Free NCAA Football Point Spread Predictions: Georgia Bulldogs at Tennessee Volunteers.

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The (4-1) And sixteenth-ranked Georgia Bulldogs of the SEC-East Division will travel to the “MARBLE CITY” for an SEC Divisional matchup. Georgia play’s the (2-3) Tennessee Volunteers also of the SEC-East. The game is at Neyland Stadium on the banks of the Tennessee River in Knoxville, Tennessee. Kickoff time is at 3:30 PM EST. The game is on Saturday, October, 10th 2015. The Best Sports Handicapper believes the Georgia Bulldogs lofty expectations came crashing down last Saturday with a devastating home loss to Alabama. Georgia football fans though the Football program had turned the corner, and now they are calling for a new coaching staff. Tennessee is having trouble competing against elite competition. The Volunteers need a few more recruiting classes to become relevant in the Southeastern Conference. The Opening betting line has Georgia as a three-point Road Favorite Against The Spread. The Betting Odds total is 55′-points for Saturday’s game.

The 2015 Georgia Bulldogs and head coach Mark Richt must regroup the troops after a loss that could loom big for the program going forward. Georgia knew a victory over the Alabama Crimson Tide would propel their football program into elite status. Instead, the Bulldogs and faithful has to live another year with the notion of expectation that fell short. Things don’t get easier as the Bulldogs invade Tennessee to face a hungry Volunteers football team. Starting quarterback Greyson Lambert was benched after being inefficient. The Bulldogs got outplayed at the line of scrimmage and must play a more physical game against Tennessee. Alabama head coach Nick Saban played on the illusion of being a road underdog for the first team in quite a while. Richt must get the offensive and defensive line ready for more physical football going forward. Running Back Nick Chubb was also held in check by the stingy Alabama defense. The key to a Georgia win at Tennessee is to put the Alabama game behind, nothing good can come out of showing the team film of the loss. The “DAWGS” got taken behind the woodshed. Chubb will have more running lanes at Knoxville and Lambert will regain his form.

Tennessee head coach Butch Jones is pulling his hair out after a 24-20 home loss to Arkansas. The Volunteers have dropped three football games to elite programs, but should have gotten a victory at Florida on September, 26th. The Volunteers opened the 2015 football season with an impressive home win against Bowling Green, but the game was closer than the score. Tennessee is (0-2) vs. The SEC and a home victory could set the ship in the right direction. Jones believes his football team can end the recent drought and should be able to compete against a decimated Georgia Football team. Quarterback Josh Dobbs has been up and down through the first five games of the season, and the team can’t close out games in the fourth quarter. Tennessee lost to Oklahoma at home in the fourth and Florida in the last quarter of the game after leading the entire way. Jones doesn’t want his team to get caught up with their emotions. He has warned them it could be a long season if they play on emotion instead of focus. The key to a Tennessee victory is for the running tandem of Jalen Hurd and Alvin Kamara to run with authority. Let us not forget to play with intensity in the fourth-quarter “VOLS.”

The Betting Odds over the total are 4-0 Georgia last four football games following a double-digit home loss.

The Betting Odds over the total are 5-1 the last six between the teams.

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