Game: Georgia Bulldogs vs. Kentucky Wildcats
Date: Saturday, 11/19/2022
Location: Kroger Field in Lexington, Kentucky
Odds/point distribution: Wildcats (+23)
Kroger Field is the venue where the Kentucky Wildcats (6-4) take on the Georgia Bulldogs (10-0) on Saturday. Kentucky is 23-point hounds of oddsmakers. The total bet is fixed at 50.
The Georgia Bulldogs go into this game 10-0 this year. In their last contest, the Bulldogs faced the Mississippi State Bulldogs and claimed victory in a final 45-19. Stetson Bennett finished 25/37 with 289 yards through the air and 3 touchdowns. He had a QB rate of 149.1 and left the contest with 2 picks. Ladd McConkey was the Bulldogs’ leader with 1 attempt for 70 yards (70.0 yards per attempt). The Georgia Bulldogs ran 33 times over the rocks and rushed for 179 yards, averaging 5.4 yards per try. In all, they rushed for 468 yards in 70 games. Georgia conceded 29 completions on 52 attempts for 261 yards and a 55.8% completion rate. When it came to fighting at the line of scrimmage, the Bulldogs gave up 47 yards on 15 tries, averaging 3.1 yards per streak allowed.
The Bulldogs have rushed for 5,096 yards this year. In terms of reaching the end zone, Georgia has earned 18 touchdowns on the pass and 32 touchdowns on the ground. You flipped the ball 13 times. Georgia has 256 total 1st downs offensively and has been tagged for 44 penalties for 440 yards. As a team, they average 192.5 yards in running play, which ranks them 31st in college football. When it comes to getting into the end zone, the Georgia Bulldogs average 40.6 points per game.
The Bulldogs rank 2nd in college football for team defense, giving up 11.6 PPG. They allow teams to run an average of 3.1 yards per rush attempt and 82.5 yards on the ground per competition this year. Over the course of this season, they have given up 825 yards over the running game in 10 games. In terms of passing yards, the Bulldogs have conceded 1,873 yards, which ranks them 22nd in college football. They gave up 187.3 yards per game through the air and conceded a 55.5% completion percentage. Overall, they have conceded 269.8 yards per game, which ranks them 6th in college football. They allowed 6 touchdowns via pass in addition to 3 touchdowns via ground play.
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The Wildcats enter the field with a 6-4 record for the season. The last time they took the field, the Wildcats walked away with a 24-21 loss to the Vanderbilt Commodores. Will Levis finished the contest with 109 yards on 11/23. through the air while his quarterback rating was 78.9. He threw 1 interception and his average yards per try was 4.7. Christopher Rodriguez Jr. carried the football 18 times for 162 yards and left the contest with 9.0 yards per carry for Kentucky. The Wildcats finished with 322 yards while rushing for 54 plays (6.0 yards per play). Kentucky rushed the football 6.9 yards per attempt and finished with 213 yards on 31 attempts. Kentucky gave up 44 attempts on the ground for 264 yards (6.0 yards per carry). The Wildcats pass defense gave up a 52.2% completion percentage and gave up 184 yards on 12 of 23 through the air.
The Kentucky Wildcats average 339.5 yards per game, which is good for 107th place in Division 1. The Kentucky offense has 411 yards in penalties on 59 violations, which is good for 78th in the nation in terms of errors. For the season to this point, the Wildcats currently have a total of 2,199 passing yards along with an average of 219.9 passing yards per game, ranking 83rd in the nation. When it comes to their ability to score, the Wildcats rank 94th in the nation averaging 23.3 points per contest.
The Wildcats are yielding 20.0 points per game, which ranks them 21st nationally. Kentucky has allowed the opponent a total of 1,350 yards on the ground (135.0 yards per contest) in addition to 14 touchdowns through the rush for the year. Over the course of the season, they gave up a total of 200 points. They have conceded 8 touchdowns on passes and 182.0 yards per sweep, which ranks them 18th in college football. The Wildcats’ defense has taken the field for 603 games, which ranks 13th in the country.
Who will win the Bulldogs/Wildcats college football game against the spread tonight?
Tony’s Choice: Take the Wildcats +23
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