Georgia vs Texas A&M Winner Is Obvious, Says ESPN
Georgia vs Texas A&M winner is obvious, says ESPN.
The No. 4 ranked Bulldogs enter this game with everything to lose against a scrappy Aggies squad that has only lost against top-flight competition like Alabama, Auburn and Clemson.
Theoretically, if Georgia wins out in its next two games, a college football playoff spot is all but a lock.
But will that actually happen?
Well, according to ESPN’s statistical analysis of this upcoming match-up, the answer is a resounding “yes.”
Not only is Georgia the presumed winner of the game, but ESPN expects it to be a dominant victory – 32 to 19.
🔥💰 WEEK 13 SP+ PICKS 💰💥
* Ohio State 34, Penn State 20
* UGA 32, A&M 19
* Bama 79, WCU 0 😳
* ND 42, BC 21
* Michigan 28, Indiana 25
* Baylor 35, Texas 26
* USC 40, UCLA 22
* OU 41, TCU 22
* Oregon 32, ASU 21
* Utah 43, Arizona 18 pic.twitter.com/q6zsMJKPcy
— Bill Connelly (@ESPN_BillC) November 20, 2019
Will Georgia ultimately handily beat Texas A&M en route to a playoff berth and justify ESPN’s confidence?
We’ll find out for sure on Saturday.