Line on App State vs Georgia - Live In Play Betting Available

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Sep/02/2017

Gambling911.com has your line on the Appalachian State Mountaineers vs. Georgia Bulldogs game.  This one does feature LIVE IN-PLAY WAGERINGBet every play as it is about to happen while the game is in progress.

When Appalachian State shocked the college football word by knocking off Michigan 10 years ago in Ann Arbor, it forever changed the way opponents thought about the Mountaineers.

UGA was a -12.5 to -13 favorite coming into this game depending on the book.  70 percent of the spread action and 90 percent of the money line action was on Georgia here. 

Be forewarned Bulldogs backers, the Mountaineers are 13-3 Against The Spread in their last 16 road games.

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