Georgia St Panthers vs. Memphis Tigers College Football Betting Preview

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The action from college football week three continue Friday September 14th as the Memphis Tigers are home to the Georgia St Panthers. The Panthers and Tigers get things started from Memphis at 7PM Eastern Time and ESPN TV has the coast to coast broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have has the home side Memphis Tigers favored by -27 ½ points with the over under line of 58 ½ points.

Memphis opened their season with a 66-14 victory to an FCS school in Mercer covering as a -31 betting odds favorite. Then in week two the team traveled to Navy where they dropped a 22-21 decision as a -7 betting favorite. Tigers took a 21-9 lead into the fourth quarter then gave up thirteen unanswered points in the final quarter in defeat. Memphis was sloppy with the football in the loss as the team turned the ball over four times and had three lost fumbles. Navy ran the ball 73 times for 264 yards on the Memphis defense for 3.6 yards per carry. Memphis got a good game from their running back Darrell Henderson who ran for 212 yards on thirteen carries with three touchdowns. Team finished with 9.7 yards per rush average. Tigers were a bowl team last year with ten wins and three losses. Returning are seven starters on offense and eight to the defense. But they broke in a first year starting quarterback in Brady White.

Georgia St is 1-1 on the season. They hosted FCS school Kennesaw St in their opener winning 24-20 as a -2.5 betting favorite. Last week the Panthers traveled to NC State where they fell 41-7 where they failed to cover as a +25 point underdog. Georgia St wore out in the second half unable to come back form a 13 point halftime deficit getting outscored 21-0 in the second half. Panthers moved the football for 349 yards but had trouble on third downs with drives stalling as the team converted only 4 of 13 times. Panthers had difficulty in pass defense as the Wolfpack threw for 426 yards completing 32 of 39 passes.

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