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What time does Tennessee vs Florida kick off?

The Tennessee Volunteers (2-1) visit the Florida Gators (2-1) for an SEC East showdown at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium in Gainesville, Fla., Saturday for a 7 p.m. ET kickoff. Below, we look at the Tennessee vs. Florida odds and lines, and make our expert college football picks, predictions and bets.

Can Tennessee move the ball effectively against the Florida Gators?

Something has to change if Tennessee is going to move the ball effectively against the Gators. Yes, it was against Tennessee Tech, but the Volunteers found something on defense that looked fundamentally sound for the first time. That bodes well against a Florida attack that will likely employ more zone-read features into the offense.

What happened to the Vols and Florida football teams?

While the Vols were beaten by a touchdown against Pittsburgh, Florida fell to top-ranked Alabama by 2 points. The Pittsburgh loss looks worse after the Panthers were beaten last weekend by Western Michigan.


Who is favored in the Tennessee Florida game?

Florida is averaging 71.3 points per game, while Tennessee averages 74.4. The Volunteers are 9.5-point favorites in the latest Florida vs. Tennessee odds from Caesars Sportsbook, while the over-under for total points scored is set at 131.

How many points is Florida favored over Tennessee?

19-pointTennessee odds list the Gators as 19-point favorites.

What’s the spread on the Tennessee game?

Tennessee vs. Vanderbilt spread: Tennessee -31.5. Tennessee vs. Vanderbilt over-under: 63.5 points.

When was the last time UT beat Florida?

Tennessee came back from a 21-0 first half deficit in 2016 to beat the Gators and end Florida’s series-long winning streak at 11 games, and Florida won in 2017 with a Hail Mary pass on the last play of the game.

What is the spread on the Florida game?

Florida vs Utah OddsSpreadMoneylineUTAH-1.5-110-120FLA+1.5-110-103

Is Tennessee ranked in football?

Entering the 2022 season, ESPN’s SP+ rankings have Tennessee as the No. 9 team in the nation (and the No. 4 team in the SEC). Here’s the top 15.

Is Tennessee favored to win today?

Tennessee is a 5.5-point favorite in the game, according to Tipico Sportsbook.

Are Titans favored to win?

The Titans are four-point favorites in the latest Bengals vs. Titans odds from Caesars Sportsbook, and the over-under for total points scored is 48.5.

How much is Tennessee favored over Vanderbilt?

Tennessee Vols men’s basketball betting odds. As of 10:18 a.m. ET on Saturday, Tennessee is an 11.5-point favorite against Vanderbilt, according to Tipico Sportsbook. The over/under is 132.5 points. Tennessee is -750 to win outright, and Vanderbilt is +500 to win outright.

Is it better to live in Florida or Tennessee?

If the average cost of living in the United States is 100, Florida has an overall score of 97.9. This is considerably more than Tennessee, which has an overall cost of living score of 88.7.

Are there alligators in Tennessee?

“Alligators are naturally expanding their range into Tennessee from the southern border states,” the agency said in a 2018 news release. “Alligators can survive Tennessee winters by going into a hibernation-like dormancy called brumation.

Did Peyton ever beat Florida?

Peyton Manning, QB (Tennessee) Gator fans like to joke that Peyton Manning went 0-4 against Florida during his college career. Technically, that is correct, as his teams did go winless in those contests.

Tennessee at Florida odds, spread and lines

Odds provided by Tipico Sportsbook; access USA TODAY Sports’ betting odds for a full list. Lines last updated Friday at 10:15 a.m. ET.

Against the spread

The Gators are 0-5-1 ATS in their last six games as favorites. Florida had some solid defensive days in wins over FAU and USF but those teams have second-division offenses.

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This weekend, Florida football looks to recover from its heartbreaking home loss to the No. 1 Alabama Crimson Tide against another Southeastern Conference foe — the Tennessee Volunteers. While the defeat did carry a lot of silver linings, the Orange and Blue will be looking to get back on the winning track with authority against the Big Orange.

Adam Dubbin – Managing Editor

Florida and Tennessee are seemingly two programs headed in opposite directions. Since both schools reached a nadir in 2017, the Gators have been steadily improving while the Vols have continued to flounder — in fact, the boys from Rocky Top hit a second rock bottom in 2020 when they went 3-7 in a COVID-shortened season.

David Rosenberg – Staff Writer

Joe Milton was not the answer for Tennessee at quarterback before he got injured. Hendon Hooker took over last week and looked better against Tennessee Tech, but that doesn’t say much about how he’ll do against a Florida team that just pushed Alabama to the limit.

Pat Dooley – Staff Writer

Tennessee’s offense is still a work in progress and Florida should be able to dominate the game on the defensive side of the ball. The real danger is that the Vols have absolutely nothing to lose except a losing streak. UF’s handling of the quarterbacks should be the story of the game.

Viewing information

Date: Saturday, Sept. 22 | Time: 7 p.m. ET
Location: Neyland Stadium — Knoxville, Tennessee
TV: ESPN | Live stream: WatchESPN


Florida: The Gators got back on the winning track last week, when first-year coach Dan Mullen’s crew dispatched of visiting Colorado State 48-10. With that said, quarterback Feleipe Franks went just 8-of-15 for 119 yards, two touchdowns and one pick against the Rams — one week after he didn’t look sharp until late in the loss to the Wildcats.

Game prediction, picks

This game is like a pillow fight with only the pillow cases. Neither of these teams are going to contend for the conference title this year. Very quietly, Guarantano has been sharp this year and will keep that going against a Gators defense that not only has been average, but is without star cornerback Marco Wilson.

Tennessee at Florida Odds

All College Football betting lines, odds and prop bets are available on BetMGM Sportsbook.

Tennessee at Florida Betting Preview

A rivalry is renewed on Saturday, September 25, 2021, when the Tennessee Volunteers (2-1, 0-0) visit the Florida Gators (2-1, 0-1). Florida is coming off an extremely disappointing loss last weekend, while Tennessee took care of business against the cupcake on their schedule. This game will air live on ESPN at 7:00 p.m. EST.

Tennessee at Florida Pick

Last time out, Tennessee hosted Tennessee Tech and did what they should done, won 56-0. The Vols changed QBs and Hendon Hooker responded by going 17/25 for 199 yards, three touchdowns, zero interceptions, and was the teams leading rusher with 64 yards and one touchdown.

Zach Goodall: Florida 31, Tennessee 17

Tennessee’s football program essentially started anew this year following the dismissal of head coach Jeremy Pruitt and the resignation of athletic director Phillip Fulmer.

Demetrius Harvey (3-0): Florida 42, Tennessee 20

The Florida Gators face an intriguing challenge on Saturday as they work to prove themselves as one of the elite teams in all of college football. Against a rookie head coach in Josh Heupel and the Tennessee Volunteers, the Gators ought to be able to assert its dominance in its first SEC East matchup of the season.

Brandon Carroll (3-0): Florida 37, Tennessee 14

The way Tennessee has performed until this point in the season creates little worry that the Gators won’t be able to make it out of The Swamp alive on Saturday night.

Ethan Budowsky (3-0): Florida 48, Tennessee 17

The Gators are coming off a crushing loss to Alabama and they need to avoid a letdown. Florida has said all week that they are taking no moral victories from playing Bama close, but a lot of people are really excited about how good they looked.

When Florida Has the Ball

Quarterback Kyle Trask is coming off his worst statistical performance of the season last week against Kentucky, and he still threw for 256 yards and three touchdowns. That really puts into perspective just how great this season has been for the Heisman Trophy hopeful.

When Tennessee Has the Ball

Tennessee limps into Saturday’s game with an offense that is averaging just 339 yards and 20 points per game. Self-inflicted wounds and mistakes have been commonplace for a Tennessee passing game that averages just 184 yards per game (No. 13 SEC/No. 106 FBS) and has collectively accounted for more interceptions (7) than it has touchdown passes (6).

Final Analysis

No one has found an answer for Kyle Trask and Florida’s high-octane passing attack all season. And Tennessee’s defense isn’t likely to be the first to crack the code. The Vols will be lucky to find a spark on offense with Harrison Bailey at quarterback to complement a solid rushing attack with Eric Gray.


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