Georgia vs Missouri Game Prediction, Stats And Everything Else

Georgia vs Missouri Game Prediction, Stats And Everything Else

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Georgia vs Missouri Game Prediction, Stats And Everything Else


The Georgia Bulldogs will play their second game away from Athens this Saturday in Columbia, Missouri.  Kirby Smart and his No. 2 team in the nation head west to face Drew Lock and the high-scoring Tigers at Faurot Field for a clash between two undefeated teams.

The Dawgs, 3-0 (1-0 SEC), are scoring over 40 points per game heading into this week, where the offense will be a key factor.

Mizzou can score points with ease, but it is the defense that brings concern. The Tigers gave up 37 points to Purdue, a team that is now 0-3.

Georgia will get its best challenge of the season this weekend for at least a half of football, with Drew Lock’s veteran group ready to light up the scoreboard.

However, the Tigers do not have a defense that can even dream of matching up with the Georgia rushing attack, something we expect to see a lot of come Saturday.  Run, run, run and run some more seems like the recipe for success this week for D’Andre Swift, Brian Herrien, Elijah Holyfield, James Cook, and co.

So, with all this talk, let’s break the game down into some projected statistics, followed by a prediction.

Jake Fromm Passing: 

Yards: 125

Touchdowns: 2

Completions:  14/18

D’Andre Swift: 

Yards: 20 carries for 130 yards.

Touchdowns: 2 for Swift

Carries: Swift will get 20 carries on Saturday

Mecole Hardman Special Teams: 

Yards: 70 yards

Touchdowns: 1

Returns: 3

Rodrigo Blankenship: 

Field Goals: 2 for 2

Extra Points: 7 for 7

Drew Lock Passing:

Yards: 175

Touchdowns: 3

Completions: 22/35

UGA Total Yards: 400 

Mizzou Total Yards: 275 

Georgia will find themselves in an early shootout like last season, but once the secondary figures Drew Lock out, the game should start to get away from Missouri.

We like the Dawgs to run all over Mizzou in Columbia on Saturday.

Prediction: Georgia 55, Missouri 31 

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