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Georgia Bulldogs 2014 BCS Title Odds

It seemed as though Georgia Head Coach Mark Richt was coaching for his job a couple of season’s ago, but he is certainly on more secure footing heading into this year. The Bulldogs are coming off back to back SEC East titles while going 22-6 in their last 28 games. The odds makers like Georgia to continue their division run this year, making them a +160 money line favorite ($100 wins $160) to win the SEC East for a third straight year, and they like Richt’s squad as a potential national title contender. The latest 2014 BCS Title Odds from offshore bookmaker 5 Dimes have the Bulldogs listed as a +800 play to win the BCS National Championship.

5Dimes also expects another 10-plus win regular season campaign from Georgia. The team’s regular season win total is set at 9.5 games and the Over is favored at -195 odds ($195 wins $100). Early college football betting lines from the Golden Nugget feature nine Georgia games, the Bulldogs are favored in all nine, including meetings with South Carolina (-3), LSU (-7), and Florida (-4)  

Georgia Bulldogs 2014 BCS Title Odds:

Georgia Bulldogs Odds to win the 2014 BCS National Championship +800
Georgia Bulldogs Odds to win the SEC Championship +400 (two of 14)
Georgia Bulldogs Odds to win the SEC East +160 (one of seven)
Georgia Bulldogs Regular Season Wins: Over 9.5 (-195), Under 9.5 (+155)

Golden Nugget College Football Games of the Year (featuring Georgia):

9/7 South Carolina vs Georgia (-3)
9/28 LSU vs Georgia (-7)
10/5 Georgia (-12) @ Tennessee
10/12 Missouri vs Georgia (-16.5)
10/19 Georgia (-10) @ Vanderbilt
11/02 Georgia (-4) vs Florida
11/16 Georgia (-14) @ Auburn
11/23 Kentucky vs Georgia (-29)
11/30 Georgia (-9) @ Georgia Tech

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