Georgia Tech Notes:
Keys for Miami:
ATS: 3-4-0 O/U:2-5-0
Keys for Georgia:
1. Find a Leak in the Florida Line
Auburn wrote the book on how to beat Florida in the second half a few weeks ago by getting pressure on Leak and causing turnovers. Georgia is very capable of getting pressure with the bookends of Charles Johnson and Quentin Moses.
The return game is one area where Georgia has a decided advantage. Mikey Henderson must get loose for a big punt return. If I am Florida, I don't even kick the ball to him.
Keys for Florida:
1. Gator Bait
3. Percy Have Mercy
Keys for Tennessee:
1. Newton Discovery
Ever since Syvelle Newton took over the QB duties in Colombia this South Carolina offense has been a different unit. Spurrier is a master at taking advantage of the mismatch and the Vols will need to account for him running or passing on every down.
3. Balancing Act
Keys for South Carolina:
1. Stretch the Field
Spurrier will find ways to get the ball in the hands of his best player. Last week, it was from the running back spot with seven rushes and a TD. Tennessee will likely double cover Rice for much of the game, but that is not an excuse for not getting him the ball.
South Carolina beat Tennessee for the first time in 12 years last year. ESPN Gameday will be in Colombia for a game between old rivals Spurrier and Fulmer. Williams-Brice Stadium will be rocking, but South Carolina needs to realize this is not the Tennessee of last year.
Other ATS Games: (changed these from the first posting)