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Georgia Has Won 10 Straight Games Against Kentucky

Georgia vs Kentucky Betting Odds

The Georgia Bulldogs are 5-0 SU and 4-1 ATS in their last five road games against Kentucky and 10-0 SU and 7-3 ATS in their last 10 games overall against the Wildcats. The Bulldogs can extend these winning streaks with another victory over the Wildcats on Saturday in Lexington.


Georgia Bulldogs vs Kentucky Wildcats
  • Date/Time: October 31, 12 noon ET
  • Stadium: Kroger Field
  • TV Coverage: SEC Network
  • Opening Odds: Georgia -14.5 | O/U 45 (Line History)
  • Georgia vs Kentucky Matchup Report

Opening Odds Analysis

Early action on the opening line of Georgia -14.5 has made the Bulldogs a slightly bigger favorite at Georgia -15. The movement on the total has been greater with bettors pounding the UNDER from its opener of 45 points down to 42.5 points. The UNDER is 10-2 in Kentucky’s last 12 games against SEC opponents.

Georgia News & Notes

Georgia took a 24-20 lead into halftime on the road against the Alabama Crimson Tide in its last game. But the second half was all Alabama as the Crimson Tide rolled to a 41-24 win.

Stenson Bennett had two touchdown passes and one interception in the first half of that matchup before throwing two picks and failing to lead the team on a scoring drive in the second half.

Before this loss, Bennett had five touchdown passes and no interceptions through his first three games, including home wins over the ranked Auburn Tigers and Tennessee Volunteers.

Georgia’s defense had also allowed only 12.3 points per game in those three wins before getting torched by Alabama. The Bulldogs still control their own destiny in the SEC East with important games on Saturday against Kentucky and next week against the Florida Gators.

Kentucky News & Notes

After a disappointing 20-10 loss last Saturday as 3-point home favorites against the Missouri Tigers, there could be some changes on the depth chart in Kentucky this Saturday. Starting quarterback Terry Wilson went just 4-for-11 with 38 passing yards in the loss and has been listed as questionable to start this game against Georgia as the depth chart lists Saturday’s starter as Wilson OR Joey Gatewood.

Similarly, starting running back A.J. Rose now has an “OR” next to his name on the depth chart as well, suggesting that Chris Rodriguez Jr. may see more carries against the Bulldogs.

Kentucky’s defense has been outstanding and has allowed only 9.7 points per game over the team’s last three games. Wilson has been serviceable as the team’s quarterback, but the Wildcats have lacked any real explosion on offense, averaging only 24.4 points per game.

Betting Pick: Georgia -15

This game will in all likelihood be a low-scoring affair in which Georgia does most of the scoring, making the top pick in the game a close call between the Bulldogs -15 and the UNDER 42.5. The UNDER leaves a bit less room for error; Georgia should win comfortably even if the Wildcats score enough to push the score slightly OVER this low total.


Shark Bites
  • Georgia is 15-3 SU in its last 18 games.
  • Kentucky is 14-6 ATS over its last 20 games.
  • The UNDER is 10-3 in Georgia’s last 13 games.