Georgia Tech at Georgia -11/28/20 Early look College Football GOY Picks and Predictions
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Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets (0-0) vs. Georgia Bulldogs (0-0)
College Football: Saturday, November 28, 2020 in Athens, GA
The Line: Georgia -24.0 -- Over/Under:
The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets hit the road for an in-state game against the Georgia Bulldogs. Georgia tech finished the 2019 season with an overall record of (3-9), while Georgia went (12-2). The two teams met last season, as Georgia blew out Georgia Tech to a tune of 52-7. Let’s take a closer look at each program. Get College Football predictions at Pick Dawgz.
Georgia Tech will be guided on offense by sophomore quarterback James Graham. Graham passed for more than 1,100 yards a season ago. The program will also have the likes of running back Jordan Mason back for the 2020 season. Mason rushed for nearly 900 yards while finding the end zone 7 times. Georgia Tech is a program that has that run first mentality, which will be a huge mountain to climb in this matchup. The defense was not good last season and it will be hard to imagine that the defense will have improved enough to stay with Georgia in this game. For more on Georgia Tech, check out the team preview.
Georgia blew out Georgia Tech last season, but the Bulldogs had a different quarterback at that point. Jamie Newman comes over from the ACC, which means he knows a thing or two about Georgia Tech. Newman will blend in well with the talent on this Georgia team. Georgia should not lose a beat during the 2020 season and should be an elite team in not only the SEC, but also in the top 5 in the country. Georgia has a surplus of talent returning for the 2020 campaign. For more on Georgia, check out the team preview.
Overview: The Bulldogs have opened up as 24 point favorites at home for this out of conference contest during the last week of the regular season. Georgia had no issue beating Georgia Tech last season and this year should be no different. Georgia is on a completely different level than Georgia Tech right now. The Georgia defense will make it extremely tough for Georgia Tech to move the football down the field. I’ll take Georgia to cover this large spread, as the Bulldogs did win last season by 45 points.