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Georgia is a seven-point favorite vs. LSU in the SEC championship game.

3 things to know before betting UGA as a 7-point underdog vs. LSU

Georgia football is one of the favorites to win the national championship this season, and many Bulldogs fans who are watching those odds are also watching the week-to-week point spreads as well. With that in mind, DawgNation is proud to share a brand new show — in partnership with R.S. Andrews — called Go With the Flow. It offers a chance to hear from some of your favorite DawgNation personalities as they share their thoughts on UGA, and the other big games each week around college football, and play along with R.S. Andrews’ Dari Payrow as he decides which picks he likes best.

3 things to know before betting UGA as a seven-point underdog vs. LSU

Georgia has been a strong performer in the underdog role as of late.

Georgia has covered five-straight games when its opponent was favored, and won three of those contests straight up according to ESPN’s Chris “The Bear” Fallica. The last time the Bulldogs weren’t favored was a year ago in the 2018 SEC Championship Game when UGA was a 12-point underdog to Alabama.

LSU is 7-3-2 against the spread this season.

The Tigers have won 13-straight games dating back to a 40-32 win against UCF in last year’s Fiesta Bowl, but LSU hasn’t been perfect against the spread this season. The Tigers most recently failed to cover as 41.5-point favorites in a 56-20 win vs. Arkansas on Nov. 23. LSU pushed as 21-point favorites in a 58-37 win against Ole Miss on Nov. 16. The Tigers were also kept within the point spread in wins against Auburn, Florida and Northwestern State according to OddsShark.

The “under” has hit in nine of UGA’s 12 games this season.

The total went over for the Bulldogs in their 52-7 win at Georgia Tech. Marking just the third time that’s occurred this season, and just the second instance for UGA against a Power-Five opponent. The high-powered offense of LSU has led to considerably more overs for the Tigers. The total has gone over in eight of LSU’s 12 games this season.

For more on UGA vs. LSU, and a betting preview of the rest of the weekend’s top games, check out the latest edition of Go With The Flow — presented by R.S. Andrews — linked below.

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Posted by UGA DawgNation – Georgia Bulldogs on Friday, December 6, 2019