How to Bet Georgia-Tennessee, Other CFB Games if You’re Not in a Legal Betting State
Todd Kirkland/Getty Images. Pictured: Stetson Bennett.
The biggest college football game of the year is on the horizon, and if you’re in Georgia, you can’t bet on it at licensed U.S. sportsbooks.
But there are still ways to get some action down on Georgia vs. Tennessee, even if it may not be the point spread or total.
Here are three sites to check out that operate in Georgia and dozens of other states:
PrizePicks allows you to choose player statistical outcomes and put them together to create a high payout.
Click here to sign up or use promo code ACTION at checkout to get $100 free.
PrizePicks lists an absurd amount of statistical props for even the most niche sports. For UGA-Tennessee, they’re got dozens. Take a look.
Hendon Hooker yards, completions, fantasy score, touchdowns. You name it.
So how does it work, exactly? You need to combine anywhere from 2-5 stats — picking either more or less — and get them all right to win big.
For a two-player entry of Hendon Hooker over his rushing + passing yards, and Stetson Bennett over 22.5 completions, I’ll 3x my bet amount.
You can see on the right I choose “more” for each statistic, then it shows my payout below.
2. Underdog Fantasy
Underdog has a great fantasy football product, but it also has “pick’em games” that operate kind of like PrizePicks.
Use this link or promo code ACTION at checkout.
You can choose more or less on a bunch of player statistics, and multiply your winnings by adding more.
Here I’ve chosen Hooker over passing yards, Cedric Tillman over receiving yards, and Bennett under passing yards for a 6x payout.
Fliff is “sports betting reimagined as an interactive game” in which you can earn coins by picking games — including moneylines, spreads and totals.
The coins can be redeemed for gift cards at your favorite restaurants and stores, among other things.
Use this link to sign up for a $25 bonus.