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The Georgia Bulldogs are 26-2 straight up in their last 28 games at home. The Bulldogs will try to continue that home dominance this Saturday when they host the Alabama Crimson Tide at Sanford Stadium.

Georgia is a 2.5-point favorite on Saturday according to online sportsbook 5Dimes. Alabama is 0-3 ATS in its last three October road games and in its last three games overall. The Bulldogs have won five straight games and are 3-1 ATS in games that included a betting line. Alabama hasn't lost back-to-back regular season games since November 2007.

Texas A&M rides 5-0 SU, 4-1 ATS Run

Texas A&M is 5-0 SU and 4-1 ATS over its last five games, and the Aggies will look to stay hot this Saturday hosting the Mississippi State Bulldogs. October home games have proven to be tricky spots for the Aggies in recent years as Texas A&M is just 1-4 SU and ATS in its last five home games in the month of October.

Mississippi State is 5-2 ATS in its last seven conference road games with two outright upsets over that stretch. The Bulldogs are a 7-point road underdog this Saturday at Kyle Field.

The BYU Cougars saw their 3-0 ATS streak come to an end last week at the hands of a 31-0 loss on the road to the Michigan Wolverines. All signs point to a bounce back this week though hosting the Connecticut Huskies.

UConn is 0-18 SU in its last 18 road games in the month of October including a 1-9 ATS record since 2010. BYU is 16-4 SU in its last 20 October home games and is an 18.5-point favorite at TopBet this Saturday.

trends with Tigers on Huge Spread?

The LSU Tigers are a massive 44.5-point favorite against the Eastern Michigan Eagles. As tempting as the big number may look on the underdog, the trends actually point the other way; LSU is 15-2 SU in its last 17 games at home and 3-0 SU and ATS in its last three games in October.

Eastern Michigan meanwhile is 0-6 SU and 1-5 ATS in both its last six road games in October and its last six games against SEC opponents.