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Vanderbilt Commodores battle vs Georgia Bulldogs highlights college odds menu

Georgia BulldogsVanderbilt Commodores
March 9, 10:00 PM | New Orleans Arena

Georgia Bulldogs vs Vanderbilt Commodores Odds

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Georgia pays a visit to Vanderbilt on Friday, hoping to send the Commodores to a loss while covering the college basketball spread at New Orleans Arena.

This is a conference playoff game in the SEC Tournament. The game is being played at New Orleans Arena, which makes it technically a neutral site match.

The Bulldogs will look to vanquish their hosts on Friday, as they are 13-14 ATS versus the spread this season, while the Commodores are 14-13 ATS. Georgia is 13-14 against the total, while Vanderbilt is 12-15 versus the number.

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Power Rankings / Prediction:
The Commodores sit at No. 27 in the current college hoops power poll here at Odds Shark, while the Bulldogs sit at No. 155 on the same chart. The computers running our scores simulations have concluded that the Commodores will win this game 73-65.

How They Match Up:
Rebounding is always a key handicapping consideration and Bulldogs is ranked No. 238 in NCAA hoops at 33.2 per game. Contrast that with Vanderbilt’s No. 181 mark in the paint. When it comes to three-point shooting, Vanderbilt is the No. 10-ranked team in the country at 8.8 per game, while Georgia rates No. 138 at 6.5 per game.

Defensively, Georgia features the nation's No. 100-rated defense on the road, allowing 67 points per game. Vanderbilt, meanwhile, comes in at No. 105 nationally in scoring at home.

Last time out for Georgia, they were a 71-61 winner as they battled Mississippi State on the road. They covered in the match as a 5.5-point underdog. Georgia got 23 points from Gerald Robinson en route to a 71-61 victory over Mississippi State on Thursday at New Orleans Arena.

Vanderbilt was a 68-61 loser in its last match on the road against Tennessee. They failed to cover the 1-point spread as favorites. Vanderbilt got 18 points from John Jenkins but lost anyway, 68-61, to Tennessee on Saturday at Thompson-Boling Arena.