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What is the Early Line on the Pittsburgh vs. Tennessee Week 2 Game?

Written by:
Dan Shapiro
Published on:
Sep/06/2021

The early line on the Pittsburgh Panthers vs. Tennessee Vols game had the Volunteers asa +3 home dog with live odds here at BetOnline (maximum welcome bonus $1000).

The Panthers trounced UMass in their Week 1 game by a score of 51-7.  This was the first time these teams met in a football game.

Pittsburgh Quarterback Kenny Pickett and the offense struggled at first but ultimately found their rhythm.  The Panthers returned eight starters on offense, including Pickett.  They did lose five top defenders to the NFL Draft.

Tennessee, meanwhile, is coming off of a 38-6 win over Bowling Green.  Josh Heupel made his debut as the Vols head coach.

The Panthers were expected by oddsmakers to win 7 regular season games in 2021, Tennessee fewer than 5.

Jabari Small finished with 124 yards rushing with two touchdowns. Tiyon Evans added 116 yards on the ground and a touchdown.

"Offensively there were times where we were clicking, played efficiently," said Heupel. "Other times there were things we could control that we didn't operate as efficiently as we can. Going to need to clean those things up as we move deeper into the season."

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

 

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