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The Georgia vs. Mississippi State football lineup for the Week 11 game has been revealed

The Georgia vs. Mississippi State football lineup for the Week 11 game has been revealed

No. 1 Georgia is preparing to face Mississippi State on the road on Saturday, November 12, with kickoff at 7:00 PM ET, with ESPN set to televise the game. Georgia takes a 27-13 home win over Tennessee and Mississippi State takes a 39-33 overtime home win over Auburn. Georgia, whose record last season was 14-1 with a nation-leading 28.4 margin of victory, went 10-5 against the spread in 2021, with a margin of +7.3 against the spread that was good for seventh best in the country. . Georgia is 5-4 against the spread this season, with a -0.4 margin against the spread.

The starting lineup for the Week 11 matchup has been released and it has Georgia as a 17.5-point road favorite over Mississippi State. ESPN’s FPI gives Georgia an 84.2 percent chance to win the game. Georgia leads the all-time series 19-6.

Tennessee entered this weekend’s game as the favorite in college football, ranked No. 1 for the first time since 1998 and featuring the nation’s most explosive offense. Georgia, hosting its first top-3 matchup since 1983, proceeded to do something it hadn’t done in the previous 21 games that Josh Heupel he’s been leading the way for the Volunteers — keeping Tennessee out of the end zone for the entire first half. Tennessee had just six points to show for six plays in the first and second quarters, and managed just seven more in five plays in the second half, falling 27-13 as Georgia imposed its will, holding the Volunteers to 289 yards, 264 yards and 34 points below his season average coming into Saturday. Georgia’s defense has been told all year that it’s not the historic unit it was last season, but on Saturday it reminded everyone that it can still play at an elite level.

The Volunteers didn’t find the end zone until just 4:15 left in the fourth quarter, when Jaylen Wright drove up the middle for a 5-yard score. Wright’s touchdown provided the game’s final points.

Saturday’s win gives Georgia its first six-game winning streak over Tennessee in the series’ 62-game history, and is Georgia’s second win in a top-five game played at Sanford Stadium. the first was a win against Georgia. Technology in 1943.

“What an incredible environment. I don’t know if I’ve ever,” I texted my wife, “I’ve never seen our fans not leave the stadium like that, even when it was raining. You know, Claude said that the At the start of the second half, there was not an empty seat in the house other than the one they bought. Our fans today were elite. We asked them to be. They responded and got the second place

The players on this team were bought in and understood the plan, executed the plan, played very physical. They played without ego, and they played complementary football, which is always important. I’m very proud of the way our guys played.”

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