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CFB : ATS Matchup
Saturday 9/22/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore
GEORGIA
 
MISSOURI
-14  

+14  
-735

+500

68
 
43
Final
29

GEORGIA (3 - 0) at MISSOURI (3 - 0)
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Week 4 Saturday, 9/22/2018 12:00 PM
Board OpenLatest
403GEORGIA-13.5-14.5
404MISSOURI63.565
ADVANCED TEAM STATS
GEORGIA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfYardsYPPTOScoreHalfYardsYPPTO
All Games3-0+12-11-145.033.3488.3(7.8)0.78.05.7258.7(4.2)1.7
Road Games1-0+11-01-041.020.0473.0(6.7)1.017.010.0336.0(4.9)2.0
Last 3 Games3-0+12-11-145.033.3488.3(7.8)0.78.05.7258.7(4.2)1.7
Conference Games1-0+11-01-041.020.0473.0(6.7)1.017.010.0336.0(4.9)2.0
GEORGIA - Current Season Statistics
 RushingPassingTotal
 PPGHalfFDTOPATT-YDSYPRCMP-ATTPCTYDSPYAATT-YDSYPPYPPT
Offense (All Games)45.033.324.730:1740-272(6.8)18-2280.6%216(9.7)62-488(7.8)(10.9)
Opponents Defensive Avg.37.824.62330:1239-221(5.7)19-2673.4%210(8.3)64-431(6.7)(11.4)
Offense Road Games41.020.030.035:4352-271(5.2)16-1984.2%202(10.6)71-473(6.7)(11.5)
Defense (All Games)8.05.713.329:4329-101(3.5)21-3364.6%158(4.8)62-259(4.2)(32.3)
Opponents Offensive Avg.19.310.816.930:4831-123(4)21-3266.3%195(6.1)63-318(5)(16.4)
Defense Road Games17.010.019.024:1720-54(2.7)31-4864.6%282(5.9)68-336(4.9)(19.8)

MISSOURI - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfYardsYPPTOScoreHalfYardsYPPTO
All Games3-0+22-12-043.727.0589.0(6.8)0.721.310.3379.7(6.1)1.0
Home Games2-0+12-01-045.527.0579.5(6.9)0.513.53.5262.5(4.5)1.0
Last 3 Games3-0+22-12-043.727.0589.0(6.8)0.721.310.3379.7(6.1)1.0
Turf Games2-0+12-01-045.527.0579.5(6.9)0.513.53.5262.5(4.5)1.0
MISSOURI - Current Season Statistics
 RushingPassingTotal
 PPGHalfFDTOPATT-YDSYPRCMP-ATTPCTYDSPYAATT-YDSYPPYPPT
Offense (All Games)43.727.030.032:5245-200(4.4)27-4167.2%389(9.6)86-589(6.8)(13.5)
Opponents Defensive Avg.37.321.222.230:5437-135(3.6)24-3665.6%316(8.7)73-451(6.2)(12.1)
Offense Home Games45.527.029.533:2045-183(4.1)28-3970.9%396(10)84-579(6.9)(12.7)
Defense (All Games)21.310.317.027:0825-75(3)23-3861.1%305(8.1)63-380(6.1)(17.8)
Opponents Offensive Avg.24.213.319.830:0633-151(4.5)23-3760.9%247(6.6)71-398(5.6)(16.4)
Defense Home Games13.53.514.026:3929-91(3.1)15-2951.7%171(5.9)58-262(4.5)(19.4)
Average power rating of opponents played: GEORGIA 20.3,  MISSOURI 20.3
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@ MISSOURI            
9/29/2018TENNESSEE            
10/6/2018VANDERBILT            
10/13/2018@ LSU            

MISSOURI - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/URushingPassingTORushingPassingTO
9/1/2018TENN-MARTIN51-14W-35.5W -44-16423-34-394029-9417-30-1831
9/8/2018WYOMING40-13W-19.5W52.5O46-20333-45-398130-8813-28-1601
9/15/2018@ PURDUE40-37W-5.5L67O46-23326-43-375116-4239-55-5721
9/22/2018GEORGIA            
10/6/2018@ S CAROLINA            
10/13/2018@ ALABAMA            
10/20/2018MEMPHIS            
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.
MISSOURI: Quarterback Drew Lock returns to Columbia for his senior season, and with his entire offensive line joining him, look for more gaudy statistics (he's thrown for 8,695 yards and 17 TDs so far) from the strong-armed NFL prospect. But it is what surrounds Lock, and new offensive coordinator Derek Dooley, that will determine the Tigers' conference fate. Speedy wide receiver Emanuel Hall is a game-breaker if healthy. Then there's the defense, which is solid but with concerns at end and safety. Mizzou has a brutal three-game stretch starting in late September'it hosts Georgia, then travels to South Carolina and Alabama'but the remainder of its schedule is manageable. Their QB play alone makes the Tigers an intriguing betting option.
PREVIEW
No. 2 Georgia in Lock-down mode heading to Missouri
 

Job one for No. 2 Georgia in Saturday's SEC showdown at Missouri -- find a way to slow down Tigers quarterback Drew Lock.

That may be easier said than done.

A senior, Lock is arguably the top quarterback in the SEC, averaging 354 yards passing while throwing 11 touchdowns through three games, and figures to give a young Bulldogs secondary what could be its toughest test this year.

Kickoff at Memorial Stadium in Columbia, Mo., is set for noon ET (ESPN).

Lock certainly has the attention of Georgia head coach Kirby Smart, whose Bulldogs (3-0, 1-0 SEC) look to knock off the Tigers (3-0, 0-0) for the third straight year.

"He can make every throw. He threw the ball outside of the stadium last year on us. I think the biggest thing is his maturity level, his confidence," said Smart. "He's seen the coverages. He's seen the checks. He understands where he wants to go with the ball. He's got as fast of release as I've ever seen. He can get the ball out so quick, and he does such a good job of keying your defenders and knowing where to go with the ball.

"You can tell they really work hard on it, and I think he's just more mature."

Bulldogs senior defensive end Jonathan Ledbetter knows all about the challenge the Tigers figure to present.

He's been part of Georgia's last two victories, including the Bulldogs' 28-27 victory during their last trip to Columbia in 2016.

"They have a great football team. They have a great passing game and a great quarterback that is seasoned, he has been there for a while. We played him last year and the year before that," Ledbetter said. "We've had close games with them and it is just going to come down to executing. We'll have to have a lot of communications like we did in the South Carolina game. We also have to just play smart and play in the ways that benefits the defense. We don't want anybody isolated in this game. We are going to try to play as a unit."

Missouri coach Barry Odom is certainly impressed with what he's seen from the Bulldogs.

"You can't talk about the top teams in college football without Georgia coming up in the conversation," Odom said. "You always want to find mismatches ... there's not many out there."

Lock said Georgia's defense is one of the best he's seen.

"It's almost fun to watch when you're watching the tape," Lock said.

Odom's not too sure about that.

"I would disagree with that," Odom said. "I haven't found the fun part yet."

While Georgia's defense will be focused on Lock, Missouri's defense faces some challenges of its own.

The Bulldogs are averaging 45 points in their three wins and face a Tiger team that's allowing over 300 yards passing per game.

While Georgia will certainly look to take advantage of that aspect of Missouri's defense with quarterbacks Jake Fromm and Justin Fields, don't look for the Bulldogs to suddenly forgo their running game, which is averaging 272 yards rushing.

Junior Elijah Holyfield -- the son of former heavyweight boxing champion Evander Holyfield -- has been responsible for much of that damage, rushing for a career-best 100 yards last week against Middle Tennessee.

"He practices tough, physical. Every day for him is physical. There is not a day he goes out there and says, 'I'm taking this day off or I'm not going full speed today.' He's not a guy you have to motivate," Smart said. "He loves the game. He practices hard. I think he really likes competition because when he gets thudded by a guy, he always likes to come back and get that guy back.

"You kind of see that out there in his play. He likes contact, and he's a bowling ball. He's hard to bring down. He's really tough."


Last Updated: 12/16/2018 7:19:36 PM EST


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