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Saturday's 5.5* NCAAF POD Guaranteed or $$ Back #S. Carolina

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Saturday's 5.5* NCAAF POD Guaranteed or $$ Back #S. Carolina

Postby Pick Bot » Sat Sep 07, 2013 4:32 pm

Don't miss out on a rare MAX college football play backed by a full in depth analysis in an SEC showdown, the first of many! South Carolina and Georgia will look to start the conference schedule with a bang in this great match up. Don't miss out on my full prediction now guaranteed or your money back!

South Carolina +3.5 5.5* NCAAF POD
I honestly think everything is going right for Steve Spurrier and the Gamecocks right now as they not only get a couple of extra days to prepare for this game having played on Thursday but they get Georgia who comes off a physical and emotional loss where they lost to Clemson and lost their best receiver in Malcolm Mitchell which now takes away 40% of Aaron Murray's targets last year when you add in they lost Tavarres King. South Carolina actually beat Clemson at the end of last year 27-17 and South Carolina is actually 5-0 ATS the last 3 years when they have had extra time to prepare in the regular season.

What else is going right? The media has seriously pumped up Jadeveon Clowney after all but elminating him from the Heisman discussion and ripping him for taking plays off. I see this as an opportunity for Clowney to have a big impact on the game and the fact that Murray has one less target that he's used to throwing to should allow South Carolina to be just that much more aggressive. What was also lost in their win against UNC was Bruce Ellington being limited and TE Buster Anderson returning for this game to give Connor Shaw a target over the middle to go along with the speed he has on the outside. The speed is something South Carolina is not used to having but with Shaq Rolland and Dariene Byrd this receiving corps is better than what Georgia is used to seeing. That's a major issue because a defense returning just 3 defensive starters that allowed the Gamecocks to run for 230 yards a year ago will now have to think twice about stacking the box.

In the running game Mike Davis also has more home run speed than Marcus Lattimore had and Brandon Wilds forms a nice punch as the more physical runner along with Shaw as a runner too. I don't think Georgia's defense is ready for this and South Carolina's offensive line is just too big and physical averaging 322 lbs they will wear down on Georgia's front once again on route to victory as Steve Spurrier seems to own Richt going 3-0 int he last 3. Overall Spurrier is 15-5 vs. Georgia who allowed 6 200 yards rushing games last year. Georgia has some nice RB's in Todd Gurley and Keith Marshall, but South Carolina got smaller and more speedy in their line backing corps and I think they should be able to handle it even on the road to get the win.
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