College Football Betting – 2007 Georgia Bulldogs Preview

College football betting fans know that the 2006 Georgia Bulldogs went 9-4 straight up and 5-6-1 against the football betting pointspread.

College football betting fans know that the 2006 Georgia Bulldogs went 9-4 straight up and 5-6-1 against the football betting pointspread. College football betting fans know that Georgia tied third in the SEC East and then beat Virginia Tech in the Chick-fil-A Bowl. NCAA Football betting players know that tophomore QB Matthew Stafford (53% COMP, 1,749 YDs, 7 TDs, 13 INTs) returns but that he has to play a lot better if Georgia is to contend. NCAA College football betting fans know that RB Kregg Lumpkin (Rushing: 162 CAR, 798 YDs, 4.9 AVG, 6 TD is also back. College football betting fans know that the defense returns many starters but did lose players in the secondary so that is a concern.

College football betting fans know that head coach Mark Richt has done a nice job at Georgia and rarely does he get the credit he deserves. That is what happens when you are in the very tough SEC. College football betting fans believe that the home opener will not be easy against Oklahoma State and then the SEC opener is against South Carolina. College football betting fans know that the road schedule is tough, going to Alabama, Tennessee, Vanderbilt and Georgia Tech, in addition to the game against Florida. College football betting fans know that the schedule makes it very difficult for Georgia to compete for the SEC title. College football betting fans know that the best offensive player needs to be sophomore QB Matthew Stafford. He needs to make fewer mistakes and start leading the team if Georgia is to make a run at the SEC title. Football betting players think the best defensive player is senior SS Kelin Johnson.

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College football betting fans know that even though Georgia won nine games in 2006 they still were overpriced many times and had a losing record against the spread. College football betting fans believe that the 2006 season might not see as many wins but Georgia could be undervalued because many of their toughest games are on the road.

College football betting fans know that there are key games for Georgia against Alabama, Tennessee, Florida and Georgia Tech on the road and Auburn at home. Football betting players think the goal for Georgia is to win 10 games this season and that is a tough goal. College football betting fans see that the schedule really doesn’t set up well for that to happen. College football betting fans believe that Georgia will have to win their home games and at least get a split of the tough road games to stay in the hunt.

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