Georgia vs Cincinnati prediction

Georgia vs Cincinnati prediction

Georgia vs Cincinnati prediction

For anyone that follows the NFL, you’ll know that the Atlanta Falcons were at one point down and out, in the same position as Cincinnati Bengals. However, Atlanta staged a comeback that ended up sending the orange to their comeback at the end of the games.Kickoff is set for noon ET at Atlanta's Mercedes-Benz Stadium. The Bulldogs are nine-point favorites in William Hill Sportsbook's latest Georgia vs. Cincinnati odds, up from opening at -6.5. The over-under for total points scored is up to 52 after opening at 49.5. Before making any Cincinnati vs. Georgia picks, be sure to check out the college football predictions and betting advice from the SportsLine Projection Model.


Miller also made quick use of the transfer portal, adding guard John Newman from Clemson and center Abdul Ado from Mississippi State. Davenport led Cincinnati to its 65-43 win over Evansville on Tuesday, scoring 11 points and grabbing eight rebounds. DeJulius added nine points and was the top distributor with seven assists. Ado played just 11 minutes in his debut, missing both of his shot attempts. Newman scored four points in 24 minutes of action. Forward Ody Oguama and forward Viktor Lakhin both scored seven points off the bench. Cincinnati struggled from beyond the arc in its season-opener as well, going 7 of 23 from distance.

Cincinnati has been defensive-minded for the better part of the last decade and that is unlikely to change under this coaching staff. The Bearcats are ranked No. 67 in KenPom’s adjusted defensive efficiency ratings. They are going to have one of the top shot blockers in the country patrolling the paint in Ado. If Georgia’s offensive showing against FIU was any indication, the Bulldogs are going to struggle to put up points this season. Neither of these teams were able to knock down shots from the perimeter in their season-openers, which makes the under a nice play on Saturday.Cincinnati is a similar story. The Bearcats had a low-scoring affair in their season opener (a 65-43 win over Evansville), but they had far less roster turnover and ran at the 66th-adjusted tempo last season, according to KenPom. Expect more of the same this year.Cincinnati had plenty of transfers come in through the portal, as well. Hayden Koval, A.J. McGinnis and Jarrett Hensley all came from UNC Greensboro. John Newman III (Clemson), Abdul Ado (Mississippi State) and Ody Oguama (Wake Forest) also joined the squad. (Source: www.actionnetwork.com)


The eighth-ranked Cincinnati Bearcats are looking to make a statement when they face the No. 9 Georgia Bulldogs in Friday's 2021 Peach Bowl. The Bearcats (9-0) were left out of consideration for the College Football Playoff despite a dominant season in the American Athletic Conference, and a win against SEC power Georgia (7-2) would be a validation of sorts. Cincinnati ranks in the top 20 on both sides of the ball, while the Bulldogs also have a top-notch defense and an offense that has come to life under new quarterback J.T. Daniels.

Georgia is 9-2 against the spread in its last 11 neutral-site games as a favorite, and the defensive front is formidable. Defensive tackle Jordan Davis, at 330 pounds, anchors the middle, and Travon Walker and Jalen Carter contribute to a run defense that allows 69 yards per game. Linebackers Azeez Ojulari (5.5 sacks, two forced fumbles) and Nakobe Dean (team-high 64 tackles) will fill the void left by Monty Rice opting out. The unit has 24 sacks in nine games. (Source:www.cbssports.com))



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