|2013 CBS College Football Game of the Week Odds: Georgia vs. Auburn|
|Written by Drew Sharper|
|Thursday, 14 November 2013 10:00|
Georgia vs. Auburn Odds
Auburn is 9-1 overall, 5-1 in the SEC, 6-0 at home and 8-2 against the spread. Georgia is 6-3 overall, 4-2 in the SEC, 2-2 on the road and 1-7-1 against the spread. Georgia has won six of its last seven against Auburn.
Trends show that Georgia is 5-2 against the spread in its last 7 meetings with Auburn and the two have hit the over in 3 of their last 5 meetings.
According to oddsmakers from Bovada.lv, Auburn is the favorite at home, as the Tigers have odds of -3.5 points against Georgia. The over/under total for the game has been set at 62.5 points (View Matchup). The opening odds for this game had Auburn favored by 3.5. The spread moved up to 4 points before falling back to 3.5.
Auburn is coming off a 55-23 win over Tennessee last week for its sixth straight win. Auburn is now averaging 38.6 points per game on offense while giving up just 20.4 points per game on defense. Running back Tre Mason is leading the offense with 1,038 rushing yards and 16 touchdowns while quarterback Nick Marshall has 1,301 passing yards with eight scores and 734 rushing yards with seven touchdowns.
Georgia is coming off a 45-6 win over Appalachian State last week. The Bulldogs have won two straight entering this game and are starting to get healthy. Georgia is now averaging 35.6 points per game on offense, but the defense is still giving up 28.8 points per contest. Quarterback Aaron Murray has thrown for 2,477 yards and 20 touchdowns to lead the Bulldogs, while Todd Gurley has rushed for 625 yards and six scores despite missing some action with an ankle injury.
In terms of Injuries, Auburn offensive lineman Patrick Miller (discipline) is questionable for the game. Georgia receivers Chris Conley (ankle) and Clay Johnson (ankle) are both questionable as well.
The Public Bets for this game are currently backing Auburn, as the Tigers are getting 81% of the wagers with odds of -3.5 points against Georgia.