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How To Bet The Vanderbilt Vs Florida Odds

Vanderbilt travels to Florida looking to end Florida’s run to the SEC East title. Florida is in the driver’s seat to win the SEC East and march into the SEC Championship. The college football week 10 odds favor Florida by 20-points to beat Vanderbilt. The Gators are a good team. If Vandy hopes to upset Florida’s quest for the SEC crown, they’re going to have to really dig deep on Saturday. 

A Closer Look At How To Bet The Vanderbilt Commodores Vs No. 11 Florida Gators College Football Week 10 Odds

What: Vanderbilt Commodores (3-5) at No. 11 Florida Gators (7-1)
When: Saturday, November 7, 2015
Kickoff: 12:00 PM ET 
Where: Gainesville, FL
Stadium: Ben Hill Griffin Stadium
Weather: 85° F | Partly Cloud
Spread: Florida -20
Moneyline: Vanderbilt +685 vs Florida -1429
Game Total: 37.5
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Why Bet On Vanderbilt to Beat No. 11 Florida (-21)

Vanderbilt’s defense has the ability to lock down good offenses. In the first game of the season, Vanderbilt played well enough to upset a team like Western Kentucky who averages close to 43 points a game.

Vanderbilt lost 12 to 14, but Western Kentucky only gained 246 total yards. In the last game, the defense didn’t play all that well. The Commodores allowed Houston to score 34 points and to rack up 371 total yards. Which Vanderbilt team will show up against Florida: the one that has the ability to shut down good offenses, or the one that failed miserably against Houston? The answer will determine Vandy’s chances of beating Florida straight up on Saturday.

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Why Bet On No. 11 Florida (-21) to Beat Vanderbilt

After Florida suspended starting QB Will Grier for a year because Grier tested positive for a performance enhancing drug, many thought that Florida would start losing games. Instead, replacement Treon Harris has been terrific under center.

Harris almost led the Gators to a road win over favored LSU in his first game replacing Grier. In his second game replacing Grier, Harris led Florida to a stunning 27 to 3 road win over Georgia. Harris is getting better week to week. Although Vanderbilt has a terrific defense, Harris and the Gators are able to put points on the board. Florida’s offense is clicking.

Florida’s defense should have no trouble stopping a terrible Vanderbilt offense and the Gators’ offense is scoring points. Expect a blowout on Nov. 7. My final score prediction is Florida 42, Vanderbilt 10.