The Missouri Tigers host the Georgia Bulldogs on Saturday at noon ET in a clash of two unbeaten SEC teams that have been lighting up the scoreboard since Week 1. The third-ranked Bulldogs are favored by 14.5 points in the latest Georgia vs. Missouri odds, while the over-under, or total points Vegas thinks will be scored, is 65, up 1.5 points from the opening line. Neither of these teams has scored fewer than 40 points in any game yet, so with two high-octane offenses hitting the field in Columbia, you'll want to see what SportsLine's advanced computer is projecting before making your own Georgia vs. Missouri picks. 

The SportsLine Projection Model simulates every FBS game 10,000 times, and those who have followed it have seen massive returns. In the past three years, this proprietary computer model has generated a jaw-dropping $4,210 profit for $100 bettors. It also made several huge calls last week, nailing BYU against the spread (+23.5) and on the money line (+950) against Wisconsin, as well as LSU against the spread (+10) and on the money line (+315) at Auburn. It finished the week a blistering 31-16 against the spread overall and nailed 10 of its 13 top-ranked picks. Anybody following it finished way, way up.

Now the model has simulated every single play of Saturday's Georgia-Missouri showdown. We can tell you the Under hits in well over 60 percent of simulations, but it has also locked in a strong against the spread pick that you bank on over half the time. You can only see it at SportsLine.

Missouri has won nine regular-season games in a row dating back to 2017.

Drew Lock picked up where he left off from his first-team All-SEC effort last year. Through three games this season, the fourth-year starter has gone off for 1,062 yards, 11 TDs and just one INT. In Saturday's 40-37 win over Purdue, he threw for 375 yards, three TDs and one INT and also ran for a score.

While the defense isn't getting the accolades, it returned seven starters including five of its top six tacklers. Cale Garrett had 105 tackles in 2017, one of three starting linebackers back. Opponents have found it tough to run against the Tigers, who are giving up 74.7 yards per game. That could be an x-factor against Georgia and its run-to-set-up-the-pass offense.

But just because Missouri enters on a nine-game regular-season winning streak doesn't mean it can stay within the 14-point spread.

Georgia, which lost in overtime of the national championship game last season, has played like a team with the full intention of getting back there. The Bulldogs have scored 45, 41 and 49 points in their first three games, while the defense has allowed just 24 points total.

Quarterback Jake Fromm has completed an eye-popping 80.4 percent of his passes for 479 yards, six TDs and one INT. The Bulldogs are also averaging 272 yards rushing, led by Elijah Holyfield, who has 200 yards on 22 carries, and four others who have at least 80 yards.

So which side of the Georgia vs. Missouri spread hits in over 50 percent of simulations? Visit SportsLine now to see which side you need to be all over, all from the proven computer model that has returned over $4,000 for $100 bettors.