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    Florida Gators vs. Georgia Bulldogs Pick Prediction NCAA College Football Odds Preview 11-2-2013

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    The Georgia Bulldogs will hit the road to face rivals the Florida Gators in an NCAA college football game from the SEC conference on Saturday afternoon.

    This rivalry game will begin from a neutral field in Jacksonville Florida at 3:30PM Eastern Time with national television coverage provided by CBS TV.


    The point spread from this college football game have the Georgia Bulldogs favored by -2 ½ points.

    Georgia will be coming off the bye week. The team has lost two straight to fall to 4-3 on their 2013 campaign following a 31-27 road defeat two weeks ago to the Vanderbilt Commodores as a -6 ½ point betting favorite. The game total finished at under 63 ½ points. The Bulldogs blew a 27-14 lead after three quarters as they get outscored 17-0 by Vanderbilt in the final quarter.

    The Bulldogs gained 221 yards offensively with 107 running for 3 yards a carry. Aaron Murray hits on 16 of 28 passes for 114 yards and a pick. Murray did have two rushing touchdowns. The team just failed to sustain drives as they go 4 of 14 on third down and turned the football over three times. On defense Georgia allowed 337 yards to the Vanderbilt offense with 119 yards running for 3 yards a carry. The Bulldogs did pick off two passes.

    Florida will be also coming off the bye week and the team has dropped two straight after a 36-17 road defeat two weeks ago to the Missouri Tigers as a -3 point betting favorite. The game total landed over 44 points. The Gators could not overcome a 13-3 first half deficit.

    The team posted a miserable 151 yards of offense with 59 running for under 2 yards a carry. Tyler Murphy completed 15 of 29 throws for 92 yards and a pick. Florida committed three turnovers and forced two from the Tigers. The Gators defense was lit up for 500 yards to the Missouri offense with 205 rushing for 5 ½ yards per attempt.