Georgia Bulldogs College Football Odds

Georgia Bulldogs College Football Betting

Georgia Bulldogs NCAA Football Betting

The Georgia Bulldogs won the National Championship for the second straight season, demolishing the TCU Horned Frogs 65-7. The Bulldogs became the first team since Alabama in 2011-2012 to win back-to-back national titles. Quarterback Stetson Bennett completed his Georgia career by throwing for four touchdowns and running for two more in the rout of TCU. Bennett finished with a 29-3 record as Georgia’s starting quarterback. Since 1990, the only other teams besides Georgia and Alabama to win consecutive national titles were Nebraska and USC. The Bulldogs did it even though they lost five first-round NFL draft picks from last season's national championship defense. Georgia, under head coach Kirby Smart, has now taken the crown away from Alabama as the best team in college football. Smart has now won two national titles, five SEC East titles and two SEC Championships. The 65-7 win over TCU was the largest margin of victory by any team in any bowl game in college football history.

Georgia Bulldogs 2022 Season Recap

The Bulldogs went 15-0 SU and 8-7 ATS with seven games going over the total, seven going under, with one push. During the regular season they averaged 39.2 points per game and put up 491.8 yards per contest. They gave up 12.8 points per game and allowed only 292.1 yards per contest. Kenny McIntosh led the team with 709 rushing yards, Stetson Bennett threw for 3,420 yards, while Brock Bowers had 726 receiving yards.

Georgia opened up the 2022 regular season with a high-profile matchup against Oregon that was never in doubt. The Bulldogs rolled to a 49-3 victory as 16-point favorites. The letdown happened the following week against Samford, but Georgia still won 33-0 as 53-point home favorites. Conference play started with a 48-7 rout of South Carolina with the Bulldogs covering the 25-point spread. A letdown game against Kent State was next and Georgia struggled to a 39-22 win. The scare of the season came in Week 5, as the Bulldogs went into Missouri and just barely pulled out a 26-22 win as 31-point favorites. Georgia got things going again in Week 6 as they routed Auburn 42-10, covering the 27.5-point number. A demolishing of Vanderbilt was next, as the Bulldogs won 55-0. The Bulldogs took out Florida in Week 9, winning 42-20, but failing to cover the 23.5-point spread. The Bulldogs were expected to get a test from Tennessee in Week 10, but Georgia controlled the Volunteers, winning 27-13 and covering the 9.5-point spread. There was no letdown in Week 11, as Georgia routed Mississippi State 45-19. There was a letdown against Kentucky, but Georgia pulled out a 16-6 win in Week 12. The Bulldogs routed Georgia Tech in Week 13, winning 37-14 but failing to cover the 36.5-point number. Georgia routed LSU in the SEC Championship, winning 50-30 and covering the 17-point spread.

Georgia was fortunate to get past Ohio State in the College Football Playoff semifinals, winning 42-41 but failing to cover the 4.5-point number. Georgia didn’t leave any doubt in the College Football National Championship Game, winning 65-7 over TCU.

Georgia Bulldogs Offseason

Georgia will be trying to do something that hasn’t been done in 86 years and that is win three straight college football national titles. The Bulldogs are loaded with talent and they are listed as the preseason favorite to win the title at college football futures odds of about 4-1. The key for Georgia will be finding someone to replace Bennett at quarterback. It looks like it will be a battle between Carson Beck, Brock Vandagriff and Gunner Stockton. Offensive coordinator Todd Monken has done a great job and he turned a former walk-on into a Heisman Trophy finalist, so Georgia will still be very good offensively in 2023.

2022 Georgia Bulldogs Schedule

Sep 3 vs. Oregon (Atlanta, GA) W 49-3 1-0
Sep 10 vs. Samford W 33-0 2-0
Sep 17 at South Carolina W 48-7 3-0
Sep 24 vs. Kent State W 39-22 4-0
Oct 1 at Missouri W 26-22 5-0
Oct 8 vs. Auburn W 42-10 6-0
Oct 15 vs. Vanderbilt W 55-0 7-0
Oct 22 OFF
Oct 29 vs. Florida (Jacksonville, FL) W 42-20 8-0
Nov 5 vs. Tennessee W 27-13 9-0
Nov 12 at Mississippi State W 45-19 10-0
Nov 19 at Kentucky W 16-6 11-0
Nov 26 vs. Georgia Tech W 37-14 12-0
Dec 3 vs. LSU (SEC Championship) W 50-30 13-0
Dec 31 vs. Ohio State (College Football Playoff) W 42-41 14-0
Jan 9 vs. TCU (National Championship) W 65-7 15-0
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