- The Kentucky Wildcats and Tennessee Volunteers both have -110 odds to win their game on Saturday.
- The total is set at 57.0 points with -115 betting odds in favor of the UNDER.
LEXINGTON, Ky. – Sportsbooks can’t decide who should be favored between the Kentucky Wildcats and Tennessee Volunteers, giving them both -110 odds on the moneyline.
Betting The Moneyline (-110)
The odds on the online betting sites don’t seem to care too much about the recent CFP rankings that ranked the Kentucky Wildcats at No. 18 and left the Tennessee Volunteers out entirely. The betting line shows neither side has an advantage, but that could be far from the truth.
Tennessee vs Kentucky Moneyline Odds
- Kentucky Wildcats -110
- Tennessee Volunteers -110
The Wildcats are a perfect 5-0 at home this season while the Volunteers are just 1-2 on the road. Both teams enter the game on a two-game losing streak, all to teams currently ranked in the CFP poll.
Kentucky lost to Georgia and Mississippi State while Tennessee has lost to Ole Miss and Alabama.
Aside from the teams’ most recent losses, Kentucky has been the better team for the duration of the season. The Wildcats were 6-0 with wins over Florida and LSU while Tennessee was 4-2 with losses to Florida and Pittsburgh.
The six-game sample size outweighs the two most recent performances, even if odds on college football betting sites are listed at -110.
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Betting The Total: 57.0 Points
The total for the game is set at 57.0 points, which seems fairly high considering the Wildcats’ history of lower-scoring games this season. There is a little shading in the direction of the UNDER, but the odds still carry value.
Tennessee vs Kentucky Total Odds
- OVER 57.0 -105
- UNDER 57.0 -115
Five of Kentucky’s seven games have gone UNDER this number as the average score of a Kentucky game is 47.8 points.
Tennessee is often a part of higher-scoring contests as their average total is 63.9 points, but even the Volunteers have only had four of their eight games go OVER the set total. If Kentucky is controlling the tempo of the game. the UNDER would seem to be the best bet.
Tune in to ESPN2 at 7 p.m. EST on Saturday to watch the game.
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