The first game you can watch on Saturday when betting college football is Arkansas at Georgia on ESPN.
For some reason the Bulldogs are actually favored against the Razorbacks. If you look at the first two games for both teams, it is hard to believe that Georgia is the college football betting online favorite.
Georgia is a 2.5 point favorite at Sbgglobal against Arkansas. The Razorbacks are 2-0 on the season while Georgia is 1-1. The Bulldogs did not look good last week in a loss to South Carolina and they could have trouble in this game containing Arkansas quarterback Ryan Mallett.
SEC Opener for Arkansas – This is the first SEC game for the Razorbacks. They had no trouble against pitiful Tennessee Tech and Louisiana Monroe. We will find out just how good Arkansas is this week as they face Georgia. Arkansas head coach Bobby Petrino has never beaten Georgia and Georgia head coach Mark Richt has never lost to Arkansas but there is a first time for everything. Last year it was Georgia winning 52-41.
Ryan Mallett – The Arkansas quarterback has already thrown for 701 yards and six touchdowns this season. Last year in the loss to Georgia he threw for 408 yards and five touchdowns.
A.J. Green – Whether or not Georgia’s best player will play will probably be determined late this week. Monitor the situation as Georgia is a far better team with Green in the lineup. If he doesn’t play then you have to like Arkansas against the college football betting online number.
Hogs Should get the Win – If Green doesn’t play for Georgia then the wrong team is favored in this game. If Green is ruled eligible then the Bulldogs at least have a chance. They may not win even if he does play but if he is out then Georgia is in trouble. It should be noted that the Razorbacks are 5-1 ATS in their last 6 conference games and that the Bulldogs are 4-10 ATS in their last 14 home games. If you like to play totals when betting college football then it should be noted that the under is 6-1 in the Razorbacks last 7 road games and the under is 26-11 in the Bulldogs last 37 games in September.