Georgia Vs. Tennessee: College Football Betting Lines, Odds and Trends – November 13, 2021

Written By Staff on November 13, 2021

The No. 1 Georgia Bulldogs (9-0, 7-0 SEC) bring college football’s second-ranked rushing defense into a matchup with the Tennessee Volunteers (5-4, 3-3 SEC), who have the No. 17 rushing attack. The Bulldogs (-19.5) start the action on November 13, 2021 at 3:30 PM ET against the Volunteers (+715 on the moneyline to win). A total of 55.5 points has been set for the contest.

In this article you’ll discover everything you need to know to place a bet on the game, including statistical trends, key metrics and more, as well as updated odds.

The insights in this article use the latest odds as of November 13, 2021 at 3:02 PM ET. See below for a table with the latest odds for this contest and get up to $1,000 Risk Free Bet at BetMGM today!

Georgia Vs. Tennessee Betting Odds

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Georgia Offense Vs. Tennessee Defense

Bulldogs Offense Stats (Rank) Volunteers Defense
38.4 (13) Points/Gm 28.2 (79)
430.0 (39) Yards/Gm 418.0 (100)
240.0 (58) Pass Yards/Gm 264.7 (114)
190.0 (40) Rush Yards/Gm 153.3 (77)
10.0 (3) Yards/Pass 6.8 (30)
4.9 (30) Yards/Rush 3.8 (47)
46.5% (22) 3rd Down % 48.7% (124)
10 (74) Turnovers 9 (56)
3 (12) Sacks 11 (34)

Tennessee Offense Vs. Georgia Defense

Tennessee Offense Stats (Rank) Georgia Defense
38.2 (14) Points/Gm 6.6 (1)
456.4 (18) Yards/Gm 229.9 (2)
240.8 (57) Pass Yards/Gm 151.1 (2)
215.7 (17) Rush Yards/Gm 78.8 (2)
9.1 (14) Yards/Pass 5.1 (1)
5.0 (25) Yards/Rush 2.5 (2)
46.2% (24) 3rd Down % 31.6% (13)
5 (10) Turnovers 12 (15)
13 (110) Sacks 15 (6)

When Georgia Has The Ball

  • The Volunteers give up third-down conversions on 48.7% of their opponents’ attempts (124th in the FBS). The Bulldogs have a 46.5% third-down conversion rate, which ranks 22nd in college football.
  • Georgia has the 13th-ranked offense in the FBS (38.4 points per game), and will be facing Tennessee’s 79th-ranked defense (28.2 ppg).
  • The Volunteers’ defense ranks 100th in yards conceded per game (418.0), while the Bulldogs’ offense is 39th in college football at 430.0 yards per game.
  • Georgia averages 240.0 passing yards per game (58th in the FBS) compared to the 264.7 per game Tennessee gives up (114th in college football).

When Tennessee Has The Ball

  • The Volunteers have given up 13 sacks (18th-most in college football), and the Bulldogs’ defense has the sixth-most with 15.
  • Tennessee’s 240.8 passing yards per game ranks 57th in the FBS. Georgia’s defense gives up 151.1 through the air (second in college football).
  • The Volunteers average 5.0 yards per carry (25th in college football) compared to the 2.5 per rushing attempt the Bulldogs allow (second in the FBS).
  • Tennessee averages 456.4 yards per game to rank 18th in the FBS. They will be up against a Georgia defense ranked second, allowing 229.9 yards per game.
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Georgia Betting Trends And Insights

  • Georgia has won six games against the spread this season, while failing to cover three times.
  • The Bulldogs have been favored by 19.5 points or more five times this season, and covered the spread in two of those matchups.
  • A total of three out of Georgia’s nine games this season have gone over the point total.
  • In two games this season, Georgia and its opponents have combined to put up more than 55.5 points.
  • The Bulldogs have yet to lose a game they were the moneyline favorite this season, going 6-0.

Tennessee Betting Trends And Insights

  • Tennessee has covered four times in nine chances against the spread this year.
  • The Volunteers have not covered the spread this year (0-1 ATS) when playing as at least 19.5-point underdogs.
  • In Tennessee’s nine chances this season, the combined scoring has gone over the point total six times.
  • Tennessee has played seven games this season that finished with a combined score higher than 55.5 points.
  • This season, the Volunteers have been the underdog five times and won one of those games.

Georgia Players To Watch

  • This year, Stetson Bennett has racked up 1,412 passing yards (176.5 yards per game) while going 80-for-120 (66.7% completion percentage) and throwing 14 touchdowns and four interceptions. He has tacked on 193 rushing yards on 27 carries, averaging 24.1 yards per game.
  • Zamir White has 106 carries for a team-high 519 rushing yards (57.7 per game) and nine touchdowns.
  • James Cook has run for 383 yards on 66 carries (42.6 yards per game), with four touchdowns on the ground this year.
  • This season Brock Bowers has 28 catches and leads the team with 493 yards (61.6 per game) while scoring six touchdowns.
  • Ladd McConkey has chipped in with 21 receptions for 338 yards and three touchdowns.
  • Jermaine Burton has collected 300 yards on 16 receptions with three touchdowns, averaging 50.0 yards per game.

Tennessee Players To Watch

  • This year, Hendon Hooker has recorded 1,895 passing yards (210.6 yards per game) while going 129-for-186 (69.4% completion percentage) and throwing 21 touchdowns and two interceptions. He has added 450 rushing yards on 111 carries with four touchdowns, averaging 50.0 yards per game.
  • Tiyon Evans has 81 carries for a team-high 521 rushing yards (74.4 per game) and six touchdowns.
  • Velus Jones Jr. has hauled in 36 passes for a team-best 553 yards with five touchdowns. He averages 61.4 yards per game.
  • Cedric Tillman has added 525 yards (on 36 catches) and five touchdowns.
  • JaVonta Payton is averaging 45.8 yards per game, racking up 14 receptions for 366 yards and six touchdowns.

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