Florida Gators vs. Kentucky Wildcats - Exact Winning Margin of Victory Prop Bet

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Ean Lamb
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Florida is 3-1 coming into Kentucky 4-0.  The Wildcats were a -2.5 favorite but the line has moved to -1.  Margin of victory prop bets are available for this game.


Both Florida and Kentucky pay $350 for every $100 bet with a win between 1 and 6 points.

7 to 12 point wins by either team pay $500 to $550.

13 to 18 point victories by either team pay $800 to $850.

19 to 24 point wins gets you $1400.

The payouts just get better from there.


Florida Gators

Florida is in the midst of a three-game winning streak.   But Florida has lost 14 of its last 16 games away from Florida Field.

Coach Billy Napier’s team will try to end a five-game skid in road or neutral-site games when it plays at Kentucky (4-0, 1-0) on Saturday.

“I do think there are challenges that come with going on the road and playing in this league,” Napier said.

Chris Law of ESPN writes of the No. 12 Gators:

"The excitement from a week ago in the Swamp was tempered Saturday night. The Gators, coming off the big win over Tennessee, followed up with a ho-hum 22-7 win over Charlotte. At this point, a few games into his second season of trying to rebuild the program, Florida coach Billy Napier isn't in a position to thumb his nose at any victory. But there were certainly some concerns, notably the Gators settling for five field goals, three of those coming after drives stalled inside the 10. Charlotte entered the game ranked 129th out of 131 teams in scoring defense (39.4 points per game) and gave up 568 yards to Georgia State last week. Quarterback Graham Mertz completed 20 of 23 passes for 259 yards, but Florida couldn't score touchdowns once it reached the red zone, which will catch up with the Gators down the road. "

Kentucky Wildcats

The Wildcats routed Vanderbilt 45-28 last week.

The Wildcats (4-0, 1-0) started strong, scoring three first quarter touchdowns, two on offense as well as a 29-yard pick six by Maxwell Hairston.

“Getting off to a fast start on the road for an 11 o’clock kickoff was something of importance for us, and we stressed that and it was great to see,” Kentucky coach Mark Stoops said. “There were obviously some moments in there that are just kind of sloppy ... It gets very, I don’t want to say concerning, it gets frustrating at times.”

- Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com

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