Tennessee Volunteers versus Florida Gators College Football Betting Preview

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The Tennessee Volunteers will be in bounce back mode as they open up their SEC conference play with a road game against the Florida Gators from NCAA college football scheduled for Saturday September 21st. The Volunteers and Gators get things started from Florida at 3:30PM Eastern Time and CBS will provide the coast to coast TV broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the home team Florida Gators favored by -16 points with an over under line of 47 ½ points.

The Florida Gators have dominated the recent head to head meetings with Tennessee. The Gators have won seven straight games against the Volunteers. In 2012 it was Florida with the 37-20 road win at Tennessee as a +3 ½ point underdog with the total landed over 47 points. It was a big second half for the Gators as they outscored Tennessee 27-6 in their victory. Jeff Driskel passed for 219 yards for Florida as he completed 14 of his 20 passes with two touchdowns. The Gators were balanced in the win as they rushed for 336 yards for nearly 8 yards per carry against the Tennessee defense. In their loss the Vols had trouble running on the Gators defense and lost the turnover battle by a -2 margin. Tennessee is trying to get off the mat as they team suffers a 59-14 road blowout defeat at Oregon last week as a +28 point underdog. It was ugly as the Volunteers were behind 59-7 after three quarters. Tennessee is 2-1 on the season with wins against Austin Peay and Western Kentucky all at home. Florida is coming off a bye week after a week two 21-16 road defeat at the Miami Hurricanes as a -3 point favorite. The Gators gave away this football game with mistakes and poor red zone play. Florida committed five turnovers in the loss with QB Jeff Driskel throwing two interceptions. They wasted a good performance by their defense as the Gators held Miami to just 212 yards and 1 of 11 conversions on third down.

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