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CFB : ATS Matchup
Saturday 10/13/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore
GEORGIA
 
LSU
-6.5  

+6.5  
-270

+210

50
 
16
Final
36

GEORGIA (6 - 0) at LSU (5 - 1)
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Week 7 Saturday, 10/13/2018 3:30 PM
Board OpenLatest
197GEORGIA-7-6.5
198LSU5149.5
ADVANCED TEAM STATS
GEORGIA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfYardsYPPTOScoreHalfYardsYPPTO
All Games6-0+23-22-342.826.3485.2(7.5)0.513.05.0283.2(4.5)1.5
Road Games2-0+21-02-042.020.0459.0(6.9)1.023.08.5364.5(4.8)2.5
Last 3 Games3-0+11-11-240.719.3482.0(7.2)0.318.04.3307.7(4.9)1.3
Grass Games5-0+13-21-342.827.6493.2(7.6)0.49.84.6261.2(4.5)1.2
Conference Games4-0+22-12-240.719.5479.7(7)0.517.75.7314.7(4.9)1.5
GEORGIA - Current Season Statistics
 RushingPassingTotal
 PPGHalfFDTOPATT-YDSYPRCMP-ATTPCTYDSPYAATT-YDSYPPYPPT
Offense (All Games)42.826.324.331:2241-245(6)17-2472.4%240(9.9)65-485(7.5)(11.3)
Opponents Defensive Avg.30.519.320.630:3137-185(5)19-2963.0%218(7.4)67-404(6)(13.2)
Offense Road Games42.020.024.033:2146-228(5)14-2169.0%231(11)67-459(6.9)(10.9)
Defense (All Games)13.05.015.828:3730-113(3.8)19-3358.6%170(5.2)63-283(4.5)(21.8)
Opponents Offensive Avg.24.511.919.730:2837-155(4.2)19-3162.0%219(7)68-374(5.5)(15.3)
Defense Road Games23.08.522.526:3928-113(4)27-4856.2%251(5.2)76-364(4.8)(15.8)

LSU - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfYardsYPPTOScoreHalfYardsYPPTO
All Games5-1+5.33-34-231.320.5392.3(5.6)1.017.07.3343.3(4.8)1.8
Home Games3-0+21-22-138.025.3439.0(6.4)1.012.34.3333.0(4.5)2.0
Last 3 Games2-1+11-23-034.020.7451.0(6)2.021.39.0378.7(5.3)1.3
Grass Games4-1+42-33-231.019.2411.6(5.7)1.217.08.2343.6(4.8)1.8
Conference Games2-1+32-12-128.716.0438.0(5.8)1.721.311.3349.0(5.1)1.3
LSU - Current Season Statistics
 RushingPassingTotal
 PPGHalfFDTOPATT-YDSYPRCMP-ATTPCTYDSPYAATT-YDSYPPYPPT
Offense (All Games)31.320.521.831:4443-190(4.4)15-2853.6%202(7.3)70-392(5.6)(12.5)
Opponents Defensive Avg.23.813.819.831:1240-162(4)17-3156.2%203(6.5)71-365(5.1)(15.3)
Offense Home Games38.025.324.331:0244-228(5.1)15-2460.3%211(8.7)69-439(6.4)(11.6)
Defense (All Games)17.07.318.828:1636-122(3.4)19-3553.1%222(6.2)71-343(4.8)(20.2)
Opponents Offensive Avg.31.717.920.729:4536-160(4.4)19-3260.6%250(7.9)68-410(6)(12.9)
Defense Home Games12.34.319.028:5833-101(3.1)23-4156.6%232(5.7)74-333(4.5)(27)
Average power rating of opponents played: GEORGIA 28.7,  LSU 35.3
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
GEORGIA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/URushingPassingTORushingPassingTO
9/1/2018AUSTIN PEAY45-0W-48.5L -33-28421-27-224129-9113-21-611
9/8/2018@ S CAROLINA41-17W-8.5W52.5O52-27116-19-202120-5431-48-2822
9/15/2018MIDDLE TENN ST49-7W-33.5W59.5U35-26117-21-223038-15820-30-1302
9/22/2018@ MISSOURI43-29W-14T68O40-18513-23-260137-17223-48-2213
9/29/2018TENNESSEE38-12W-31L54U50-25117-24-190025-6613-21-1431
10/6/2018VANDERBILT41-13W-25.5W56U34-21921-31-341029-13816-30-1830
10/13/2018@ LSU            
10/27/2018@ FLORIDA            
11/3/2018@ KENTUCKY            
11/10/2018AUBURN            

LSU - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/URushingPassingTORushingPassingTO
9/2/2018*MIAMI33-17W3W47.5O41-15611-24-140034-8315-35-2592
9/8/2018SE LOUISIANA31-0W-41.5L57.5U35-18410-20-151042-6523-34-1893
9/15/2018@ AUBURN22-21W10W46U42-12115-35-249038-13016-28-1982
9/22/2018LOUISIANA TECH38-21W-18.5L51O48-21816-28-191126-8727-50-3302
9/29/2018OLE MISS45-16W-11W59O50-28118-25-292231-15019-38-1781
10/6/2018@ FLORIDA19-27L1L44O41-18019-34-191343-21513-28-1761
10/13/2018GEORGIA            
10/20/2018MISSISSIPPI ST            
11/3/2018ALABAMA            
11/10/2018@ ARKANSAS            
KEY GAME INFORMATION
GEORGIA: With victories over Notre Dame, Auburn and Oklahoma last year'and a heart-wrenching loss to Alabama in the National Championship game'the Bulldogs will enter the 2018 season confident and motivated. They won't field the same team, of course, with star running backs Sony Michel and Nick Chubb gone to the NFL, along with some key defensive pieces, most notably linebacker Roquan Smith. But sophomore quarterback Jake Fromm, the biggest reason for Georgia's sudden renaissance, will help cover up inexperience and develop another talented offensive unit. That includes RB D'Andre Swift, who can pound the ball behind a stacked line and elude defenders in the open field. There are more questions about the defense, but Kirby Smart has rapidly transformed this program, which is thinking bigger than ever.
LSU: Is it put-up-or-shut-up time for coach Ed Orgeron? While the rest of the West seems to be improving, the feel around Baton Rouge is one of uncertainty. Orgeron's contentious relationship with Matt Canada, the former offensive coordinator who was let go after just one season, speaks to the state of the program. Still, it will always recruit loads of NFL-caliber talent, especially on defense. This season, junior linebacker Devin White will unleash what defensive coordinator Dave Aranda cooks up on the field. There are more questions about the offense, especially QB, the Tigers' perpetual Achilles heel. Danny Etling is gone, which is hardly a death sentence, but there's no sense of a true starter. Combine all of this with one of the toughest schedules in the country, and it could be a down year for LSU.
PREVIEW
No. 2 Georgia expects challenge from No. 13 LSU
 

No. 2 Georgia can validate its ranking and No. 13 LSU can redeem itself when those teams meet in an SEC showdown on Saturday afternoon in Tiger Stadium.

The defending national runner-up Bulldogs are 6-0 and 4-0 in the SEC, but they have played just one ranked team, beating then-No. 24 South Carolina, 41-17, on Sept. 8. The Tigers (5-1, 2-1) were one of the biggest surprises of the first half of the college season, climbing from No. 25 in the preseason poll to No. 5 before losing at then-No. 22 Florida, 27-19, last Saturday.

Georgia can demonstrate that it's worthy of its ranking beyond just lofty preseason expectations as it begins a stretch of four consecutive games against ranked conference opponents.

After Saturday's game, the Bulldogs have an open date before facing No. 14 Florida, No. 18 Kentucky and No. 21 Auburn.

"We've got some tough games," Georgia coach Kirby Smart said. "I think that our tests are upcoming. I think we play some good football teams starting this week with what's an extremely physical, well-coached football team, in a tough place to play."

LSU just played a physical game in a tough place to play when it came up short against the Gators.

"We should have won that football game," Tigers coach Ed Orgeron said. "(The Tigers) know it. I think the team is hungry. This is going to be a tremendous challenge for us.

"Georgia's got our attention, has everybody's attention all year, now it's time to focus in on them and it will be a tremendous challenge for us. I'm glad we have them at home."

LSU has entered the most challenging part of its schedule as well. Next week the Tigers play Mississippi State, which re-entered the rankings at No. 24 after ending a two-game losing streak with an upset victory against then-No. 8 Auburn last week, before getting an open date and facing No. 1 Alabama.

"This is a very hectic schedule and it passes by so fast," Orgeron said. "If you look back in August, it's like the blink of an eye that we're already on our seventh game and we're playing Georgia.

"And we're 5-1. We're proud of that. We made a lot of strides as a football team. We still have a long ways to go and we've got some tough opponents coming in."

LSU is still alive in the SEC West race and potentially even the CFP race, as long as it doesn't lose again.

Georgia still has to face its closest competitors in the East in Florida and Kentucky as it defends its East division title.

"We just know that from this point going forward we need to be on our 'A' game, because this is our meat of our schedule," Bulldogs wide receiver Terry Godwin said. "We just have to be Georgia football and be who we are. We haven't played our best yet."

The Tigers hope they haven't played their best yet. They opened the season by beating preseason No. 8 Miami (33-17), then two weeks later they went on the road and beat then-No. 7 Auburn (22-21) in their SEC opener.

But Georgia is the deepest team they have faced so far and LSU is lacking depth in certain areas, including offensive line and linebacker.

"We have to keep our guys fresh, but we have to make sure that the guys that we rotate can handle the player that they're playing against," Orgeron said. "So I think that it's a fine line there. We just can't rotate to rotate. We have to look at the matchup, see if we put some guys in.

"It all depends on what position you're talking about. We're going to have to mix and match the things that we do on defense to match their personnel the whole game. It's going to be another chess match."


Last Updated: 10/20/2018 11:45:21 PM EST


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