NCAA

Georgia (No. 6) at South Carolina (No. 24)

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In week 3 the 6th ranked team in the country the Georgia Bulldogs (1-0 overall) travels to Williams-Brice Stadium in Columbia, South Carolina to face the 24th ranked team the South Carolina Gamecocks (1-1 overall) Saturday.

Georgia beat Clemson 45-21 two weeks ago week. The Bulldogs were led by Hutson Mason with 131 passing yards. In addition, Todd Gurley led the rushing game with 198 rushing yards and 3 TDs on 15 carries. Michael Bennett led the receiving game with 60 yards on 5 catches.

The Bulldogs defense allowed 291 yards and 21 points to Clemson. However, they did have 1 interception.

The Gamecocks beat East Carolina last week 33-23. Dylan Thompson led the Gamecocks with 266 passing yards and 1 TD and threw 1 interception. Mike Davis led the rushing game with 101 yards and 2 TDs on 18 carries. In addition, Shaq Roland led the wide receivers with 94 yards on 7 receptions.

The Gamecocks defense gave up 453 yards and 23 points last week. However, they did have 1 interception.

Keys to Georgia win

Georgia is going to need quarterback Hutson Mason to play better than last week and not turn the ball over. In addition, Todd Gurley will have to have another huge game. The Bulldogs defense needs to continue playing well and forcing turnovers.

Keys to South Carolina win

South Carolina has to have Dylan Thompson play a good game and not throw any interceptions. Mike Davis will have to have another good game.

Key Injuries

Georgia

Justin Scott-Wesley, Malcolm Mitchell, Merritt Hall, Devin Bellamy

South Carolina

Blake McClain, Brock Stannic, Devin Washington, Donnelly Stanley, Kevin Crosby, Javari Smith, Mike Mauls

Favorite

Georgia -6

Conclusion

Georgia should win Saturday. Gurley will show why he is the top candidate for the Heisman Trophy with at least 150 yards on the ground. Georgia wins by 10.

About David Campbell

David makes his home in Guatemala and follows the worlds greatest games from there. David contributes on all leagues across the world and had over 25 years experience. He has covered 10 World Cups and will do so again this year in Brazil.

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