The Ole Miss Rebels (8-1, 5-1) take on the Georgia Bulldogs (9-0, 6-0) in a matchup of top-10 teams Between the Hedges on Saturday in Sanford Stadium. Ole Miss has won four straight games since their loss at Alabama, most recently defeating Vanderbilt 33-7. Georgia looks to continue their dominant 36-game regular season winning streak (24 straight in conference) before heading to Knoxville, TN, next week to take on the Volunteers.
Ole Miss Rebels vs. Georgia Bulldogs Betting Odds and Match Details
|**Odds Courtesy of DraftKings Sportsbook**|
Fixture: Ole Miss @ Georgia
Date and Time: November 1, 2023 @ 7:00 am EST
Location: Sanford Stadium; Athens, GA
Weather: Scattered Showers/Cloudy, High 61*/ Low 46*
Points Per Game: 38.78
Points Allowed Per Game: 22.89
3rd Down Efficiency: 41-113
4th Down Efficiency: 17-24
Net Passing Yards Per Game: 297.67
Yards Per Pass Attempt: 10.03
Passing TDs: 18
Rushing Yards Per Game: 181.2
Rushing TDs: 24
Mississippi will rely on QB Jaxson Dart and All-American RB Quinshon Judkins as they attempt to stay in the race for the SEC West title. Dart has been really good this season, throwing for 2,467 yards and 16 TDs while also scoring 7 times on the ground. Judkins has rebounded after a slow start and is now 4th in the conference in rushing with 793 yards.
The Land Shark defense has been good but not great. However, they have been able to get to the QB 31 times (7th in the NCAA). They must figure out how to disrupt UGA QB Carson Beck, who has only been sacked nine times this season.
Points Per Game: 39.33
Points Allowed Per Game: 15.44
3rd Down Efficiency: 64-116
4th Down Efficiency: 6-7
Net Passing Yards Per Game: 325.33
Yards Per Pass Attempt: 9.09
Passing TDs: 18
Rushing Yards Per Game: 167.7
Rushing TDs: 23
The two-time defending National Championship Bulldogs have continued to roll along in 2023. They came in at #2 in the initial College Football Playoff Rankings but will need to navigate two tough tests this week and next.
QB Carson Beck has been outstanding, completing over 72% of his passes. The offense has had to adjust over the last few weeks after losing star TE Brock Bowers to an ankle injury. WRs Dominic Lovett and Ladd McConkey have led the way, combining 21 receptions and 346 yards over the last two games.
UGA is likely the SEC’s only shot at making the College Football Playoff unless chaos ensues over the last few weeks of the season. If this game were in Oxford, I would be tempted to pick Ole Miss outright. Thus, it isn’t. The Dawgs will get it done at home.
Georgia 34 – Ole Miss 24
Ole Miss +10.5, -108
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