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Georgia vs LSU

Georgia vs LSU : The No. 2 Georgia Bulldogs are 10-1 straight up and 9-2 against the spread in their last 11 road games against teams with winning records. The Bulldogs hope to continue their road dominance this Saturday in Death Valley when they take on the No. 13 LSU Tigers.

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Date : Saturday, October 13
Time : 3:30 Pm Et
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Georgia vs LSU

Georgia is a 7.5-point road favorite at sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark.com. In their last nine games as a favorite of two touchdowns or fewer, the Bulldogs are 8-1 SU and ATS.

No. 13 LSU lost a heartbreaker last week to Florida, and will return home Saturday afternoon to an even tougher task. No. 2 Georgia will enter Death Valley looking to build upon six straight wins to open the season and notch a key road win in one of the most intimidating atmospheres in college football.

The Tigers defense has been stellar all season, but couldn’t hold up long enough last week when the offense didn’t get cranked up in the second half in The Swamp. Quarterback Joe Burrow has been a revelation for coach Ed Orgeron’s crew, but couldn’t stretch the field deep when his team needed him the most. The Bulldogs boast a top-tier defense, two star quarterbacks in Jake Fromm and Justin Fields and a talented group of wide receivers.

Georgia: Fromm enters the matchup with the Tigers ranked No. 4 nationally in passing efficiency (192.46), and coach Kirby Smart has done a masterful job determining when to Fields. Make no mistake about it, Fields isn’t a “running” quarterback. He has plenty of the playbook at his disposal, and both signal-callers stress defenses in different ways. That’s what makes this offense click now after the injury bug bit the offensive line a little bit. The Bulldogs boast the top defense in the SEC in total defense (283.2 YPG) and yards per play (4.52), and wants to make every game a fist fight.

LSU: The loss won’t sit well in Baton Rouge, but the first month-plus of the season proved that LSU is back to being a week-in, week-out force that has enough balance offensively to keep opposing defenses on their toes. Burrow couldn’t get the job done late against the Gators, but his zero-touchdown, two-interception performance was the first game in which he has struggled this year. Running back Nick Brossette is tough inside the tackles, and is tied for the SEC lead in rushing touchdowns with eight. The front seven routinely gets pressure, and the secondary has feasted off that pressure with eight interceptions in 2018 — tied for second in the conference.

LSU got into a slugfest with Florida last week, and the Bulldogs will bring the same kind of defensive pressure to Baton Rouge this week. Expect the Bulldogs to load the box and dare Burrow to stress the defense deep. The problem is that Georgia has consistently forced defenses to check down, which is a big reason why their pass defense has given up just 5.2 passing yards per attempt — tops in the SEC. The Fromm/Fields tandem will wear down the Tigers offense, and the Bulldogs will pull away late for a win and cover.

Georgia vs LSU

LSU suffered its first loss of an otherwise impressive 2018 when it fell in Gainesville last week. That isn’t enough to crush head coach Ed Orgeron’s SEC title hopes — but a loss on Saturday against No. 2 Georgia would be.

Last week’s loss to Florida relinquished the Tigers’ claim to the top spot in the SEC West, and another could push Alabama out of reach even with a win over the Crimson Tide in November. They’ll have their mettle tested against a Bulldog team whose closest win in a 6-0 start was a 14-point triumph over Missouri.

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Georgia’s overpowering offense has made last year’s run to the National Championship Game look like no fluke, even without Sony Michel or Nick Chubb in the lineup. Jake Fromm’s averaging more than 10.5 yards per pass this fall and has recorded a 12:2 TD:INT ratio, while a tailback platoon led by Elijah Holyfield and D’Andre Swift is racking up nearly 250 yards per game on six yards per carry. On Saturday, they’ll have to show out against UGA’s toughest test of the season so far — an LSU defense that’s already survived tests against two top-10 opponents to start its season.
Georgia vs. LSU prediction:

The Bulldogs are the No. 2 team in the AP poll and No. 3 in the latest round of the S&P+ rankings. LSU sits at No. 19, as the computers clearly aren’t impressed with the Tigers’ early wins over Auburn and Miami as voters are. LSU is playing at home, has faced a tougher schedule so far, and has already beaten two top-10 teams in 2018. The spread says it’s a bad idea, but let’s say the Tigers win this one thanks to a late Cole Tracy field goal.
Time, TV channel, and streaming info

Time: 3:30 p.m. ET
Location: Tiger Stadium, Baton Rouge, LA
TV: CBS
Streaming: SEC on CBS, fuboTV
Odds: Georgia is favored by 7.5 points.

Georgia vs. LSU news:

Joe Burrow had a rough day in last week’s loss to Florida, but he’s ready to put that behind him.

“You grow up wanting to play in games like this,” he said to the media. “You don’t want a cakewalk through the whole season. You want to be challenged and you want to play the best teams that there are.”

The Tigers are up against what is arguably the toughest schedule in college football this year. But Burrow jumps at such a challenge.

“When I first looked at it, I saw Georgia and Alabama in three weeks, and kind of perked up a little bit and thought, ‘that would be kind of fun,’ “I’m looking forward to it, but it’s going to be a big challenge.”

Georgia performed to expectations last week, dispatching Vanderbilt on Homecoming.
And the Valley Shook looked at college football’s biggest mystery: Kirby Smart’s haircut.
Rodrigo Blankenship, America’s most handsome kicker, is here for a showdown with Cole Tracy in what appears to be his ninth year of NCAA eligibility.

How will the Bulldogs kick off the toughest stretch of their 2018 schedule?

Georgia’s had a relatively easy path to 6-0, but that road winds through some icy, mountainous roads en route to another berth in the College Football Playoff. LSU is the beginning of a four-game stretch where the Bulldogs will face nothing but ranked opponents, including Florida, Kentucky, and UMass Auburn. Losing in Death Valley could be the start of a spiral for UGA — but a win could be a launchpad that leads the team to an even better finish than 2017’s.

Auburn vs Tennessee

Crucial game for the Tiger turnaround today.

What was once an every year rivalry has turned into a once-in-awhile sort of affair. Auburn and Tennessee met every season from 1956-1991, with the Tigers taking more than their fair share against what many would have called the second best team in the SEC historically. Since the divisional split, Auburn has ruled as well. The 90s were unkind with Philip Fulmer in command in Knoxville, but since Auburn’s last loss to the Vols in 1999, the Tigers have won six straight in the series.

2003: Auburn comes off of a slow start and takes down a top ten Volunteer team at Jordan-Hare Stadium under the lights. Cadillac Williams rolls for nearly 200 yards and the Tigers hold the Vols to just four rushing yards.

2004: Charles Barkley tells Tennessee to get off the tracks, because there’s a train a-comin’. He’s right, Auburn blows out the Vols 34-10 in Knoxville, and Junior Rosegreen picks off four passes. Jason Allen gets run over a bunch.

2004: SEC Championship rematch. It’s tighter, but Auburn still prevails 38-28 to stay undefeated and win the conference title.

2008: Maybe a game that’s even uglier than the 3-2 affair in Starkville a few weeks prior. Auburn beats Tennessee 14-12 in the last game in the series for both Tommy Tuberville and Philip Fulmer.

2009: Chizik vs Kiffin. Ben Tate stiff-arms Eric Berry into oblivion and Auburn hangs on for a big win on the road.

2013: A laugher. Nick Marshall rolls for over 200 yards on the ground, Auburn returns a punt and a kickoff for a touchdown, and the Tigers roll 55-23 in the last meeting between these two.

Today it’s a little different. Most fans went into each of those games pretty confident in Auburn’s chances (save for 2003, which was a nice surprise). The Tigers and Gus Malzahn could have another laugher today (Tennessee’s losses have all come by exactly 26 points) if things hit the way we think they can. Auburn’s been close.

In the loss last week, we saw the run game finally break out a bit in limited glimpses. Boobee Whitlow had 88 yards on just eight carries, while Jarrett Stidham was allowed to throw the ball a little more. Two misses on what should’ve been easy touchdowns to Darius Slayton (one Stidham’s fault, one Slayton’s) and Auburn’s right there in the end. Add in the fumble from Whitlow going in, and there you have it. Kevin Steele got out-game-planned by Joe Moorhead, but that happens every now and then.

Today, it’s Jeremy Pruitt. The non-asparagus-knower has a team that’s 93rd in scoring offense and 63rd in scoring defense. When Auburn’s defense is matched up against the Volunteer offense, we should see very few points. This is not a team that can really move the ball with any regularity (although they did a good job at times against Georgia).

More importantly, however, we’ll be seeing a defense that could allow this Auburn offense a foothold. They haven’t been particularly good against the pass, so maybe this is the game where we see a watershed moment. A couple deep balls completed for touchdowns. A long run. Something that helps the offensive line grow. We need it.

This is a game that I wish we had at night, under the lights, with Ron Franklin counting off yardage on ESPN. It’s a name matchup that deserves that kind of billing. Instead, it’s going to be a beautiful day on the Plains. A beautiful day for a win.

Florida vs Vanderbilt

The Gators are rising. Vanderbilt? Not so much.

The Florida Gators are 5-1, rising and roaring to life after a mostly mediocre three years under Jim McElwain that ended with a moribund 2017 season.

The Vanderbilt Commodores are 3-3, nearly a month removed from a remarkable close call at Notre Dame, and treading water — barely. Vandy’s 1-3 over its last four games, has claimed wins over just two directional Volunteer State schools and Nevada this year, and is drifting back toward the irrelevance that James Franklin made a memory and Derek Mason was hired to stave off.

Those two teams meet in Nashville this Saturday (noon Eastern, ESPN or WatchESPN or ESPN+) — oh, and Florida hasn’t lost at Vanderbilt in decades.

Why is the spread on this game just a touchdown, exactly?
When Florida has the ball

The Gators have made “Getting it done” their offensive identity in 2018 thus far, rarely doing the spectacular but usually doing enough.

The passing game? It’s effective when it needs to be. Feleipe Franks completed under 50 percent of his throws against LSU last Saturday, marking the sixth start of his young Florida career in which he missed on at least half of his throws — but this was Florida’s first win over a Power Five opponent in those games, and Franks averaged better than 15 yards a completion thanks partly to a couple of beautiful deep throws to Josh Hammond. Those throws led to very different drive outcomes — a Franks interception and a Florida touchdown — but Franks has shown he is capable of them and of making savvy throwaways more often than stupid throws, and Dan Mullen continues to tailor Florida’s offense to his strengths rather than his weaknesses.

It helps that Florida has cultivated a deep group of receivers and tight ends for Franks to utilize — one that Franks himself joined with a catch on a trick play against LSU. Florida only has two receivers (Freddie Swain and Hammond) with 200 receiving yards on the year, but the Gators have nine with at least four catches. And Franks’s 14 passing touchdowns have gone to seven different players, with no player snagging more than the three that Swain, Van Jefferson, and former afterthought Moral Stephens have each reeled in.

Florida doesn’t get enough consistency from Franks — or, as or more importantly, its offensive line — to make explosive passing the bread and butter of its offense, but there’s enough competency there to toast defenses on occasion.

Similarly, Florida’s running game is very good without being particularly explosive. Lamical Perine and Jordan Scarlett finally took back the top two spots on the season rushing yards list from Dameon Pierce against LSU, and both made excellent plays on the ground, with Perine being the recipient of multiple clever fake read speed options and Scarlett doing some pounding running between the tackles.

Florida has also gotten better at executing John Hevesy’s pull-heavy run-blocking schemes as the year has worn on, and the reintroduction of guard Brett Heggie on the line has bolstered the Gators up front.

That all spells trouble for Vanderbilt, which is undersized up front and has paid dearly for it. The Commodores are a woeful 118th nationally in defensive Success Rate, meaning that opposing teams have remained on schedule like the train that runs beyond Vandy’s baseball stadium, and they’re No. 123 in defensive Opportunity Rate, meaning that Perine, Scarlett, and Pierce should have plenty of holes to run through on Saturday.

But Vandy’s pass defense isn’t great, either, giving up 1,400 yards and 10 touchdowns through six games, and the ‘Dores were lit up by Tennessee State — led by receiver Treon Harris, of all people — about as well as they were by South Carolina and Georgia. Vandy was able to keep Notre Dame in check, yes, but the Irish were still starting senior Brandon Wimbush then, and have improved measurably since benching him for Ian Book; the more relevant data points for Saturday’s game are probably the three games since, in which the Commodores are giving up just over 290 yards through the air.

Franks has never thrown for 250 yards in a game, much less 300 — but he might have a chance to do that this Saturday.

Big edge: Florida
When Vanderbilt has the ball

Bizarrely, though, Vanderbilt seems to have a better offense than defense under the defensive-minded Mason. Quarterback Kyle Shurmur, son of New York Giants head coach Pat, is a legitimate NFL prospect with good size and a strong arm, and has matched Vandy’s defense with 1,400 passing yards of his own this year. And the Gators have memories of him aerating their secondary: Shurmur did not play against Florida as a freshman, and completed just nine of 26 throws on the Gators in 2016, but he rebounded by throwing for 264 yards and three touchdowns — while completing just 18 of 40 throws, sure — in 2017, and being far from the reason that Vandy lost in Gainesville.

Shurmur also has a couple of reliable targets: Wideout Kalija Lipscomb and tight end Jared Pinkney. Lipscomb is among the nation’s leaders in catches (45, tied for sixth), receiving yards (496, tied for 28th), and touchdowns (six, tied for 10th) and could have a pro future ahead of him, but Pinkney — a 6’4”, 255-pound titan of a man — has developed into a solid second option for the ‘Dores, averaging 17 yards a catch on 19 receptions. C.J. Bolar’s 17 receptions are third among Commodores, but no other Vandy player has more than six catches, and Lipscomb has nearly a third of the roster’s receptions by himself.

Florida’s pass defense still isn’t exactly airtight, with the corner spot opposite C.J. Henderson being manned largely by C.J. McWilliams (though far more effectively by backups like Trey Dean) and a young safety group still needing a lot more seasoning despiteBrad Stewart and Donovan Stiner each nabbing picks against LSU. But Florida could — and maybe should — sic Henderson on Lipscomb and take its chances with every other Vandy receiver, and there’s been little not to love about Henderson’s play this year.

And though that passing attack is only average when it comes to Success Rate and explosiveness, it’s still better than Vandy’s run game, which is bogged down by ineffectiveness that masks a knack for big plays. The ‘Dores rank No. 90 in rushing marginal efficiency and a terrible No. 120 in Stuff Rate, the latter of which is a really bad stat to carry into a game against Florida’s front seven, especially given the Gators’ season-high 11 tackles for loss against LSU. Ends Jachai Polite and Jabari Zuniga share the team lead in TFLs with 7.5 each, but seven Gators have more than one, and the discipline shown by Vosean Joseph against LSU suggests that Florida might finally have a second linebacker who can approach David Reese’s reliability in run support.

Gainesville native Ralph Webb is — finally, and thankfully — on an NFL roster instead of Vandy’s after four years of making big plays against the Gators, and Ke’Shawn Vaughn, Khari Blasingame, and Jamauri Wakefield share rock-toting duties for the ‘Dores. Vaughn, an Illinois transfer, leads Vandy in yards and yards per carry, and is likely to get most of the work on Saturday — and he’s been great of late, ringing up 146 yards to help save Vandy against Tennessee State and also mustering 79 yards on just eight carries against Georgia.

Edge: Florida
When both teams are kicking

Florida’s kicking games remain among the nation’s best through six games, with Evan McPherson still yet to miss a field goal that didn’t get hit so well that it crossed the crossbar beyond the tops of the goalposts and confuse the referees and Tommy Townsend once more helping Florida at crucial moments against LSU by bombing a 61-yard punt that backed up the Tigers in the final five minutes and flipping the field with a 70-yarder when Florida led by a single point in the third quarter. (McPherson’s booming 78-yard kickoff from his own 20 following Joseph incurring a 15-yard penalty for a Brandon Spikes tribute punt was helpful, too.)

Vandy’s kicking games are led by kicker Ryley Guay and punter Parker Thome, who take time off from what I’m sure are vital YouTube careers, given their names, to give the Commodores average to adequate work. Guay is 6-for-10 on field goals, and Thome is averaging about 45 yards a punt … but Guay has allowed eight returns on 29 kickoffs, and Vandy’s coughed up nearly 30 yards per kick return, and foes are getting about 10 yards a punt return, too, meaning that Kadarius Toney and Swain might have opportunities to make plays in this game.

Vandy punt returner Trey Ellis is averaging nearly 12 yards per attempt, which is good, but Vandy’s kick returners are both averaging about 22 yards a runback.

Edge: Florida
It’s been a while…

Florida’s winning streak over Vanderbilt was maybe the least-loved of the many incredible streaks to be snapped over the last decade, because, er, Vanderbilt is Vanderbilt, but the Gators’ 2013 loss to the Commodores in Gainesville was their first to Vandy since 1988.

And yet, because that loss was in Gainesville and not Nashville, Vandy still hasn’t scored a home win over Florida since then — meaning that a Florida win on Saturday would mean Vandy will go at least 30 full years without downing the Gators at home.

Coming off a dispiriting loss to Georgia and in the midst of another lost season, it’s hard to imagine that Vandy’s home-field advantage — usually nearly nonexistent against Florida, with thousands of Gators fans making the trek to Nashville — will be much of a factor in this contest.

Minnesota vs Ohio State

PJ Fleck’s second season at Minnesota has not inspired much confidence. The former Western Michigan head coach has kept the Golden Gophers above water with a 3-2 record, but none of those wins have come in Big Ten play. In fact, his 0-2 conference record has featured defeats against mid-tier programs (Maryland and Iowa) by a combined 46 points.

But Fleck can make a statement — and notch Minnesota’s first win over a top 10 opponent since beating No. 6 Ohio State way back in 2000 — by upending the Buckeyes’ College Football Playoff aspirations Saturday.

Ohio State has climbed to a No. 3 ranking on the strength of a 6-0 start that’s featured five wins over Power 5 opponents and victories over a pair of top 15 squads; then-No. 15 TCU, and then-No. 9 Penn State. The Gophers shouldn’t pose too much of a problem in Week 7, but Fleck’s team will be hungry for a validating win in Columbus.
Minnesota vs. Ohio State prediction:

The Buckeyes are the No. 4 team in the latest round of the S&P+ rankings. The Golden Gophers clock in at No. 57. The preseason prediction pegged this as a 29-point win for Ohio State, and that might wind up a conservative estimate given Minnesota’s awful start to Big Ten play.
Time, TV channel, and streaming info

Time: Noon. ET
Location: Ohio Stadium, Columbus, OH
TV: Fox Sports 1
Streaming: Fox Sports Go, fuboTV
Odds: Ohio State is favored by 29.5 points.

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Michigan State vs Penn State

Seven regular-season games left. Can Penn State run the table, beginning with today’s Michigan State contest at Beaver Stadium, and finish the regular season 11-1? Stopping Spartans quarterback Brian Lewerke is the Lions’ top priority if PSU wants to reclaim the prestigious Land Grant Trophy. Here are some Penn State-Michigan State essentials …

Kickoff: 3:30 p.m. today.

TV: Big Ten Network.

Radio: Penn State Radio Network.

Series: Michigan State lead the series 16-15-1.

Last year: The Spartans edged Penn State 27-24 at Spartan Stadium.

The spread: Oddsmakers say Penn State by 13.5. The total is 53.

Injury concerns of note: For Michigan State, WR Cody White (hand) and RB LJ Shelton (ankle) are questionable. For Penn State, WR-KR KJ Hamler could not finish the Ohio State game with an apparent head injury.

Matchup to watch: Penn State’s offensive line vs. the Michigan State front seven.

The Big Question: Can Lions RB Miles Sanders shake free against the Spartans’ stout run defense?

He said it: “Well, I sort of really don’t care about people’s opinions. Whatever they say, I kind of don’t really pay attention to it. But for the most part, I sort of just go through it. I mean, life continues to move on. You sort of move with the clocks. You can’t reflect on what happened. You have to move forward and keep on working.” — Penn State WR Juwan Johnson, asked about his six dropped passes in the first five games.

Oregon vs Washington

A major Pac-12 matchup is on tap for Saturday as Washington travels to Oregon in Week 7 college football action. Set to kick off at 3:30 p.m. ET, this game features two conference title hopefuls, with Washington a 3.5-point favorite and the total set at 57.5 in the latest Washington vs. Oregon odds.

With so much on the line in this top-25 matchup between rivals, you won’t want to make any Washington vs. Oregon picks before seeing what SportsLine data scientist Stephen Oh has to say. The renowned co-founder of AccuScore, Oh simulates each game 10,000 times using the SportsLine Projection Model.

Oh is crushing college football in 2018 and heads into this week on an 8-4 run with his point-spread selections. Moreover, he has had a keen eye for the tendencies of Oregon, as he boasts a perfect 4-0 mark against the spread in games involving the Ducks. Now, he’s locked in a play for Saturday that he’s only sharing at SportsLine.

Oh knows Oregon is the No. 17 team in the country, with its only loss coming against Stanford in heartbreaking fashion. However, the Ducks responded with a comfortable road win over Cal and then had a bye week heading into this huge matchup with Washington.

The Ducks have won four of their last five games after an open week with at least 12 days rest and they’ll hope Justin Herbert, C.J. Verdell and Dillon Mitchell can create enough matchup issues against a loaded Washington defense.

Just because the Ducks have been rolling doesn’t mean they’ll stay within the spread on Saturday.

Washington will be highly motivated since it’s still in control of its own destiny in the Pac-12 North and in the conference as a whole. The resume lacks a signature victory at the moment thanks to a neutral-site loss to Auburn, but a win on the road against Oregon would bolster the Huskies’ College Football Playoff chances.

Oh and the SportsLine projection model expect a big day out of Washington running back Myles Gaskin with nearly 100 yards rushing and a touchdown. The model also expects Washington’s defense to force several turnovers.

We can tell you Oh is leaning toward the Under, but his much stronger play is on the side. He has crunched the numbers and discovered a crucial X-factor that makes one side of the spread a must-play.

Who covers Washington-Oregon? And what crucial X-factor causes one side of the spread to hit hard? Visit SportsLine now to see which side you need to jump all over Saturday, all from a data scientist who’s 4-0 on his picks involving Oregon.

Georgia vs LSU

Georgia vs LSU: A pair of heavyweight SEC contenders meet in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, on Saturday when No. 2 Georgia visits No. 13 LSU at 3:30 p.m. ET on CBS and CBSSports.com. The Tigers pose perhaps the biggest regular-season challenge for a Georgia team with national title aspirations, while LSU looks to get back in the hunt …Georgia vs LSU: A pair of heavyweight SEC contenders meet in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, on Saturday when No. 2 Georgia visits No. 13 LSU at 3:30 p.m. ET on CBS and CBSSports.com. The Tigers pose perhaps the biggest regular-season challenge for a Georgia team with national title aspirations, while LSU looks to get back in the hunt …

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