that kind of an offense. Instead, they will want to run it down the Dawgs’ throat, but Georgia is one of the best rush defenses in the country, so it’ll be interesting to see how that works for them.

Play the game that worked all season, and the Dawgs will cover the spread and beat Michigan.

Georgia wins 38-30 and advances to the national championship.

What channel the Georgia Bulldogs game is on for the Orange Bowl

Georgia and Michigan will be on ESPN at 7:30 p.m. ET for the 2021 Capital One Orange Bowl semifinal game.

Chris Fowler will be on play-by-play, Kirk Herbstreit will be the color analyst, and Holly Rowe and Marty Smith will be tag-teaming the sideline reporter duties.

However, there is another option through one of our partners, FuboTV.

Georgia Bulldogs vs. Michigan Wolverines live stream:

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Georgia Bulldogs next game and schedule:

Following Friday’s game against the Wolverines, if Georgia beats Michigan, they will play the winner of the Alabama, Cincinnati game. The national championship game will be on Jan. 10 in Indianapolis at Lucas Oil Stadium.