Gators vs. Bulldogs Odds – NCAAF Rivalry

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It doesn’t have to be an interstate rivalry to get heated. Ask the players involved in the games when the Florida Gators and the Georgia Bulldogs meet on the gridiron. Intensity doesn’t even begin to describe it. Heck, these two teams can’t decide how many times they’ve officially played — that’s how much they don’t get along.

Records and rankings are out the window when these two teams meet. It’s anyone’s game.

As a bettor in Florida, you can get in on the intense action thanks to the legalization of sports betting in the state. You have multiple bet types to enjoy, a huge variety of opportunities and some next-level engagement with live betting at your fingertips.

Below we’ve put together the definitive guide on betting the Florida-Georgia NCAAF rivalry. Read on for all the details.

Florida Gators vs. Georgia Bulldogs odds

Hunting down the odds for the Georgia-Florida college football showdown can be a pain in the neck at times. Not every sportsbook is easy to navigate, and jumping from site to site just to get the most up-to-date information is almost always a headache.

That’s why we developed our exclusive odds feed, focused completely on the Gators and Bulldogs football rivalry game.

Our feed provides the most current odds from every reputable online and mobile sportsbook in Florida. It is updated automatically 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

See odds you like? Just click on them to be taken to the corresponding sportsbook where you can either make your wagers or sign up for a new account.

Where to bet on Florida vs. Georgia

The legalization of sports betting in numerous states across the country has caused a bit of a sportsbook boom. Top-of-the-line casinos are getting involved, the top names in Daily Fantasy Sports and more. Here in Florida, you have a great selection of the most reputable and popular online and mobile casinos.

Signing up for an account with a sportsbook is easy and it is free, so you shouldn’t hesitate to get yourself registered. Not sure which sportsbook is right for you? We do have comprehensive reviews on all of the available Florida online sportsbooks right here on this site. You should take a gander at them and let them help you determine which sportsbooks are best for you.

Once you’ve selected your sportsbook, follow our link to their homepage where you can sign up and take advantage of our exclusive FL sportsbook promotions and bonuses. You’ll need to give the sportsbook your personal information, accept their terms and conditions, activate your bonuses and then make a deposit.

Just like that and you’re ready to start betting.

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Best bets for Florida vs. Georgia game

The great thing about betting on football is you have just about every bet type, a multitude of opportunities and a ton of data to use in your research all at your disposal. With football, you’re in a great spot if you want to bet futures, props, totals, moneyline, point spread, parlays, teasers — it feels like the list just never stops.

Sportsbooks focus a lot of their efforts on the NFL and college football betting. Rivalry games like the Florida Gators playing the Georgia Bulldogs get plenty of attention, so you’ll have a nice selection of potential bets you can make.

To see more, visit our dedicated Florida Gators odds page as well as our SEC football betting page..

Below we go over the three most common and popular bet types and the basics of wagering with them.


The most common wager newcomers to the hobby of sports betting make is the moneyline. The idea is simple: two teams and you pick which one will win. If you’re right, you win based on your bet and the odds associated with that team.


The truth is, every wager requires plenty of research and strategy. It is rarely about luck in this hobby, and nothing is ever quite as simple as it seems.

Here’s an example of what a Gators vs. Bulldogs moneyline bet might look like at FanDuel app Florida:

Florida Gators-125
Georgia Bulldogs+110

What we can gather from this at first glance is the Gators are considered the favorites to win the game. How can we tell? Favorites are listed in sportsbooks with negative odds. In this case, -125. The underdogs are listed with positive odds like Georgia is at +110.

Negative odds show you how much you need to wager to win $100. Positive odds show you how much you’ll win if you wager $100. Of course, you can wager as much as you want, but the payouts will still be calculated based on those odds.

If you’d like to learn more about moneyline wagers, you can find more information on our moneyline betting page.

Point spread

The point spread is a way that a sportsbook can make a game more “even”. The oddsmakers predict how much the favorite in the game will win by and assign that number of points to the game.

The favorite has to win by the predicted amount of points or more. If they don’t, then wagers on the underdog will pay out.

Here’s an example of a Gators vs. Bulldogs spread bet you could expect to see at DraftKings in Florida:

Florida Gators-7.5 (-110)
Georgia Bulldogs+7.5 (-110)

Just like our example in the moneyline section above, the negative number assigned to the Florida Gators’ points shows us they are the favorite to win the game. Oddsmakers predict that they will win by at least eight points. If Florida wins 30-21, the nine points would be enough to cover the spread. If they win but the score is closer, such as 30-24, then the six points wouldn’t be enough, and bets on Georgia would pay out.

Your job as the bettor is to determine if the Gators can accomplish the task of winning by eight points or more. If not, then you should wager on the underdog. In either case, the odds are set at -110 for both sides of this bet.

You can learn more about point spread betting on our point spread betting page.


Like the point spread discussed above, the totals bet type is focused on points. With this kind of bet, however, you don’t need to worry about which team wins the game. Instead, your focus is on whether the two teams will combine to score more or fewer points than predicted.

This bet type, which is also referred to as the over/under, requires you to do some in-depth research, including factors outside of the two teams (location, weather and the like).

Here’s an example of a Gators vs. Bulldogs totals listing you could expect to see at Hard Rock Sportsbook FL:

Over71.5 (-110)
Under71.5 (-115)

What we can see here is the oddsmakers are expecting the game to have plenty of scoring with a predicted combined score coming to 71.5 points. There’s a slightly better chance that the teams will underperform and score below that number, as you can tell by the odds being at -115 when compared to the -110 on the over.

Again, you don’t care if Florida or Georgia wins the game if you’re making this bet. You care about what the final tally is when all is said and done. If the two teams end up with a 38-30 game, the under would win because the total combined points is just 68. Make that a 38-34 game and it is the bettors who chose over who are cashing out.

To get more in-depth information on totals bets, you can visit our over/under betting page by clicking this link.

Florida vs. Georgia betting trends

These two teams despise each other enough that they won’t even agree on what the historical record between the two of them is.

It all comes down to a game played in 1904 between Georgia and a school that was, at the time, known as the University of Florida. Georgia won that game, 52-0.

Florida disputes this game for the fact that it was not the current University of Florida, but rather one of the schools that previously used the name before the modern university was established in 1905. They fielded their first football team a year later.

So, Georgia is convinced the two teams have played 101 games over the past century and the overall record stands at 55-44-2 in favor of the Bulldogs. Florida’s number is 100 total games played with Georgia leading 54-44-2.

The two teams have played annually since 1926, however, with just one exception in 1943 when Florida did not field a football team due to World War II.

Top 3 greatest Florida-Georgia football games

There are so many great games you could pick from for a top three, so this list is one of the harder ones to narrow down. We did our best though, choosing three games we really feel stood out and were a huge part of the history between these two teams.

  • 1928: This is the game that surprised the college football pundits. In the first seven (six if you ask Florida) games played between these two teams, Georgia dominated every one of them. Heck, the Gators were held scoreless in six of those. But in 1928, Florida used a combination out of their backfield known as the “Phantom Four” to rout the Bulldogs, 26-6 — the first win over Georgia in school history. Fans were so excited that they rushed the field prematurely, intent on tearing down the goalposts. Fist fights between Gators and Bulldogs fans broke out until everyone was finally separated and the game could be concluded.
  • 1970: Trailing 17-10 in the fourth quarter, the Gators found themselves with their feet in the endzone and Georgia looking to score from the two-yard line. The Bulldogs were ready to seal the game with a lead run, but the halfback was stood up just short of the goal by All-American defensive end Jack Youngblood, who then forced a fumble and recovered it to give his team the ball back. Florida rallied behind the outstanding defensive play, and the offense scored two touchdowns — both passes from quarterback John Reaves to receiver Carlos Alvarez — in the final 5:13 to take home a 24-17 win.
  • 1980: Not all great games turned out in Florida’s favor. In 1980, the Gators had the Bulldogs on the ropes, which was a surprise considering Georgia was the No. 2 ranked team in the nation and undefeated. Down 21-20 with less than a minute left to play and standing on their seven-yard line on third and eight, the Bulldogs pulled off a miracle. Bulldog QB Buck Belue took the snap and — well, let’s let Georgia radio announcer Larry Munson’s call on the play tell the rest of the tale: “Florida in a stand-up five, they may or may not blitz. Buck back, third down on the eight. In trouble, he got a block behind him. Gotta throw on the run. Complete to the 25. To the 30, Lindsay Scott 35, 40, Lindsay Scott 45, 50, 45, 40 . . . Run Lindsay, 25, 20, 15, 10, 5, Lindsay Scott! Lindsay Scott! Lindsay Scott!” The Bulldogs would go on to win the 1980 national championship.