Georgia vs. TCU college football computer score predictions
Everything is decided today when Georgia and TCU meet in the College Football Playoff National Championship game.
As expected, according to most analysts and bookmakers, the current champions of the country “Bulldogs” became the favorites.
And according to the ESPN SP+ prediction model, which predicts that the national championship will be decided by double digits in favor of Georgia.
SP+ projects Georgia to beat TCU by an estimated score of 34.9 to 24.0, which is enough to secure an easy victory for the Bulldogs, but in particular, a projected 11-point win won’t be enough to cover the spread.
According to SI Sportsbook, Georgia enters the national championship game as a 13-point favorite.
That’s good enough to be the widest point spread in College Football Playoff national championship history and the largest streak not only in a national title game since Florida State was a 12-point favorite against Auburn in 2013, but in 21st century in general.
Georgia fell short of the smallest margin of its season when it was a 6.5-point favorite against Ohio State in the Peach Bowl College Football Playoff game, winning by one point in a dramatic semifinal.
TCU and Georgia feature efficient and high-scoring offenses, with the Horned Frogs scoring 41.1 points per game and the Bulldogs averaging 39.4 points per timeout, and both are aided by rushing attacks that eclipse 200 yards.
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