Georgia Bulldogs vs. TCU Horned Frogs NCAAF Pick - AutoZone Liberty Bowl Odds
In The AutoZone Liberty Bowl, the SEC will meet the Big 12 at the Liberty Bowl Stadium in Memphis Tennessee where The Bulldogs of Georgia (7-5) will meet the Horned Frogs of Texas Christian University (6-6). The game will be broadcasted for national audiences on ESPN with a scheduled kick-off time of 12:00 PM ET. These two teams have met three times previously in their program histories, the Dawgs have won all three.
Georgia Bulldogs vs. TCU Horned Frogs Overview
Both outfits come in to this contest on a low note as they lost their penultimate season contests. For the Dawgs, the loss was all the more bitter as they fell by a point at home Between The Hedges against their arch nemesis Georgia Tech. In this game, the Dawgs blow a 13-point lead at the start of the fourth quarter. For TCU, the Frogs were ransacked at home by Kansas State where they fell 30-6 to wrap up their regular season at a .500 mark. TCU had aspirations of once again vying for a Big 12 Conference Title in 2016. For the Dawgs, the Bulldog Nation ushered in a coaching change with the termination of former Head Coach Mark Richt and the hiring of the current skipper, Kirby Smart.
Georgia vs. TCU Betting Trends
- TCU is 3-9 ATS overall this year.
- Under is 8-1-1 in TCU bowl games.
- Georgia is 5-7 ATS this season.
- Under is 5-0 in Georgia’s last 5 neutral site matches.
Public Money Consensus
So far 86% of the public have taken the Bulldogs in a Pick-Em situation compared to the TCU Horned Frogs. Be that this is a Pick-Em, there is no Money Line market by virtue of the fact both outfits are a priced at -105. In the Over/Under, 75% of the public like the Over for a line currently sitting at 49.
Georgia Bulldogs vs. TCU Horned Frogs Prediction
The Bulldogs could have easily finished at 10-2 this season, had they not lost three games by virtue of a Hail Mary and two points in total. 2016 was a year of emotional highs and lows for the Bulldog Nation as they defeated a ranked North Carolina the Chick-Fil-A Classic and a #9 Auburn in Athens to bolster their resume. For TCU, the Horned Frogs have more or less looked demoralized and against Kansas State they were simply flat. Given the fact TCU has played in games of more prominence in recent years, you have to wonder how they will enter this contest. TCU’s defense seems virtually non-existence and their offense looks out of sync. While Georgia may have five losses this season, they rank among the best in passing defense and have an absolute beast at running back in Nick Chubb when he is healthy. Look for the Dawgs to finish strong here.
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