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Georgia Bulldogs host Missouri Tigers in college basketball action

Missouri TigersGeorgia Bulldogs
19-8February 25, 2014, 09:00 | Stegeman Coliseum15-11



The visiting Missouri Tigers hope to send their backers to the pay window on Tuesday as they look to cover the spread at Stegeman Coliseum against the Georgia Bulldogs.

The Bulldogs bring a 15-11 record (13-11 ATS) to this tilt against the 19-8 Tigers, who are 10-15 ATS. OVER/UNDER bettors have witnessed Georgia go 8-16 so far and the Tigers go 11-14.

View Missouri Tigers vs Georgia Bulldogs Odds and Stats.

Bettors looking to go with the Bulldogs in this one found them listed as 0-point earlier on the NCAA basketball betting menu for Tuesday's contest. Check for updates as money coming in on the Tigers was expected to move the line.

The Bulldogs - Tigers odds would favor the Bulldogs if the lines were set according to our power ranks. Georgia is rated No. 115 in the current Odds Shark poll, while Missouri is at No. 192.

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Last time out for Missouri, they were an 80-73 loser as they battled Alabama on the road. They failed to cover in the match as a 1-point underdog. Earnest Ross scored 25 points for Missouri on Saturday, but the Crimson Tide managed an 80-73 victory over the Tigers at Coleman Coliseum.

Georgia was a 73-56 winner in their most recent outing on the road against South Carolina. They covered the 2-point spread as underdogs. Georgia got 27 points from Kenny Gaines en route to a 73-56 victory over South Carolina on Saturday at Colonial Life Arena.

How They Match Up:
Scoring and defensive stats point to some edges in this matchup. The game features Georgia's No. 185-ranked scoring average of 69.04 PPG, against a Tigers defense rated No. 122 and allowing 69.37 PPG. The Bulldogs FG% has averaged 43.82% to date this season, less than the Tigers shooters have managed so far (46.51% per game).

Next up:
Missouri home to Mississippi State, Saturday, March 1st
Georgia at Arkansas, Saturday, March 1st

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