Ole Miss vs. Georgia: Who’s Favored? Betting Line and TV Info

The undefeated Georgia Bulldogs are gearing up for a highly anticipated matchup against the Ole Miss Rebels this Saturday. With a perfect 9-0 record for the season, the Bulldogs have been on a scoring spree, putting up at least 30 points in their last four games against SEC competition. Their offense is second only to LSU in the SEC, and although their defense hasn’t been as dominant as in previous years, it still ranks as the top unit in the conference.

On the other hand, the 8-1 Rebels have also been on the rise, but a near loss to Texas A&M has made them underdogs for their upcoming game against the Bulldogs. Despite their recent success, the Rebels’ defense has been lacking, leaving them ranked only above LSU, South Carolina, and Vanderbilt in the conference.

The last time these two teams met was in 2016 when the Rebels secured a victory. This year, the Lane Kiffin-led Rebels are not expected to replicate that result, but oddsmakers anticipate a competitive game, with the point spread being less than two touchdowns. Kickoff is set for 6 p.m. at Sanford Stadium in Athens, GA, and the game will be broadcast on ESPN.

As for the betting line, the spread favors Ole Miss at +11, with the money line at Ole Miss +328 and Georgia -430. The total over/under for points in the game is set at 59. All eyes will be on this exciting matchup as the Bulldogs aim to maintain their perfect record against a resilient Rebels team.