College football Ole Miss Rebels vs Georgia Bulldogs Same Game Parlay picks: Quinshon Judkins keeps Ole Miss close at +709 odds 

Quinshon Judkins of the Ole Miss Rebels
Photo of Ricky Dimon

Ricky Dimon


Show Bio

Since graduating from Davidson (The College That Stephen Curry Built), I have been writing about sports -- just about any and all you can think of! -- and coaching tennis in Atlanta, GA. Beyond the four major sports, I am an avid tennis fan and cover the ATP Tour on a daily basis. If I'm not busy writing, you can generally find me on a tennis court or traveling the world wherever a sporting event takes me. For Ricky Dimon media enquiries, please email

The Georgia Bulldogs are not #2 in the first College Football Playoff rankings at the moment; they are second behind Ohio State. Of course, that hardly matters at this stage of the 2023 campaign. If UGA continues to win, it will have every chance to snag a historic third consecutive national title. For now, the Bulldogs have to focus on the Ole Miss Rebels, who are paying a visit to Athens on Saturday night. Ole Miss is 8-1 overall (5-1 SEC) and can stay in the CFP picture with a big upset of Georgia.

Here is my Same Game Parlay for the festivities, which will be televised starting at 3:30 pm ET on CBS. Also be sure to check out our full Ole Miss vs Georgia predictions.

Ole Miss +10.5 (-110)

Quinshon Judkins to record 100+ rushing yards (+200)

Carson Beck to record 300+ passing yards (+124) 

Parlay odds: +709

One of the benefits of Same Game Parlays, of course, is that you can correlate the plays. That is some of the plan here, as Ole Miss running Quinshon Judkins racking up a whole bunch of rushing yards would obviously work well with a cover by the underdogs. At the same time, plays that aren’t correlated drive up the overall payout of the parlay. That is the case with backing Georgia quarterback Carson Beck to have a big day through the air. But even if that happens, there is no reason why the Rebels can’t be competitive. Let’s break down each of the 3 legs. 


Ole Miss +10.5 (-110)

Ole Miss has only 1 loss, keeping it in contention for both the SEC title and the National Championship (especially considering that the setback came against Alabama). A win on Saturday would keep the Rebels in the CFP hunt and also certainly secure their spot in a New Year’s Six game if they don’t end up making it into the top 4. In other words, the stakes are humongous for both teams. That is part of the reason why I think this contest could be a little bit closer than expected. Georgia is certainly a great team, but it is not as dominant as it was en route to its back-to-back national titles. Star tight end Brock Bowers has been sidelined by an ankle injury in recent weeks and probably won’t play in this one (although there are rumblings of a potential return). As good as the Bulldogs are, my opinion is that the Rebels are too good to get blown out.

Quinshon Judkins to record 100+ rushing yards (+200)

Ole Miss boasts a fantastic running game along with a mobile QB in Jaxson Dart, who forces defenses to cover everything. The only game in which the Rebs struggled to score was at Alabama – and that was early in the season, too. Head coach Lane Kiffin’s offense has since caught fire, led by Judkins. The sophomore has exceeded the 100-yard mark in 4 of the last 5 outings, including 124 on 2 occasions and 177 on another. This comes after he gained no more than 60 yards in any of the first 4 contests. Judkins has gotten 33, 18, 21, 17 and 23 carries in the last 5 games. In turn, fellow RB Ulysses Bentley IV has seen his rushing attempts go from 17 to 7 to 6 over the past 3. Finally, Georgia is tied for third in the country in yards per pass attempt allowed (5.4) but is nowhere near the top in that same rushing statistic (3.7). Count on Ole Miss feeding Judkins early and often.

Carson Beck to record 300+ passing yards (+124)

Oddsmakers are expecting a shootout between 2 high-powered offenses, with the total set at 58.5. As such, I’m too concerned with Ole Miss’ ability to cover even if Beck goes over the 300 mark. There is little question that Georgia will score. The Bulldogs’ offense is humming lately, mainly because Beck has improved dramatically since a relatively slow start to his first season as the starter. He has put up at least 300 passing yards in 4 of the last 6 games. The Rebels are very good against the run (limiting opponents to 3.4 yars per rush), so I expect the Dawgs to continue taking to the air.


By signing up you agree to our terms and privacy policy