Georgia vs. Auburn Prediction

College Basketball Predictions: Will Auburn Cover vs. Georgia? 1/20/18

Will the Auburn Tigers cover the point spread Saturday evening when they take on the Georgia Bulldogs at 6:00 p.m. ET?

Who Oddsmakers Like: Auburn. According to oddsmakers from online sports book Bovada.lv, the Tigers are 9-point home favorites to beat the Bulldogs, who opened as an 8.5-point road underdog. The total, meanwhile, hit the board at 145 and that's where it currently sits.

Who Public Bettors Like: Public bettors are split on this game as of Saturday morning. That said, while 50% of the betting tickets are on the Bulldogs and 50% of the betting tickets are on the Tigers, 79% of the money wagered online is on Auburn. Meanwhile, 63% of the betting tickets are on the over and 53% of the money is on the under.

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Who We Like: Auburn. The Bulldogs are just 1-5 against the spread in their last six games in Auburn and have failed to cover in six of their last seven games versus Auburn overall. The Dawgs have also failed to cover in nine of their last 13 games following a straight up victory.

On the other side, the Tigers are 6-0 against the spread in their last six games coming off an ATS loss and have covered in four of their last five home games. Auburn has cashed in four of its last five conference games, is 5-1 against the spread in its last six games versus a team with a winning record, and is 4-1 at the betting window in its last five games overall.

 

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