Bet Florida Vs Tennessee Week 4 OddsNoah Williams
The Florida Gators and the Tennessee Volunteers will both look to keep their playoff hopes alive by remaining unbeaten when they square off in an intriguing Week 4 SEC showdown on Saturday at Neyland Stadium.
The college football week 4 odds favors Tennessee by 6.5-points to beat Florida. Now, let’s find out which team is offering the most value in this contest!
Bet Florida Gators Vs Tennessee Volunteers College Football Week 4 Odds
What: No. 19 Florida Gators (3-0) at No. 14 Tennessee Volunteers (3-0)
When: Friday, September 23, 2016
Start Time: TBA
Where: Knoxville, TN
Stadium: Neyland Stadium
Spread: Tennessee -6.5
Moneyline: Florida State +257 vs Tennessee -293
Game Total: 43.5
Stream: Watch ESPN
Listen: Florida vs Tennessee
Bet The Florida Gators at +6.5 Because…
Sure, Florida (3-0 SU, 1-2 ATS) hasn’t played any elite teams through their first three games, but still, they’ve been phenomenal on defense in not giving up more than seven points in any game this season.
The Gators recorded a commanding 32-0 win over North Texas on Saturday despite failing to cover the college football betting line as a 33-point favorite.
Quarterback Luke Del Rio had a modest game by going 14-for-25 for 18 yards with no touchdowns or interceptions, but the Gators scored four rushing touchdowns in the win while limiting the Mean Green to just a 15 percent success rate on third downs.
Bet The Tennessee Volunteers at -6.5 Because…
Tennessee (3-0 SU, 1-2 ATS) struggled against an inferior opponent for the second time in three games this season but still managed to get past the Ohio Bobcats 28-19 in Week 3 despite never coming close to covering the spread as an insane 27-point home favorite.
Quarterback Joshua Dobbs completed 19 of 27 passes for 203 yards with two TD strikes and one pick to lead the Vols to the closer-than-expected victory.
Expert Pick & Final Score Prediction
I know the Tennessee Volunteers are playing at home, but I’m going with the Florida Gators t get the outright road upset because they have something going for them the Vols do not – defense!
I know Florida is just 2-5 ATS in its last seven games while Tennessee has gone 4-2 ATS in its last six games, but the Vols have escaped two really inferior programs by the skin of their collective teeth and I believe the Gators will make them pay where other teams have not.
I know the Vols have won five straight at home, but I think the buck stops here with Florida!