- The Tennessee Volunteers are heavily favored against the Virginia Cavaliers by 27.5 points.
- Odds are so far in Tennessee’s favor that betting on an outright victory is currently available.
- Tennessee’s team total is 42.5 with +110 odds to go over that point projection.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Betting odds for the Tennessee Volunteers vs. Virginia Cavaliers season opener favor Tennessee by 27.5 points in Nashville. Starting quarterback Joe Milton is expected to lead the Vols to a dominant Week 1 victory.
Betting on the Volunteers to cover the 27.5-point spread at USA online sportsbooks is a lock against a Virginia team that didn’t improve much since going 3-7 in 2022.
Tennessee Vs Virginia Betting Lines
|Tennessee||-27.5 (-115)||O55.5 (-105)|
|Virginia||+27.5 (-105)||U55.5 (-115)|
Betting on Tennessee’s spread offers -115 odds to win by four touchdowns on Saturday. However, betting on Tennessee to go over their team total offers +110 odds.
Betting Tennessee and Virginia Team Totals
Tennessee is projected to score 42.5 points against Virginia and CFB online sportsbooks heavily favor the under.
Tennessee Total Points Projection
- Over 42.5 Points +110
- Under 42.5 Points -145
The Tennessee Volunteers finished the 2022 season with the highest-scoring offense in all of college football. Although Tennessee online sportsbooks favor the under, head coach Josh Heupel is set to have another explosive offense in 2023.
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After averaging 46.1 points per game, the Volunteers offense shouldn’t slow down with Joe Milton under center. Milton went 19/28 for 251 yards and three touchdowns in a 31-14 win over Clemson in the 2022 Orange Bowl.
Virginia Total Points Projection
- Over 14.5 Points +115
- Under 14.5 Points -150
Senior Tony Muskett takes over at quarterback for the Cavaliers after Brennan Armstrong transferred to North Carolina State. Muskett had a 157.3 passer rating last season, far exceeding Armstrong’s passer rating of 109.4.
A 14.5-point projection at Virginia online sportsbooks may seem low at first glance, but the Cavaliers offense averaged 17.0 points per game last season. They only faced one ranked opponent all year and are expected to struggle against Tennessee’s defense.
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