Florida Gators versus Miami Hurricanes College Football Betting Preview

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An in-state battle in early afternoon college football action as the Florida Gators will hit the road to face the Miami Hurricanes on Saturday September 7th from week number two. The Gators and Hurricanes will get things started from Miami at 12PM Eastern Time and ESPN TV will provide the live broadcast coast to coast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the road team Florida Gators favored by -3 points with an over under line set at 48 ½ points. Those wagering the money line with the Florida Gators will lay -155 odds. Bettors choosing to play on the Miami Hurricanes on the money line will get back +135 odds for their money line wager.

This will be the first meeting between these schools since way back in the 2008 season where the Gators earned the 26-3 home win as a -24 point betting favorite. The Gators opened up their 2013 season by defeating the Toledo Rockets last week by the score of 24-6 as a -23 ½ point betting favorite and the total went under 55 ½ points. Florida was effective with their run game and their elite defense stepped up and held an experience Toledo team who has a pretty good offense to no touchdowns for the game. Miami has shown the past year to give up lots of points and yardage defensively. The Gators success rests on the shoulders of junior quarterback Jeff Driskel In week one he threw for 153 yards on 17 of 23 pass completions with a touchdown. Driskel suffered through accuracy issues in 2012 as the signal caller hit on 63.7% of his throws. Miami returns 18 starters to a club that played a lot of freshman and sophomores. The Hurricanes will need to be better defensively as the club in 2012 gave up a ton of points and yardage to their 2012 opponents. The team opened up their 34-6 home victory in week one to the Florida Atlantic Owls as a -31 point favorite. Senior QB Stephen Morris hit on 55.6% of his throws with a touchdown and pick in the win.

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