Texas Longhorns vs Georgia Bulldogs Allstate Sugar Bowl NCAA College Football Betting Now, Odds, Lines, New Free Predictions


Texas Longhorns
Texas Longhorns
9-4
8:45 pm ET, Tuesday, January 1, 2019
Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans, Louisiana
Georgia Bulldogs
Georgia Bulldogs
11-2
TV: 8:45 p.m. ET, ESPN.
Texas Longhorns vs Georgia Bulldogs Allstate Sugar Bowl NCAA College Football Betting Now, Odds, Lines, New Free Predictions

Texas Longhorns vs Georgia Bulldogs Betting Live Odd

Time Gm# Team Opener BookMaker BetDSI TopBet Intertops
01/01
5:45p
277
278
Texas
Georgia
58
10½
59
12
58½o-115
11½
58½
11½
58½
11

Texas Longhorns vs Georgia Bulldogs Match Preview and Free Picks

Sixth-ranked Georgia faces No. 14 Texas in the Allstate Sugar Bowl on Jan. 1, and for the Bulldogs the challenge of facing the Longhorns is one of several hurdles they must overcome. Last season’s national runner-up would have made the College Football Playoff if it had not blown a fourth-quarter lead in losing to No. 1 Alabama in the SEC championship, defensive coordinator Mel Tucker left to take the head job at Colorado, and reports have surfaced that highly touted freshman quarterback Justin Fields intends to transfer. “This is the hand we were dealt,” sophomore quarterback Jake Fromm told reporters. “I know I’m going to go out and try to compete and play my best.”

The Longhorns have enjoyed a renaissance in Tom Herman’s second season as coach, achieving their highest win total since a nine-win campaign in 2012 and are back in a high-profile bowl game for the first time since losing the BCS championship in 2009. Texas shook off an upset loss to Maryland in the season opener, finishing 6-3 in games decided by one possession and defeating four ranked teams. “It’s really big for our team and our seniors,” senior defensive tackle Chris Nelson told the media. “To have a chance to leave a legacy on the program and get it back to the level that Texas needs to be at is special.”

Both quarterbacks look to cap stellar seasons with a New Year’s Day bowl victory. Sophomore quarterback Sam Ehlinger, who is recovering from an AC joint sprain in his throwing shoulder, passed for 25 touchdowns with five interceptions, rushed for 13 touchdowns and has already accumulated 5,038 passing yards in two seasons. Fromm completed 68.4 percent of his passes for 2,537 yards and 27 touchdowns with five interceptions, and his play down the stretch limited opportunities for Fields.

The Texas Longhorns and the Georgia Bulldogs will both be gunning for a victory on Tuesday when they meet at Mercedes-Benz Superdome.

Texas Longhorns vs Georgia Bulldogs Key Players Betting Report

Texas Longhorns: Ehlinger has two big-time targets in junior wide receivers Lil’Jordan Humphrey and Collin Johnson, who have combined for 144 receptions, 2.054 yards and 16 touchdowns - making the Longhorns one of only seven teams to have two receivers with 65-plus receptions. A healthy offensive line has helped Texas average 31.3 points per game, as lineman have missed only three combined games this season. Senior defensive end Charles Omenihu earned Big 12 defensive lineman of the year, leading the conference with 9½ sacks.

Georgia Bulldogs: The Bulldogs average 39.2 points and feature the nation’s 12th-best rushing offense at 251.6 yards per game, fronted by sophomore D’Andre Swift (1,037 yards, 10 touchdowns) and junior Elijah Holyfield (956 yards, seven scores). Defensively, Georgia has allowed only 19.3 points per game, led by All-American defensive back Deandre Baker and his 40 tackles, two interceptions and 10 pass breakups. Kicker Rodrigo Blankenship is one of the nation’s most consistent kickers, hitting 19-of-23 field goals while recording 79 touchbacks on 93 kickoffs.

Texas Longhorns Betting Odds Trends

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Game Lines

Match
Spread Moneyline Total
Texas (#15) +12.0 (-110) +330 O 60.0 (-110)
Georgia (#5) -12.0 (-110) -460 U 60.0 (-110)
DRAW - - -
First Half
Spread Moneyline Total
Texas (#15) +7.0 (-115) +270 O 30.5 (-110)
Georgia (#5) -7.0 (-105) -340 U 30.5 (-110)
DRAW - - -
1st Quarter
Spread Moneyline Total
Texas (#15) +3.5 (-130) +215 O 13.5 (-130)
Georgia (#5) -3.5 (-105) -305 U 13.5 (-105)
DRAW - - -
2nd Quarter
Spread Moneyline Total
Texas (#15) +3.5 (-115) O 14.5 (-135)
Georgia (#5) -3.5 (-115) U 14.5 (EVEN)
3rd Quarter
Spread Moneyline Total
Texas (#15) +3.5 (-115) O 13.5 (-130)
Georgia (#5) -3.5 (-115) U 13.5 (-105)
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Alternate Lines

Texas (#15) @ Georgia (#5) | Spread
Texas (#15) @ Georgia (#5) | Total Points O/U - Texas (#15)
Texas (#15) @ Georgia (#5) | Total Points O/U - Georgia (#5)
Texas (#15) @ Georgia (#5) | Total Points O/U

Special Bets

Texas (#15) @ Georgia (#5) | Team to win the coin toss

Team Totals

Texas (#15) @ Georgia (#5) | Total Team Points - Texas (#15)
Texas (#15) @ Georgia (#5) | Total Team Points - Georgia (#5)

Score Props

Texas (#15) @ Georgia (#5) | Highest Scoring Half
Texas (#15) @ Georgia (#5) | Margin of Victory
Texas (#15) @ Georgia (#5) | First team to 10 points
Texas (#15) @ Georgia (#5) | Texas Longhorns Total Points - Odd or Even
Texas (#15) @ Georgia (#5) | Georgia Bulldogs Total Points - Odd or Even

Touchdown Props

Texas (#15) @ Georgia (#5) | Longest Touchdown Yardage in the Game

Defense/Special Teams Props

Texas (#15) @ Georgia (#5) | Will a Special Teams or Defensive TD be scored?

Game Props

Texas (#15) @ Georgia (#5) | First Scoring Play
Texas (#15) @ Georgia (#5) | The first score of the game - Exact outcome
Texas (#15) @ Georgia (#5) | Score In The First 5m30s Of The 1st Quarter
Texas (#15) @ Georgia (#5) | Will either team score 3 unanswered times in the game?
Texas (#15) @ Georgia (#5) | Will the game go to Overtime?
Texas (#15) @ Georgia (#5) | The First Turnover of the Game will be?
Texas (#15) @ Georgia (#5) | Team to Call the First Timeout in the Game
Texas (#15) @ Georgia (#5) | First Team To Score


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