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Florida vs. Vanderbilt Betting Odds: Both Teams 17-11 Against Spread

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Mar/03/2017

The Florida vs. Vanderbilt betting odds had the Gators as a -4 road favorite. LIVE IN-PLAY WAGERING is available for this game.

Florida has been gold for sports bettors, going 24-6 Straight Up on the season and 17-11 Against The Spread. 

Be forewarned, however, that Vanderbilt has an identical ATS record to Florida while owning a lukewarm 16-14 record Straight Up.  

The Gators have covered seven of the last ten in this series while Vanderbilt has done so in eight.

The Commodores are playing much better than their Straight Up record might otherwise indicate.   They have won eight of their last twelve games, this after dealing with a four-game losing streak, each against teams with winning records.

Florida backers may have another reason to be hesitant in backing the Gators.  Vanderbilt has won the last three in this series and four of the last five.

The OVER is 10-3 in the last 13 meetings played in Vanderbilt with the total here set at 139.

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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