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There's a slew of great games this weekend providing football bettors a lot of opportunities to make money. The Royal Post again provides stellar gaming information in efforts to putting you at the ticket window. This week, we cover the big matchup between the Georgia Bulldogs and Tennessee Volunteers. NFL, we take a look at Pittsburgh Steelers vs. SD Chargers.
No. 10 Georgia vs. No. 13 Tennessee
Tenth-ranked Georgia (5-0 SU & 2-2 ATS) hopes to have Joe Tereshinski back on the field when it hosts No. 13 Tennessee (4-1 SU & ATS) on Saturday night at Sanford Stadium.
Georgia's defense has been outstanding so far this season, but the Bulldogs may need improved offense to defeat their first ranked opponent. They hope the return of their starting QB will give them the lift they need.
Tereshinski helped lead Georgia to a 48-12 victory over Western Kentucky in the Sept. 2 season opener. The senior, however, suffered a high ankle sprain on the first drive against South Carolina the following week and has not played since.
Tereshinski returned to participate in team drills with the first-team offense Monday, and expressed optimism he would return to face the Vols.
Georgia's offense has struggled without Tereshinski. With freshmen Matthew Stafford and Joe Cox splitting time at quarterback, the Bulldogs have not managed more than 284 yards of total offense in any of the last three games. They overcame scoreless first halves to eke out victories over Colorado -- 14-13 on Sept. 23 -- and Mississippi, 14-9 on Saturday.
Junior running back Kregg Lumpkin did not score against Mississippi, but did gain a career-high 101 yards on 13 carries. He's averaging 5.6 yards per attempt this season.
Despite the trouble scoring, the Bulldogs are 5-0 for the second straight year and the third time in six seasons under coach Mark Richt. Georgia opened 7-0 last season and with eight straight victories in 2002 -- suffering its first loss to archrival Florida both times.
While Georgia's offense seeks improvement, the defense has allowed only 34 points for a 6.8 average -- best in the nation. Senior linebacker Tony Taylor leads the team with 32 tackles, while junior defensive end Charles Johnson has 3 1/2 sacks and nine tackles for a loss.
That defense could get a serious test against a Tennessee offense averaging 32 points per game, second-most in the SEC. On Saturday at Memphis, the Volunteers amassed 566 yards of total offense, held the ball for more than 37 minutes and punted only once in a 41-7 victory.
Swain has 22 receptions for 378 yards and five TDs this season, while teammate Robert Meachem also has five touchdown receptions and leads the nation with 577 receiving yards, including an 84-yard TD catch last week.
The wideouts are the top two targets for Ainge, who has thrown for 1,389 yards, 12 TDs and five interceptions through five games while completing 69.9 percent of his passes.
Georgia will be the third top 10 opponent the Vols have faced. Tennessee defeated then-No. 9 California 35-18 in the Sept. 2 season opener, and lost to then-No. 7 Florida 21-20 on Sept. 16.
Several of the banged-up players are on the offensive line. Tackle Arron Sears, guard Anthony Parker and backup center Michael Frogg suffered sprained ankles against Memphis. Running back Arian Foster also has a sprained ankle and missed the contest, but freshman LaMarcus Coker made his first career start in Foster's absence and gained 125 yards on 26 carries.
This is the fifth consecutive meeting between Tennessee and Georgia in which both schools have been ranked. Then-No. 5 Georgia defeated then-No. 8 Tennessee 27-14 on Oct. 8 at Knoxville.
The Vols won the last meeting in Athens, however, 19-14 on Oct. 9, 2004. Georgia has taken four of the last five games in the series, which Tennessee leads 18-15-2.
Notable game trends:
- Volunteers are 3-0 ATS in their last 3 games overall.
- Volunteers are 5-2-1 ATS in their last 8 road games.
- Volunteers are 7-15 ATS in their last 22 night games.
- Bulldogs are 6-2 ATS in their last 8 games as a home underdog.
- Bulldogs are 2-7 ATS in their last 9 games following a ATS loss.
- Road team is 3-0 ATS in their last 3 meetings.
- Volunteers are 1-5 ATS in their last 6 meetings.
Prediction - Tennessee 17 Georgia 24
Now that we are a month plus into the college football season, bettors now have a good gauge on who's money-makers and who are wallet flatteners.
Teams that are money-makers includes: Central Michigan (5-0 ATS), Syracuse (5-0 ATS), Louisville (4-0 ATS), East Carolina (4-0 ATS), Air Force (3-0 ATS), Hawaii (3-0 ATS) and San Jose State (3-0 ATS).
Teams that are wallet flatteners includes: Stanford (0-5 ATS), Iowa (0-4 ATS), Arkansas (0-4 ATS), Fresno State (0-4 ATS), San Diego State (0-4 ATS), Maryland (0-3 ATS), Miami (0-3 ATS), Louisiana Tech (0-3 ATS), Marshall (0-3 ATS) and North Carolina (0-3 ATS).
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