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Saint Joseph’s vs Georgia 11/21/22 College Basketball Picks, Predictions, Odds

Georgia Bulldogs (2-1) vs. Saint Joseph's Hawks (2-1)
November 21, 2022 8:30 pm EDT
The Line: Saint Joseph's Hawks +4 / Georgia Bulldogs -4 ; Over/Under: +142.5
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The Georgia Bulldogs and the St. Joseph’s Hawks meet Monday in college basketball action from Ocean Center. Georgia is sitting at 3-1 overall and coming off a win versus Bucknell. As for St. Joseph’s, they’re 2-1 this year. The Hawks beat Albany in their last game. Check back all season long for free college basketball picks at Sports Chat Place.

Georgia took a win in their opener, beating Western Carolina 68-55. Game two against Wake Forest was a tricky one, and the Bulldogs lost 81-71. Georgia was able to bounce back in their next outing with a 77-70 win over Miami-OH. 

In Friday’s matchup versus Bucknell, Georgia had to scramble to get the win. The Bulldogs held a 30-30 tie going into the second half and powered out the 65-61 result. Terry Roberts led the team on 20 points with nine boards and six assists.

Over on the St. Joseph’s side, there weren’t too many scenarios in which they could have won their opener versus Houston. That one turned into an 81-55 defeat. The Hawks got their first win in game two versus Lafayette 63-59. 

On Thursday in the Albany matchup, the Hawks stormed out to a 60-30 halftime edge. Saint Joseph’s was outscored 49-39 from there but still won 99-79. Erik Reynolds led the way with 32 points and Cameron Brown added 17 points and 11 rebounds. 

PICK: I’m leaning toward Georgia but probably not touching it. The Bulldogs are coming off a sketchy game versus Bucknell, even though they escaped with a win. Georgia shot a tepid 33.3 percent in that one with 6-of-21 (28.6 percent) from outside and 15 turnovers. If Saint Joseph’s is on point in this one it could get tough for Georgia but I think they can power out the cover. 

Andrew's Free Pick: Georgia Bulldogs -4

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Andrew has been writing about college, professional and fantasy sports betting since 2013. Andrew's goal is to break down the complicated numbers and trends into a language that's easily accessible to novice sports bettors and seasoned professionals alike.

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