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Georgia flexed in South Carolina on Saturday and the No. 1 are seen as the favorites for the national title in DraftKings and FanDuel.

The Bulldogs offered their final display of dominance by winning 48-0 in Columbia, SC, before the Gamecocks found the endzone late in the fourth quarter.

At BetMGM, nearly 11 percent of upcoming national championship tickets list Georgia as a favorite. Most books tend to line up on one thing: until week 3 of the college football season, it’s a three-horse race.

Georgia was well ahead at +175 in the DraftKings, which lists Alabama at +210 and Ohio State at +275 before anyone else enters the equation (USC is +1200 and fourth on the national title board).

FanDuel has Georgia at +180, Alabama at +200 and Ohio State at +300.

On Monday morning, the Crimson Tide was favored in Caesars Sportsbook at +200 and Georgia at +210.

It’s hard to see Georgia being an underdog for the rest of the season, and even finding an opponent who challenges the Bulldogs can be relatively challenging by SEC standards.

The lineup for week 4 against Kent State on Saturday? Georgia is a 44-point favorite with the total set at 59.5.

The Bulldogs have already allowed 10 points in three games. In addition to the annual showdown with Florida (October 29), Georgia visits Kentucky No. 8 on November 19 and does not face Alabama in the regular season.

— Field-level media

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