Missouri vs. Florida Pick


GAINESVILLE, FL (ATS Consultants) – No. 8 Florida hosts Missouri on Saturday at Noon ET, live from Ben Hill Griffin Stadium.

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Florida is 7-1 on the season and 4-0 at home while Missouri is 4-4 overall and 1-1 on the road. The Gators are 6-2 against the spread while the Tigers are 3-4 ATS. These two haven’t met since 1965.

Odds: The oddsmakers at Bovada.lv have made Florida as the clear favorite at home in this game, as the Gators have odds of -15.5 points against Missouri. The over/under total has been set at 42 points
Line Movement: Opening odds had Florida favored by 16 points. The spread climbed to 17 points during the week before falling its way back to Florida -15.5.

Public Betting: Of the wagers that have been placed on this game, 80% are going on Florida with odds of -15.5 points against Missouri. Be sure to click on the public betting link to get the latest odds and betting percentages.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL FREE PICK: Florida is 6-1 ATS L7 conference games. Missouri is 8-20 ATS L28 following an ATS win. Florida fell to Georgia last week in Jacksonville, cost them a shot at an undefeated season. They committed six turnovers, which was two more than in their first seven games combined, in their 17-9 loss. Their defense though played very well, as they allowed just 17 points despite all the turnovers against an explosive offense. They take on a Missouri team (4-4, 1-4 SEC), who is bringing back QB James Franklin, who hasn’t played since injuring his knee against Vanderbilt on Oct. 6. Unfortunately he won’t be enough as Missouri takes on one of the best defenses in the nation.


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