Sports Bettors Eye Tennessee Vs. Florida Top 25 College Football Matchup

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The Volunteers will host the Florida Gators in Knoxville this Saturday in an SEC showdown that could catapult Tennessee into a Top 10 ranking.

With the latest release of the Associated Press Top 25 College Football Poll, the (#11) Tennessee Volunteers find themselves on the cusp of an entry into a Top 10 ranking among all NCAA Division I programs. 

As a result, online sports betting customers from across the Volunteer State if a weekend line of -10 points for the heavily favored home team on WynnBET Sportsbook Tennessee is a wager they want to make. 

The (#20) Florida Gators (2-1, 0-1) dropped their first SEC intra-conference game last weekend when they lost to the (#8) Kentucky Wildcats by a final score of 26-16 in Gainesville.

The (#11) Tennessee Volunteers (3-0, 0-0) will play their first SEC intra-conference matchup of the season this Saturday at Neyland Stadium. And as long as the Vols keep winning, each remaining game of the NCAA Division I regular season will have national title implications.

Due to the conference strength of the SEC, Tennessee will have more than enough opportunities this season to prove to pollsters that they deserve a spot in the 2022-23 College Football Playoff (CFP).

October 8th: at LSU

October 15th: vs. (#2) Alabama

October 29th: vs. (#8) Kentucky

November 5th: at (#1) Georgia

FanDuel Sportsbook Tennessee has the Vols favored by -10.5 points, with an “Over/Under” line of 62.5 total points.for this Saturday afternoon’s game, which kicks off at 3:30pm Eastern Time.

Heading into the weekend, available in-person tickets for the game are going for $250 to $1,250 each at Ticketmaster.

Tennessee vs. Florida SEC rivalry showdown watch parties are also scheduled for this Saturday.

VIEW: Tennessee Volunteers Watch Parties (for Vols fans)

VIEW: Florida Gators Watch Party In Nashville (for Gator fans)

Vandy Battles The Crimson Tide This Saturday Night

The 3-1 Vanderbilt Commodores will play SEC rival (#2) Alabama this Saturday night at Bryant-Denny Stadium in Tuscaloosa.

A strong Vandy performance against the Crimson Tide (similar to what the Texas Longhorns posted earlier this September in Austin) could grant the team an opportunity to enter the AP Top 25 this coming week.

And it goes without saying that an (entirely unanticipated) upset victory by the Commodores would most definitely catapult Vanderbilt into a Top 25 ranking.

However, the betting odds for that to happen are extremely slim according to legal mobile sportsbook apps that operate in Tennessee, with the Crimson Tide favored by nearly 6 touchdowns for point spread wagers and a +5000 moneyline bet available for Vandy to claim a non-handicapped victory.

Tennessee Titans Desperate For First Win Of The NFL Season

After unexpectedly losing their season opener by one point to the New York Giants, the Tennessee Titans were outright embarrassed (41-7) on Monday Night Football at the hands of the Buffalo Bills at Highmark Stadium.

Desperate to earn their first victory of the 2022-23 NFL regular season, the 0-2 Titans return to Nissan Stadium this Sunday for a mid-day matchup versus the AFC West Las Vegas Raiders, who are likewise winless so far this season.

BetMGM Sportsbook Tennessee has the Titans listed as very slight underdogs with a +2.5 line as the weekend approaches.

Despite scoring the Titans’ lone touchdown this past Monday versus the Bills, running back Derrick Henry could find himself on the Fantasy trading block this week as team owners shop around for perceived better deals. 

So far this season, the former University of Alabama star has only rushe for 107 yards (on 34 carries), and was held to just under 2 yards per carry versus the Bills. 

Titans QB Ryan Tannehill hasn’t shown Fantasy owners much this season either. Tannehill has a completion percentage under 60% with 2 TDs and 2 INTs heading into the Week 3 matchup against the Raiders.

Huge September Deals Now Available At TN Online Sportsbooks

The month of September marks a cross-country return of legal sports betting volume, and this includes the state of Tennessee.

Sports bettors who would like to test out their predictions by placing a real money wager online within the Volunteer State currently enjoy value-based offer extensions (including initial deposit bonuses), which are sponsored by multiple mobile sportsbook apps that operate in Tennessee.

Check out our exclusive TNBets Sports Betting Guide to learn more about legal online sports betting in Tennessee.

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