One four-game unbeaten streak will conclude as the No. 4 Georgia Bulldogs will take the field against the No. 24 Texas A&M Aggies. This important daytime matchup will start at 3:30 p.m. ET and fans can catch it live by tuning in to CBS.
No. 24 Texas A&M vs. No. 4 Georgia Betting Odds 11/23/2019
Georgia is favored by 14 points in this SEC matchup. The Aggies are currently getting +425 moneyline odds while the Bulldogs are -600. The over/under has been set at 45 points. It appears that there should be some good in-game betting scenarios in this showdown.
With the spread opening at -14 and the O/U initially set at 45.5, oddsmakers have moved this game’s outlook slightly.
The Aggies are 7-3 straight up (SU), including 4-2 SU against SEC opponents. The Bulldogs are 9-1 SU overall and 6-1 SU in conference play. The Aggies have lost 0.8 units so far and are 5-4-1 against the spread (ATS). The team has recorded an O/U mark of 5-5.
The Bulldogs have gained 4.0 units this season. They’re 6-4 ATS and have an O/U record of 2-8.
Both teams enter the contest on four-game undefeated streaks. The Aggies are coming off a resounding 30-6 victory over South Carolina last week. Kellen Mond completed 20-of-33 passes for 221 yards and one touchdown. Isaiah Spiller (129 yards on 24 rush attempts) and the signal-caller Mond (47 yards on 10 carries, one TD) spearheaded the ground attack in the win. Jalen Wydermyer (five receptions, 79 yards) and Quartney Davis (five catches, 48 yards) shared the receiving duties.
Georgia is coming off of a 21-14 win over Auburn. The let the Tigers pass for 245 yards and rush for 84 more. Seth Williams was a bright spot in the loss, recording 121 yards on 13 catches for Auburn. For Georgia, Jake Fromm completed 13-of-28 passes for 110 yards and three touchdowns. D’Andre Swift (106 rushing yards on 17 attempts) mounted the ground game in the win while Demetris Robertson (three receptions, 20 yards) and Swift (two catches, -3 yards) led the receiving corps.
Texas A&M has run the ball on 48.9 percent of its offensive possessions this year while Georgia has an overall rush percentage of 57.2 percent. The Aggies have produced 175 rush yards/game (including 160 per game against Southeastern opponents) and have 21 touchdowns via handoffs this year. The Dawgs are logging 208 rushing yards per contest (199 in conference) and have 18 total rush TDs.
If 2019 numbers are any indication, then the Dawgs ought to hold an edge in all aspects of the ground game, as their running backs has produced 5.4 yards per carry while their defense is allowing 2.7 yards per rush attempt to opponents. The Aggies have recorded 5.1 yards per carry while allowing a YPC of 4.3 to opponents.
The Aggies have averaged 259 yards in the air overall (246 per game against conference opposition) and have 20 passing scores so far. The Dawgs have recorded 220 pass yards per outing (190.9 against SEC competition) and have 18 total pass TDs.
Texas A&M has allowed opponents to rush for an average of 132 yards and pass for 195 yards per game. Georgia has allowed 75.5 yards per game on the ground and 191.7 to opposing teams in the air. Both teams allow similar adjusted net yards per pass attempt (ANY/A) to the opposition, as the Aggies have given up an ANY/A of 4.46 to opposing QBs, while the Dawgs are allowing an ANY/A of 4.44.
Mond is up to 2,224 pass yards this year. He’s completed 194-of-307 attempts with 17 passing touchdowns and six interceptions. Mond has a 6.68 adjusted net yards per pass attempt, including 7.72 over the last two games.
Jake Fromm has tallied 1,795 yards, 14 TDs and three INTs for Georgia. His ANY/A sits at 8.07 for the season and 6.20 over his past two outings.
These two SEC adversaries did not get a chance to face one another last season.
Texas A&M Aggies vs. Georgia Bulldogs Betting Pick
SU Winner – Georgia, ATS Winner – Georgia, O/U – Under
Team Betting Notes
Texas A&M has averaged 6.3 yards per rush attempt across its past three contests and 6.8 over its last two.
Georgia has averaged 3.8 yards per carry over its last three matchups and 4.1 over its past two.
The Georgia offense has lost four fumbles this season while Texas A&M has lost seven.
The Aggies offense has tallied three pass plays of 40 or more yards, while the Bulldogs have accounted for six such plays.
The Texas A&M defense has allowed three pass plays of 40 or more yards, while Georgia has given up five such plays.
The Texas A&M offense has created 19 rushing plays of 20+ yards, while Georgia has created 15 such runs.
The Aggies defense has allowed nine rushing plays of 20+ yards, while the Bulldogs have given up three such runs.
The Georgia D has recorded 22 sacks on the year while Texas A&M has 19.