16th-ranked Georgia Tech is favored in college football betting lines at Kansas on Saturday.
The Yellow Jackets are coming off a win over South Carolina State last week while Kansas disgraced their football program with a loss to North Dakota State. Georgia Tech is laying almost two touchdowns in college football odds on the road.
It is hard to like Kansas after what they did last week. How can a team lose to North Dakota State? Normally you would like to take the Jayhawks as a home underdog but not after what they did last week.
Lay the Points – There is simply no reason to like Kansas in this game. Georgia Tech should be able to move the ball effectively and Kansas has a weak offense. Georgia Tech is a 13-point favorite in college football odds at Sbg global.com in this game that can be seen on FSN. The Yellow Jackets defeated South Carolina State 41-10 last week. Georgia Tech had 372 yards and six touchdowns in the win. Quarterback Joshua Nesbitt had three TD’s on the ground.
Pitiful Jayhawks – Kansas doesn’t even know who their quarterback will be this week. Both of their two quarterbacks were terrible last week. Kale Pick completed 13-of-22 passes for 138 yards but threw an interception and was sacked twice while Jordan Webb went 6-for-11 for 59 yards and he was sacked twice. The Jayhawks are supposed to have a spread offense but last week it was a joke. Offensive coordinator Chuck Long may be looking for another job soon. A high school team could score more than three points against North Dakota State. Kansas did play well on defense but so what. It was against a rotten team. The special teams for Kansas were horrible. The kicker missed two field goals and they had a punt blocked. Perhaps the Jayhawks will be better this week but it is hard to take them in this game against a superior Georgia Tech team.
College Football Betting Lines – The Yellow Jackets are laying about two touchdowns in this game. Considering how bad Kansas looked last week that might end up being a bargain. Georgia Tech leads the all-time series, 1-0 as they beat Kansas in the 1948 Orange Bowl.