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Georgia is halfway through its regular-season schedule. It is 6-0 and ranked No. 1 in the country. Maybe more impressive, it has won its games by a cumulative score of 239-33. The Bulldogs' worst result was a 10-3 victory over Clemson in the opener.
So far, so good. Which is why Georgia is a whopping 22.5-point favorite at BetMGM against a visiting Kentucky team that is having their own great season — 6-0 and ranked 11th nationally.
Vegas doesn’t care. That’s how good Georgia looks.
So here comes the pressure of expectations for the Bulldogs, a program that despite enjoying enormous resources and local talent, hasn’t won a national title since 1980. It’s a nearly inexplicable drought.
It’s part of the backdrop of a Week 7 slate of games that may lack obvious marquee matchups, but will likely produce many results that sort out the pecking order of the season.
The College Football Enquirer breaks down the week ahead while offering its “Race for the Case” predictions on the following games:
Kentucky at Georgia (-22.5)
Oklahoma State at Texas (-5.5)
Mississippi at Tennessee (+3)
BYU at Baylor (-6.5)
North Carolina State at Boston College (+3.5)
Plus the guys' locks of the week.