Georgia Vs. Auburn: College Football Betting Lines, Odds and Trends – October 9, 2021

Written By Staff on October 9, 2021

The No. 2 Georgia Bulldogs (5-0, 3-0 SEC), who have college football’s first-ranked scoring defense, meet the No. 18 Auburn Tigers (4-1, 1-0 SEC) and their 15th-ranked scoring defense. The Tigers (+500 on the moneyline to win) and the Bulldogs (-15) take to the field on October 9, 2021 at 3:30 PM ET. The contest’s total is currently listed at 45.5.

In this article we will explain what you need to know to make a bet on the game. That includes key metrics, stats and trends, while also updating you with the best odds available.

The betting insights in this article reflect betting data from DraftKings as of October 9, 2021, 12:00 AM ET. See the table below for current betting odds and CLICK HERE to bet at DraftKings Sportsbook.

Georgia Vs. Auburn Betting Odds

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Georgia Offense Vs. Auburn Defense

Bulldogs Offense Stats (Rank) Tigers Defense
41.0 (8) Points/Gm 16.2 (15)
432.6 (41) Yards/Gm 298.2 (25)
236.2 (60) Pass Yards/Gm 213.0 (56)
196.4 (29) Rush Yards/Gm 85.2 (9)
9.4 (19) Yards/Pass 6.7 (45)
4.8 (38) Yards/Rush 2.5 (7)
50.0% (14) 3rd Down % 34.7% (50)
7 (86) Turnovers 5 (63)
2 (9) Sacks 11 (13)

Auburn Offense Vs. Georgia Defense

Auburn Offense Stats (Rank) Georgia Defense
40.0 (12) Points/Gm 4.6 (1)
477.8 (16) Yards/Gm 175.8 (2)
239.8 (57) Pass Yards/Gm 109.8 (3)
238.0 (11) Rush Yards/Gm 66.0 (5)
6.8 (95) Yards/Pass 4.7 (1)
6.8 (2) Yards/Rush 2.2 (4)
51.4% (9) 3rd Down % 27.5% (6)
3 (20) Turnovers 9 (12)
3 (18) Sacks 11 (13)

When Georgia Has The Ball

  • The Bulldogs convert 50.0% of their third downs (14th in college football), while the Tigers’ defense ranks 50th in that category (34.7%)
  • Georgia ranks 38th in the FBS averaging 4.8 yards per carry. Auburn allows 2.5 per rushing attempt (seventh in college football).
  • The Bulldogs average 9.4 yards per pass attempt (19th in the FBS), and the Tigers give up 6.7 per pass (45th in college football).
  • Georgia ranks 86th in college football, committing seven turnovers this season, while Auburn is 63rd with five turnovers forced.

When Auburn Has The Ball

  • The Tigers’ offense averages 6.8 yards per pass attempt (95th in the FBS). The Bulldogs’ defense allows 4.7 yards per passing play (first in college football).
  • Auburn’s 239.8 passing yards per game ranks 57th in the FBS. Georgia’s defense gives up 109.8 through the air (third in college football).
  • The Tigers’ offense is 16th in college football averaging 477.8 yards per game, while the Bulldogs rank second in yards allowed (175.8).
  • Auburn’s offense ranks 12th in the FBS at 40.0 points per game. Georgia allows 4.6 per game (first in college football).

Georgia Betting Trends And Insights

  • Georgia has compiled a 4-1-0 record against the spread this season.
  • The Bulldogs have been favored by 15 points or more four times this season, and covered the spread in three of those contests.
  • Georgia and its opponents have combined to hit the over three out of five times this season.
  • Georgia’s games this season have featured more combined points than this contest’s total of 45.5 points three times.
  • The Bulldogs have yet to lose a game they were the moneyline favorite this season, going 3-0.

Auburn Betting Trends And Insights

  • Auburn has put together a 3-2-0 ATS record so far this season.
  • Auburn’s games have gone over the point total three out of five times this season.
  • Auburn has combined with its opponents to score more than 45.5 points in four of five games this season.
  • The Tigers have split the two games they’ve played as underdogs this season.

Georgia Players To Watch

  • This year, JT Daniels has racked up 567 passing yards (189.0 yards per game) while going 54-for-71 (76.1% completion percentage) and throwing five touchdowns and two interceptions.
  • Zamir White has rushed for a team-high 275 yards on 53 carries (55.0 yards per game) and four touchdowns.
  • James Cook has 210 yards on 34 carries (42.0 ypg), with two rushing touchdowns.
  • Brock Bowers has racked up 18 receptions for 272 yards, best on his team, and four touchdowns. He averages 68.0 receiving yards per game.
  • Jermaine Burton has chipped in with 224 yards (on 13 catches) and two touchdowns.
  • This season Adonai Mitchell is averaging 52.3 yards per game, with nine catches for 157 yards and one touchdown.

Auburn Players To Watch

  • Bo Nix has passed for 979 yards while completing 58.5% of his throws (86-of-147), with six touchdowns and zero interceptions (195.8 yards per game). He’s also rushed 25 times for 133 yards and one touchdown, averaging 26.6 yards per game.
  • Jarquez Hunter has racked up a team-best 447 rushing yards (89.4 per game) and three touchdowns.
  • Tank Bigsby has run for 430 yards on 74 carries (86.0 yards per game), with four touchdowns on the ground this year.
  • This season John Samuel Shenker has 18 catches and leads the team with 236 yards (47.2 per game).
  • Kobe Hudson has also contributed with 217 yards on 14 catches and one touchdown. He averages 43.4 receiving yards per game this year.
  • Shedrick Jackson has caught 14 passes for 173 yards and one touchdown, averaging 34.6 yards per game this year.

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