Georgia at Missouri NCAA Football Week 5 Odds

Georgia at Missouri College Football Betting

Georgia Bulldogs NCAA Football Betting

The Missouri Tigers used to be an SEC East Division contender. And two-time division champion. But the for the past eight seasons, Mizzou has been an also-ran pretender. On Saturday, Mizzou fans will get a humbling lesson on how far behind they are the best when they host the Georgia Bulldogs. This one figures to get ugly. Georgia will be able to name the score. And Mizzou will be powerless to stop it. Georgia is rampaging to a second consecutive national championship opportunity. Georgia brings a loaded roster of future NFL stars against the Toothless Tigers.

NCAA Football Week 5 Betting Odds

Georgia Bulldogs -28

Missouri Tigers +28

Georgia Bulldogs Weekly Matchup

On Saturday, October 1, 2022, the Missouri Tigers of the Southeastern Conference will host the Georgia Bulldogs of the Southeastern Conference. Kickoff time at Faurot Field in Columbia, Missouri, is at 7:30 p.m. ET, with television coverage on SEC Network.

The gambling public wants nothing to do with Missouri in this matchup against the defending national champions. Nobody wants to step into Georgia with an outmanned Mizzou team. Despite playing at home, Missouri will be a massive underdog. Perhaps some bargain hunters will take a flier on Mizzou. Sharps know that Georgia will be laying more points than they should. But the Bulldogs can still easily cover the number. At least if they want to, that is.

Last game, the Missouri Tigers lost 17-14 against the Auburn Tigers as 7.5-point road dogs. The game went under the total of 51. Missouri has a record of 2-2 straight up, 2-2 against the spread, and 1-3 over/under the total. Missouri ranks 78th for total offense, 96th for passing, 43rd for rushing, and 86th for scoring. Defensively they rank 21st overall, 34th against the pass, 34 against the rush, and 68th for points allowed. Also, Missouri ranks 85th for fewest turnovers lost and 54th for takeaways.

Cayden Bridges recovered a fumble in the end zone to give Auburn an overtime victory over Mizzou in an SEC opener on Saturday. Missouri running back Nathaniel Peat dropped the football before a potential game-winning touchdown, and Bridges landed on it to seal the victory for Auburn. Auburn kicker Anders Carlson got a second chance and hit a 39-yard field goal to give the hosts the lead in overtime. Missouri jumped offsides on Carlson's first try, from 44 yards out, which was missed.

Carlson's field goal was the only scoring after halftime. Auburn scored both of its touchdowns in the first quarter, and Missouri tied it up with its own two touchdowns in the second quarter. The teams combined for 12 consecutive punts in the second half before Auburn running back Tank Bigsby was stopped on fourth-and-1 from the Missouri 30-yard line with 1:37 remaining. Auburn was a perfect three for three fourth-and-short before the late stop.

Missouri kicker Harrison Mevis missed a 26-yard field goal attempt at the end of regulation. Missouri played for the final field goal following a 39-yard pass from Brady Cook to Dominic Lovett in the last minute.

Georgia Bulldogs Weekly Recap

Last game, the Georgia Bulldogs won 39-22 against the Kent State Golden Flashes as 44.5-point home favorites. The game went over the total of 44.5. Georgia has a record of 4-0 straight up, 2-2 against the spread, and 0-3-1 over/under the total. Georgia ranks 4th for total offense, 8th for passing, 50th for rushing, and 18th for scoring. Defensively they rank 11th overall, 21st against the pass, 16th against the rush, and 5th for points allowed. Also, Georgia ranks 68th for fewest turnovers lost and 19th for takeaways.

Georgia hardly looked like the nation's best team, struggling to put away Kent State. The No. 1 Bulldogs ultimately prevailed, holding on for a lackluster win on Saturday, but their two-week run atop the rankings could be in jeopardy.

Brock Bowers scored two more touchdowns, and Georgia survived a sloppy performance and surprisingly gritty effort from the Golden Flashes.

The Bulldogs turned it over three times, struggled in the red zone, were burned on a fake punt, and gave up several big plays to Kent State in their worst season performance.

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 - -
Oct 8 vs. Auburn - -
Oct 15 vs. Vanderbilt - -
Oct 22 OFF
Oct 29 vs. Florida (Jacksonville, FL) - -
Nov 5 vs. Tennessee - -
Nov 12 at Mississippi State - -
Nov 19 at Kentucky - -
Nov 26 vs. Georgia Tech - -
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