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Ole Miss vs. Georgia 2023 College Football Week 11 Odds, Preview & Pick

By Hank Blaine

No. 1 Georgia would clinch another trip to the SEC Championship Game with a victory over No. 10 Ole Miss on Saturday with the Rebels still alive to win the opposite West Division so this could be an SEC title game preview — but only if the visitors pull the upset in Athens.

Ole Miss Rebels vs. Georgia Bulldogs Game Information

  • When: Saturday, November 11, 2023, 7:00 PM ET
  • Where: Sanford Stadium, Athens, GA
  • TV: ESPN
  • Radio: Super Talk Mississippi 93.7 FM (Ole Miss) // 95.5 WSB FM (Georgia)
  • Live Stream: WatchESPN
  • College Football Odds: Ole Miss (+11) // Georgia (-11)

Why Bet on the Ole Miss Rebels?

Ole Miss (8-1) trails Alabama by a game in the SEC West and loses the head-to-head tiebreaker so another loss here all but eliminates the Rebs from the division and gives it to the Tide. Georgia could afford to lose to Ole Miss on Saturday and still clinch the league by beating Tennessee in Knoxville on Nov. 18. A Missouri win over Tennessee on Saturday would hand Georgia the SEC East title.

Ole Miss beat Texas A&M on Saturday, 38-35, with sophomore defensive lineman Zxavian Harris just barely tipping a potential game-tying field goal astray. The Rebels were firing on all cylinders on offense, ending with 518 total yards.

QB Jaxson Dart was electric, ending the day 24-of-33 for 387 yards and two touchdowns – including 213 yards and one touchdown on 11 connections with star wideout, Tre Harris. It made him just the sixth Rebel to ever break 200 yards in a single game, the ninth total 200-yard receiving game in school history. Dart is now eighth all-time at Ole Miss with 5,441 career passing yards. Sophomore running back Quinshon Judkins battled his way through a stout Aggie run defense for 102 yards and a career-high three touchdowns on 23 carries – putting him second all-time at Ole Miss in rushing touchdowns (28) and fifth in rushing yards (2,360).

Including Saturday, four of the Rebels’ last five games have been decided by one possession, three of which have come down to the final play. The defense locked down in the waning moments to beat LSU and Arkansas. Against the Aggies, special teams applied the finishing touch, as Harris tipped A&M’s game-tying field goal attempt as time expired.

Ole Miss is now 26-5 under Lane Kiffin when scoring first. Saturday was the third time this season the Rebels have rallied for a win after trailing in the fourth quarter. Ole Miss is now 8-1 for the second straight season, the first time doing so in back-to-back years since 1961 (8-1) and 1962 (9-0).

Why Bet on the Georgia Bulldogs?

Georgia has established an SEC record for most consecutive weeks at No. 1 in the Associated Press Top 25 poll. The Bulldogs are tied for second all-time at 21 weeks, and this is the longest streak in the College Football Playoff era. Saturday is Georgia’s final home game of the season and Senior Night.

UGA just beat Missouri 30-21 on Saturday in Athens. It was a one-score game, 27-21, when Dawgs defensive lineman Nazir Stackhouse got a pivotal interception with 7:46 remaining. A few minutes later, Peyton Woodring, the freshman kicker, made it a two-score game with the 48-yarder with 3:57 to go in the game. He is now 17-for-20 in FG on the year. He leads the team with 94 points. Safety Javon Bullard sealed the win with an interception with 1:36 remaining.

Georgia quarterback Carson Beck completed 21 of 32 passes for 254 yards and two touchdowns, including connecting with Ladd McConkey seven times for 95 yards. The Bulldog rushing attack was slowed down for much of the game, but the backs got meaningful yards late to close it out and finish with 131 yards on 33 carries. Georgia finished with 385 yards of offense, while Missouri had 363.

The win was Georgia’s 26th in a row, the 24th straight on Dooley Field, and the program’s 25th consecutive SEC regular-season win. The Bulldogs are now 43-4 at home in the Kirby Smart era including 12-1 against ranked opponents.

They are one of only four teams in the country who are ranked in the top 10 in both Scoring Offense and Scoring Defense. The Bulldogs rank sixth nationally in Scoring Defense at 15.4 ppg. Georgia is 10th nationally in Scoring Offense at 39.3 points per game. The other three teams are Michigan (9-0), Penn State (8-1) and SMU (7-2).

UGA is 32-13-1 all-time vs. Ole Miss. Georgia had won 10 straight in the series until the last meeting which came in 2016 in Oxford as the Rebels snapped the streak with a 45-14 decision in Kirby Smart’s first season at the helm. Ole Miss’ last trip to Athens came in 2012 when the Bulldogs won 37-10. ESPN College GameDay returns to Athens for the first time since last year’s win over No. 1 (CFP) Tennessee. The Bulldogs are 6-2 when GameDay visits Athens.

Ole Miss vs. Georgia Betting Trends

  • Ole Miss is 6-2-1 ATS in their last 9 games.
  • Rebels are 5-0 SU in their last 5 games.
  • The total went under in 4 of Mississippi’s last 6 games.
  • Georgia is 2-5 ATS in their last 7 games.
  • Bulldogs are 10-0 SU in their last 10 games.
  • The total went over in 5 of Georgia’s last 6 games.

Ole Miss vs. Georgia Expert Betting Predictions

Georgia 38, Ole Miss 30.

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