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Gambling Online: Kansas vs. Georgia Tech Where to Bet

Written by Gaby Varji   
Friday, 16 September 2011 06:57

Kansas Jayhawks vs. Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets Odds and statsKansas Jayhawks and the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets have a meeting this Saturday at Bobby Dodd Stadium. Join Now to Bet on this Game!

There weren’t many bright spots for Kansas head coach Turner Gill in his 2010 debut bettting season with the Jayhawks but KU’s shocking 28-25 upset of Georgia Tech as 14-point home dogs has to rank right at the top.

Now Gill’s squad heads into Atlanta 2-0 on the young season with victories over McNeese State and Northern Illinois, powered by an offense that broke the 40-point barrier in both wins.

However, they’ll need to continue lighting up the scoreboard here to hang with a Tech offense that looks to be in mid-season form (112 points and more than 1,250 total yards).

Not only are the Jackets grinding out their customary 6 yards per carry on the ground, they’ve also added an ‘Air Johnson’ wrinkle to their arsenal: Tech has passed for 579 yards in its 2-0 start – and it took the Wreck five games to reach 400 passing yards last year.

With GT looking for its first 3-0 start under Johnson’s command – as well as revenge for last year’s humbling loss at Lawrence – the homeboys look like an obvious choice today.

Hmmm… maybe too obvious. When laying 14 or fewer points to a non-ACC foe, Tech has been an ATS wreck, cashing only THREE out of 18 opportunities. And Johnson, for all his recent success, is just 3-9 ATS at home off back-to-back wins versus a non-conference opponent. Across the sidelines, KU’s Gill stands 20-9-1 ATS in road trips, including a superb 11-3-1 ATS off a SU win – while also going a perfect 6-0 ATS as a double-digit dog.

We like those numbers, as well as a veteran Jayhawks O-line that appears equally adept at opening holes for the running game or providing protection for emerging QB Jordan Webb.

Both squads face conference openers at home next week so the ‘lookahead’ factor is pretty much a wash. However, with Kansas dropping 16 of its last 19 games before kicking off the 2011 season, we’ll go with the confident, hungry ‘Hawks to stay under the number in this early-afternoon affair.

The Yellow Jackets are listed as 14-point favorites against the Jayhawks, and the game's total is sitting at 59.

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