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4-0, 1st in SEC - East

Chris Low ESPN Senior Staff Writer 

Georgia opened as a 32 1/2-point favorite over Tennessee by Las Vegas oddsmakers. According to the ESPN Stats & Information database, that's nearly twice as much as Georgia has been favored in this series since the two teams started playing every year in 1992. Previously, the most Georgia had been favored over Tennessee during that stretch was 18 points in 2014. Georgia won that game 35-32 in Athens.

Volunteers-Bulldogs will be tight ballgame (2:23)

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

Who has accomplished the most this season? For the second week in a row, LSU leads the nation in Strength of Record.

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

The 10 most likely teams to reach the College Football Playoff:

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College Football Playoff picks after Week 4

Can we just put Alabama in all four spots? No? Well, then here's who else our reporters would have joining the Crimson Tide in the CFP after four weeks.

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Despite win, Smart critical of Georgia's discipline

Georgia coach Kirby Smart took responsibility for his team's miscues in a 43-29 win against Mizzou. "We didn't play with the discipline we need to play with, and I'm responsible for that."

Georgia takes care of business on the road against Mizzou (1:43)
Smart: 'We've got a lot to work on' (0:43)

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

QB Jake Fromm says Georgia will work harder to "get off the bus ready to play." This performance in a 43-29 win at Missouri was not necessarily what the Bulldogs wanted, said Fromm.

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

That's a pair of SEC East road wins for No. 2 Georgia, which plays in an opponent's stadium just twice more this season (at LSU and Kentucky.) The Bulldogs beat Missouri 43-29 behind 260 yards from QB Jake Fromm and an opportunistic defense.

Drew Lock runs in 11-yard TD (0:27)
Fromm hits Hardman in stride for 54-yard TD (0:28)
Badie scores short TD for Missouri (0:20)

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

The Georgia offense awoke here in the third quarter behind QB Jake Fromm, who's thrown TD passes of 33 and 61 yards. On the second score, Jeremiah Holloman dropped the ball dangerously close to the goal line. Officials reviewed the play and upheld the original call of TD. Second time that's nearly close UGA this season. Dawgs in control at Mizzou, up 33-14.

Holloman takes Fromm pass 61 yards to the end zone (0:35)
Missouri RB Crockett scores 5-yard TD (0:22)
Smart fired up again on sideline (0:27)
Fromm finds Ridley for 33-yard TD (0:27)
Smart fuming before end of 1st half (0:21)
Georgia takes blocked punt to the house (0:30)

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Still no sacks for Georgia today — and just one this season — but it really doesn't matter when its pass rush continues to be a disruptive force, the secondary covers so well and everyone else is in the right place to make plays. Latest drive-ending pressure on Missouri QB Drew Lock came from LB Keyon Richardson.

Lock's pass picked off by Georgia (0:32)

Team Stats

Passing Yards227.373rd
Rushing Yards250.317th
Points For45.015th
Points Against13.3Tied-7th

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