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2022 College Football Playoff Odds, Prediction: Georgia State vs. Ohio Drafts, Peach Bowl Betting by Proven Model

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The No. 4 Ohio State Buckeyes are hoping to make the most of their opportunity when they face the No. 1 Georgia Bulldogs in a 2022 College Football Playoff semifinal on Saturday at the 2022 Peach Bowl in Atlanta. The Buckeyes (12-1) propped up the playoffs thanks to USC’s loss to Utah in the Pac-12 title game, but they won’t apologize. And they hope to have a chance for revenge. Their 45-23 loss to Michigan in their regular season finale on Nov. 26 almost cost them that chance, but the winner here will face the runner-up from the previous game TCU vs. Michigan on Saturday. The top-seeded and defending national champions (13-0) Bulldogs had little trouble making it back to the CFP semi-finals. They crushed LSU in the SEC Championship Game on Dec. 3. They also won the only previous meeting between these teams, beating the Buckeyes 21-14 in the 1993 Citrus Bowl.

Kickoff is scheduled for 8 p.m. ET at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. The Bulldogs are 5-point favorites in Caesars Sportsbook’s latest Ohio State vs. Georgia odds, and the over/under for total runs scored in the Peach Bowl is set at 62.5. Before you lock in the Georgia vs. Ohio State picks, you need to see the CFP Semifinals predictions and Peach Bowl betting tips from the SportsLine projection model.

The SportsLine projection model simulates every FBS college football game 10,000 times. Over the past six-plus years, the proprietary computer model has generated an astonishing profit of nearly $2,500 for $100 players on its top-rated college football picks against the spread. Everyone who followed him saw huge returns.

Now, the model has dialed Georgia vs. Ohio State and has just revealed its coveted picks and 2022 Peach Bowl predictions. You can head to SportsLine now to see all of the model’s picks. Now, here are the college football odds and trends for Ohio State vs. Georgia:

  • Ohio State vs. Georgia spread: Bulldogs -5
  • Ohio State vs. Georgia over/under: 62.5 points
  • Ohio State vs. Georgia money line: Buckeyes +180, Bulldogs -220
  • OSU: That’s 6-13 ATS against teams ranked under Ryan Day (as of 2019).
  • UGA: It’s 25-13 ATS against teams ranked under Kirby Smart (since 2016).
  • Ohio State pick vs. Georgia: See the picks on SportsLine

Featured game | Georgia Bulldogs vs. Ohio State Buckeyes

Why Georgia Can Cover

The Bulldogs are 5-3 ATS in their last eight games, and the defense gets the credit, but the offense can win games. UGA allows less than 13 points per game (second in FBS) and scores 39 (11th). Quarterback Stetson Bennett has been the MVP for the past three postseason games, including the SEC title game. He has 811 passing yards (270 per game), 10 touchdowns and no interceptions in those three games. The elder is surrounded by arms, including Mackey Award-winning tight end Brock Bowers and a trio of elite running backs.

Bowers has 726 yards (14 per catch) and six touchdowns, and Ladd McConkey has 675 yards and five scores, but his status is unclear due to a knee injury. Michigan has done its damage on the field, and few are better than the Bulldogs in this area. Kenny McIntosh (709 yards, 10 TDs), Daijun Edwards (681, seven) and Kendall Milton (533, six) lead offense averaging 5.5 yards per carry. Meanwhile, Georgia’s defense is the best in the country against the run (77 YPG). The Bulldogs have won 12 double-digit games and are 8-2 ATS in their last 10 bowl games. See which side to support SportsLine.

Why Ohio State Can Cover

The Buckeyes, who are 5-6-1 ATS this season, don’t want to pass up that chance. They have the No. 2 offense in the nation, a unit that is averaging 44.5 points under quarterback CJ Stroud. The junior has 3,340 passing yards and 37 touchdowns (T-4 in FBS) while throwing just six interceptions. OSU is averaging 493 yards per game (sixth) and protecting the ball. The Buckeyes have a plus-7 turnover margin while the Bulldogs have a minus-1 margin. The offense averages 7.2 yards per play, the best in the country, while the defense allows 4.7 per play (15th).

OSU will have an extra week to prepare after missing out on the conference championship. Running back Miyan Williams has a rushing offense that averages 5.5 yards per carry (eighth in FBS) as he has 817 yards (6.5 per carry) and 13 touchdowns. All-American Marvin Harrison Jr. (1,157 receiving yards) and Emeka Egbuka (1,039) combined for 21 touchdowns. The defense is 30 sacks, with Jack Sawyer (4.5) and JT Tuimoloau (3.5) among several players with multiple takedowns. The Buckeyes allow 304 yards and 19 points per game, both 11th in FBS. See which side to support SportsLine.

How to Make Ohio State vs. Georgia Picks

SportsLine’s model looks at total points, projecting that teams combine for 62 points. It also indicates that one side of the spread has all the value. You can see the Georgia vs. Ohio State Peach Bowl model pick only on SportsLine.

So who wins Georgia vs. Ohio State in the CFP semifinals? And which side of the spread has all the value? Visit SportsLine now to see which side of Ohio Sate vs. Georgia spread, all from the advanced model that has risen nearly $2,500 over the past six years, and find out.


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