Florida Gators vs. Tennessee Vols Prop Bets - December 5

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The Gators vs. Vols game featured a line of Florida -17.5.

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"Over the past two weeks, Florida coach Dan Mullen has reiterated that he sees plenty of room for improvement in his team. Once again, the focus will be on the defense when the Gators visit rival Tennessee with a chance to clinch the SEC East and a spot in the SEC championship game. In the early going against Kentucky, the Gators once again had a tough time stopping the Wildcats, with players out of position or having tackling issues. Mullen was seen screaming at defensive coordinator Todd Grantham at one point on the sideline. But after a shaky opening, the defense settled in and held Kentucky to 221 yards (its lowest of the season), 2-of-13 on third downs and made three interceptions. Is that the group that will show up next weekend?" -- Andrea Adelson, ESPN

Game Props

Florida @ Tennessee Sat, Dec 05, 2020 EST

Rot First Scoring Play Moneyline
1009 Florida TD     -120
1010 Florida FG     +425
1011 Florida Any Other Score     +4500
1012 Tennessee TD     +200
1013 Tennessee FG     +800
1014 Tennessee Any Other Score     +5000
Rot A Team to Score 3 Unanswered Times Moneyline
1015 Yes     -350
1016 No     +250
Rot Team Scoring 1st Wins Game Moneyline
1017 Yes     -210
1018 No     +170
Rot Winning Margin Moneyline
1019 Florida to win by 1-6 pts     +550
1020 Florida to win by 7-12 pts     +500
1021 Florida to win by 13-18 pts     +400
1022 Florida to win by 19-24 pts     +400
1023 Florida to win by 25-30 pts     +550
1024 Florida to win by 31-36 pts     +700
1025 Florida to win by 37-42 pts     +1000
1026 Florida to win by 43 or more pts     +1000
1027 Tennessee to win by 1-6 pts     +1000
1028 Tennessee to win by 7-12 pts     +1800
1029 Tennessee to win by 13-18 pts     +3500
1030 Tennessee to win by 19-24 pts     +6500
1031 Tennessee to win by 25-30 pts     +9000
1032 Tennessee to win by 31-36 pts     +10000
1033 Tennessee to win by 37-42 pts     +11000
1034 Tennessee to win by 43 or more pts     +12000
Rot Double Result Moneyline
1035 Florida/Florida     -275
1036 Florida/Tie     +4000
1037 Florida/Tennessee     +1500
1038 Tie/Florida     +1100
1039 Tie/Tie     +4000
1040 Tie/Tennessee     +3000
1041 Tennessee/Florida     +500
1042 Tennessee/Tie     +3500
1043 Tennessee/Tennessee     +700

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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