Streaming, odds, and injury news

After suffering a devastating loss to the Virginia Cavaliers, the North Carolina Tar Heels (6-1) are determined to bounce back and secure a win against the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets (3-4). This is not just about redemption for the Tar Heels, but also revenge for their 21-17 defeat against the Yellow Jackets at Kenan Stadium last season. That loss marked the beginning of a four-game losing streak that nearly ruined the Tar Heels’ season.

Interestingly, the Tar Heels were heavily favored to win against Virginia, a team that had only won once throughout the season. However, UNC’s embarrassing loss calls for a strong comeback this weekend to prove themselves as the dominating ACC team that many believed they were.

Despite the odds being in North Carolina’s favor, the team has only won two out of their last twelve games in Atlanta. Georgia Tech has consistently caused trouble for the Tar Heels, and playing away from home adds another layer of challenge to this game. Here’s how you can watch it:

How to watch North Carolina vs. Georgia Tech:

When: Saturday, 8 p.m. ET
Where: Bobby Dodd Stadium in Atlanta
TV: ACC Network
Stream: Fubo TV, YouTube TV, Hulu+
Watch the game: Catch college football action with Fubo

Injury News:

North Carolina:

– Kobe Paysour (WR): Foot – Out
– Jacolbe Cowan (DL): Upper Body – Out
– Liam Boyd (K): Undisclosed – Questionable
– Ryan Coe (K): Lower Body – Questionable
– Ben Kiernan (P): Lower Body – Out

Georgia Tech:

– Chase Lane (WR): Undisclosed – Questionable
– Eric Singleton Jr. (WR): Illness – Questionable
– Jamie Felix (RB): Undisclosed – Out

Tar Heels vs. Yellow Jackets odds and betting trends:

According to the BetMGM NFL odds, the Tar Heels are favored to defeat the Yellow Jackets. If you’re interested in placing a wager, don’t forget to explore the best mobile sports betting apps that offer NFL betting promos in 2023.

Betting odds, as of Wednesday afternoon:

UNC football 2023 Schedule and Results:

– Sep. 2 @ South Carolina: W 31-17 FINAL
– Sep. 9 v. Appalachian State: W 40-34 FINAL (OT)
– Sep. 16 v. Minnesota: W 31-13 FINAL
– Sep. 23 @ Pitt: W 41-24 FINAL
– Oct. 7 v. Syracuse: W 40-7 FINAL
– Oct. 14 v. Miami: W 41-31 FINAL
– Oct. 21 v. Virginia: L 31-27 FINAL
– Oct. 28 @ Georgia Tech: 8 pm
– Nov. 4 v. Campbell: 12 pm
– Nov. 11 v. Duke: TBD
– Nov. 18 @ Clemson: TBD
– Nov. 25 @ NC State: TBD

College football picks: A challenging stretch awaits in the Pac-12, making it difficult to reach the College Football Playoff after a drought.


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