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Alabama Crimson Tide vs. Tennessee Vols Prop Bets, Free Pick - January 2

Written by:
Dan Shapiro
Published on:
Jan/02/2021

We really like Alabama in their game against undefeated Tennessee Saturday night in college basketball. 

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Alabama has covered the spread using the current +10 number the last six games versus Tennessee and nine of the last ten.

The Crimson Tide's last two losses overall were also within this 10-point spread.

We would caution that the Vols last five wins overall have been absolute blowouts.  But for how long would that continue?  Especially against a team it has played in close games.

Jahvon Quinerly scored 24 points off the bench and John Petty Jr. scored 13, and Alabama beat Mississippi 82-64 on Tuesday night in a Southeastern Conference opener for both teams.

Santiago Vescovi scored 15 points and Yves Pons and Jaden Springer added 13 apiece as No. 7 Tennessee blitzed No. 12 Missouri 73-53 on Wednesday night in the Southeastern Conference opener for both teams.

Gambling911.com Pick: Alabama Crimson Tide +10 (vs. Tennessee)

RECORD UPDATED JANUARY 2, 2021 9:49 pm ET

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Prop Bets

Alabama @ Tennessee Sat, Jan 02, 2021 EST

Rot First To Score 20 Points Moneyline
2503 Alabama     +210
2504 Tennessee     -260
 
Rot Last To Score Moneyline
2507 Alabama     -115
2508 Tennessee     -115
OT included
Rot Double Result Moneyline
2510 Alabama - Alabama     +550
2511 Tie - Alabama     +3500
2512 Tennessee - Alabama     +1000
2513 Alabama - Tennessee     +475
2514 Tie - Tennessee     +1500
2515 Tennessee - Tennessee     -250
 
Rot Winning Margin Moneyline
2525 Alabama to win by 1-2 pts     +1500
2526 Alabama to win by 3-6 pts     +1100
2527 Alabama to win by 7-9 pts     +2200
2528 Alabama to win by 10-13 pts     +2200
2529 Alabama to win by 14-16 pts     +3500
2530 Alabama to win by 17-20 pts     +5500
2531 Alabama to win by 21 or more pts     +4500
2532 Tennessee to win by 1-2 pts     +1000
2533 Tennessee to win by 3-6 pts     +425
2534 Tennessee to win by 7-9 pts     +500
2535 Tennessee to win by 10-13 pts     +400
2536 Tennessee to win by 14-16 pts     +600
2537 Tennessee to win by 17-20 pts     +600
2538 Tennessee to win by 21 or more pts     +400

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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