Betting Odds Released for Georgia Bulldogs’ 2023 Games With Florida Gators, Tennessee Vols

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ATHENS – Kirby Smart and the Georgia Bulldogs are already listed as heavy favorites to win significant games in the 2023 season. 

On Thursday, FanDuel released odds for select games in the 2023 season. Georgia’s games against Kentucky, Tennessee and against the Gators have the Dawgs as at least a touchdown favorite to win. 

The Dawgs host Kentucky in Athens, and the Bulldogs are considered a 24-point favorite to beat the Wildcats Between the Hedges. The Dawgs are listed as 20.5-point favorites to beat archival Florida in Jacksonville. Meanwhile, the most interesting game of the season might be Georgia’s trip to Neyland Stadium. In that game Georgia is considered a 7.5-point favorite to win. 





The Bulldogs are also listed as the favorite to win it all at +220 odds. Nick Saban’s Alabama Crimson Tide are in second at +550. Big Ten powers Ohio State (+750) and Michigan (+1000) round out the top four. Only USC (+1600) and LSU (+1800) have odds better than +2000 – the rest of the college football field is at that number or lower. 

Georgia QBs Carson Beck and Brock Vandagriff share +4000 odds to win the Heisman Trophy. 





Other significant lines listed on Thursday include:

Kentucky (+24) at Georgia
Georgia (-20.5) vs. Florida
Georgia (-7.5) at Tennessee

North Carolina (-1) vs. South Carolina
Florida State (-1) vs. LSU
Texas (+9.5) at Alabama
Texas A&M (-3.5) at Miami
Tennessee (-6.5) at Florida
Florida State (+3) at Clemson
Ohio State (-10) at Notre Dame
Texas (-6.5) vs. Oklahoma
Alabama (-9.5) at Texas A&M
USC (-1.5) at Notre Dame
Tennessee (+8.5) at Alabama
Penn State (+9.5) at Ohio State
LSU (+9.5) at Alabama
Ohio State (+1) at Michigan

The Bulldogs are coming off a 65-7 win over Texas Christain in the College Football Playoff National Championship Game. The win gave Georgia back-to-back national titles – a first for any program in the CFP era. 

The Bulldogs just concluded Signing Day. The NCAA’s Transfer Portal and NFL deadlines have passed. The Dawgs know now what it has going into the 2023 season. The Bulldogs will have to replace a slew of very good players including starting QB Stetson Bennett and DL Jalen Carter – among others.

Georgia opens the 2023 season in Sanford Stadium against Tennessee-Martin on Saturday, September 2. 

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