Georgia football plays its second SEC game of the season as the Dawgs take on Missouri. It’s the Dawgs’ second conference road test. While Missouri shouldn’t give the Dawgs too much of a test, they should come with a chip on their shoulders after what happened with Kent State.
After a sloppy win over the Golden Flashes last weekend, Georgia remained No.1 on the AP Top 25 Poll. The Dawgs should have remained the top team because while it wasn’t a pretty win, it was still a 17-point victory.
Georgia looks to stay undefeated, and his game needs the Dawgs to be explosive. Missouri almost beat Auburn last week, so the Dawgs need to push down the throttle and keep it down until the SEC East Tigers quit on the field. It has been done before, so the Dawgs just need to channel that angry Bulldog and run with it.
As long as the Dawgs do their job, it will be an easy win with a lot of offensive production.
Georgia Football Injury Report vs. Missouri Tigers for Week 5:
The Dawgs are getting healthy after seeing a few of its playmakers go down with injuries. Arian Smith, Jalen Carter and AD Mitchell traveled with the team, so they all could see the field today. Kenny McIntosh should be able to go as well. There are a few guys that may not go, but they are game-time decisions.
This week against Missouri, look for starting quarterback Stetson Bennett to spread the wealth and give these receivers that have been out a while some love.
Georgia Football vs. Missouri Tigers odds and betting pick for Week 5:
The current odds have Georgia as 29.5-point favorites over Missouri on FanDuel. This spread is pretty large, considering it’s an SEC game, but Georgia could cover.
Fan Duel has the spread odds currently listing Missouri at -110, so you can bet $100 and win $90.91. As for Georgia, their spread odds now sit at -110, so if you bet $100, you would also bring home $90.91.
The money line for Georgia is -8,000 and +2,200 for Missouri. If you made a $100 bet on Georgia for the money line, the payout would be $1.25, and if you made the same bet on Missouri, it would be $2,200.
The current over/under line is 54.5 points, sitting at -105 for the Dawgs to cover the over and -115 for the Tigers to cover the under. If you bet $100 on Georgia to cover the over it would result in a $95.24 payout. Putting down $100 on Missouri to cover the under would be an $86.96 winning ticket.
That over/under line is just right for this game. Missouri could score some points, but the Dawgs are averaging 40-plus points a game, so it would be a good bet to make. Georgia could cover the spread this year as well, Missouri is not very good, so the Dawgs really could make that happen.
What channel is the Georgia Football game on Week 5:
Georgia’s Week 5 game will be on ESPN and kickoff is at 7:30 p.m. ET. Finally, the Dawgs get a night game for the 2022 season, but it is against Missouri. If the Dawgs can handle their business, more night games could be in their future.
Georgia Bulldogs vs. Samford Bulldogs live stream:
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Georgia Football’s next game and schedule:
Smart and his Dawgs come back home next week for the Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry with a rebuilding Auburn team for the Week 6 matchup. That game will be a 3:30 p.m. kickoff on CBS, so Georgia fans should be happy it isn’t another noon game because it very well could have been.
Here’s a look at Georgia’s schedule for the next four weeks:
Week 6 – October 8: vs Auburn; 3:30 p.m. CBS
Week 7 – October 15: vs. Vanderbilt; TBA
Week 8 – October 21: BYE WEEK
Week 9 – October 29: Florida in Jacksonville; 3:30 p.m. CBS