Georgia vs Oklahoma State 2009 Betting Lines and Predictions

The Georgia Bulldogs travel to Stillwater, Oklahoma to take on the Oklahoma State Cowboys in which is one of the most hyped games in the first week of this 2009 college football schedule.  The Georgia Bulldogs come into the season ranked 13th.  Oklahoma State starts the season ranked 9th, which is the highest preseason ranking in Oklahoma State history.  The last time the two teams met was two years ago, when the un-ranked Cowboys lost to the then 13th ranked Georgia Bulldogs 35-14.  Betting odds/lines, picks and predictions for this September 5th 2009 game can be found below. – Did you know you can bet on NCAA Football online?  Check out Bodog, which is America’s most popular online sports betting site.

Georgia vs Oklahoma State Betting Lines:


Georgia Bulldogs +4.5 (-110)
vs Oklahoma State -4.5 (-110)


Over 61 (-105)
Under 61 (-115)

Georgia vs Oklahoma State Betting Predictions:

Spread Predictions – I like Oklahoma State to cover the 4.5 point spread in this season opener game at home.  The Cowboys have one of the best offenses in the league with QB Zac Robinson who is a two way threat, RB Kendall Hunter, and WR Dez Bryant.  If the Cowboys get their running game going they will hard to stop – when they run for more than 200 yards Oklahoma State is 14-2 in the last two years.  Also note that Matthew Stafford isn’t around this year for Georgia.  Bet on Oklahoma State to cover the spread.

Over/Under 61 Prediction – Take the Under 61 on this game at -115.  Oklahoma State does have one of the best offenses, averaging over 40 points per game last year – but, I don’t think they will be able to score that many in their season opener against a tough Georgia team.  I also think Oklahoma will be able to hold Georgia to only a couple scores, controlling the ball with their offense.  Bet on Under 61 in this Georgia vs Oklahoma State match up.

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