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The Georgia Bulldogs are getting a lot of respect from the oddsmakers, as they are favored to win the SEC East and play for the SEC Championship game.

The Bulldogs have a very high win total of 10.5, the same win total that the Alabama Crimson Tide have for 2018.

The Bulldogs need to win 11 games to go over this number, but they could be favored in every game in the 2018 regular season.

2018 Georgia Bulldogs Regular Season Win Total - per
Over 10.5 (-115)
Under 10.5 (-115)

The Bulldogs play in the SEC East which is far weaker than the SEC West. You can make a strong case that no other team in the SEC East is anywhere near Georgia in terms of talent. The only other SEC East team to win more than seven games last season was South Carolina. Their win total this season is listed at 7, and they are probably the second best team in the division.

The 2018 Georgia schedule does feature some difficult games, so getting to 11 wins is definitely not a given.

Let’s analyze each of their 2018 regular season games.

2018 Georgia Bulldogs Schedule Analysis

Sept. 1 vs. Austin Peay
The Governors are not a bad FCS team, but they are still an FCS team and that means Georgia starts with a home win in 2018.

Sept. 8 at South Carolina
It doesn’t take long for Georgia to get a tough game, as they have to go into Columbia and face the Gamecocks. Will Muschamp has South Carolina moving in the right direction and this will be a tough contest for Georgia.

Sept. 15 vs. Middle Tennessee
This should be a relatively easy win for the Bulldogs, even though Middle Tennessee is not a bad team. The Bulldogs are going to be very tough to beat at home this season and Middle Tennessee simply doesn’t match up.

Sept. 22 at Missouri
This has all the looks of a potential loss for the Bulldogs. Missouri has a high-powered offense led by Drew Lock. Last year the Tigers scored 28 points when the teams met in Athens. The defense for Missouri is poor, so perhaps the Bulldogs can win a shootout.

Sept. 29 vs. Tennessee
The Volunteers are in rebuilding mode under Jeremy Pruitt and probably don’t have enough to challenge Georgia this season. It was ugly last year when Georgia won 41-0 in Knoxville. It may be closer this season but this is still a win for the Bulldogs.

Oct. 6 vs. Vanderbilt
It was a rout last year when the teams met in Nashville, as Georgia won 45-14. The Commodores may score some points in this game, but they don’t have the defense to slow down the Bulldogs.

Oct. 13 at LSU
Did you know it has been 10 years since Georgia played at LSU? They won 42-38 in 2008 in Baton Rouge, but winning there in 2018 won’t be easy. This is definitely a potential loss for Georgia this season.

Oct. 27 vs. Florida (Jacksonville)
The Gators have a new head coach in Dan Mullen and they should be much better offensively. This is definitely not a sure win for the Bulldogs on their 2018 schedule.

Nov. 3 at Kentucky
The Wildcats have made a bowl game in the last two years, so they are not pushovers. They have a very good running back in Benny Snell Jr. but they have had all kinds of trouble against Georgia, losing the last eight meetings.

Nov. 10 vs. Auburn
You can make a case that this will be the toughest game of the season for Georgia, even though it is at home. Auburn is stout on defense and they have Stidham returning at quarterback.

Nov. 17 vs. UMass
This should be a win for Georgia, but a word of caution, as the Minutemen have played Mississippi State and Tennessee tough the past two years on the road. And this is a sandwich game for Georgia, as they are coming off the Auburn game and they have Georgia Tech next week.

Nov. 24 vs. Georgia Tech
It was ugly for the Yellow Jackets last season, as they were routed 38-7 in Atlanta. It is hard to see Georgia losing this one at home.

The 2018 Georgia Bulldogs schedule is not easy and they only need to trip up twice to go under the total of 10.5. There are at least four games that should be difficult for Georgia this season, so going under the total could be the way to go with this win total.

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