point spread: Auburn vs. Georgia, Florida State vs. Virginia
Point spread and odds on the
Week 11 college football games Auburn vs. Georgia and Florida
State vs. Virginia Tech.
start this college football preview with the game between the
No.18 Auburn Tigers (7-3) and the No.10 Georgia Bulldogs (7-2).
Bookmaker Georgia will enter the field favorite with odds on
winning the Week 11 game at -135 and Auburn is dog with odds
+115. The point spread on the Auburn vs. Georgia game is
currently sitting at -2 points chalk the Bulldogs with total at
44 points. Auburn is 4-1 against the spread in its last 5 games
on the road and Georgia is 1-4 ATS in its last 5 games when
playing at home against Auburn. The total has gone UNDER in 4 of
Auburn's last 6 games when playing Georgia.
Georgia has recovered from the Tennessee
loss three weeks ago, which jeopardized Bulldog's chances
for a SEC Championship and won the last three games and has
climbed on top of the SEC East. Auburn won their last game
against Tennessee Tech 3-35 and are behind LSU in the SEC West.
The beigest problem for the Bulldogs this Saturday will be the
Tigers defense, which ranks first in SEC for points allowed at
14.1 per game and second in total defense with 303.4 yards on
average each game. In Auburn, RB Brad Lester and safety Zaccheus
Etheridge are probable for the game, but WR Terrell Zachary, OG
Leon Hart and DB Lorenzo Ferguson are out for the season.
Georgia quarterback Matt Stafford is day-to-day, but RBs Kregg
Lumpkin and Thomas Brown are out indefinitely with injuries.
The next college football game form Week
11 we'll look into is the match-up between the Florida State
Seminoles (6-3) and the No.11 Virginia Tech Hokies (7-2). The
Seminoles are underdog at
Bookmaker with odds +200 and the Hokies are favorite with betting odds -240 on winning the
Saturday game. The point spread for the Florida State vs.
Virginia Tech match-up is favoring the Hokies -6 points and the
total is sitting at 39.5 points.
This ACC match-up will be nothing short
of excitement. Florida State upset Boston College last week on
the road, just two weeks after the Hokies blew a 10-point lead
and lost to BC. But the 3rd ACC offense of Florida State will
meet the second-ranked Virginia Tech defense, allowing only
310.9 yards per game and leading ACC in points allowed at only
14.3 on average. Long list of injuries in both teams could keep
the score low, at Virginia Tech quarterback Tyrod Taylor and WR
Eddie Royal are still questionable for the Saturday football
game, TEs Sam Wheeler and Chris Drager are out for the season,
and LB Vince Hall and CB Roland Minor are out indefinitely.
Florida State will play against the Hokies without RB Marcus
Sims, WR Richard Goodman, DE Kevin McNeil and FB Joe Surratt.
Questionable in the Seminoles camp remain DT Emmanuel Dunbar, OT
Antwane Greenlee and FB Matt Dunham.