Fourth-ranked Florida needs to be a lot better this week against South Florida if they are to get gamblers back on board who are betting college football.
The Gators were extremely unimpressive last week against Miami of Ohio and they did not cover the college football betting online number in a 34-12 win.
The Gators are 16.5 point favorites at the Sbg global sportsbook in this game that will be part of ESPN’s game plan coverage on Saturday. Florida will still probably get the majority of the action from gamblers in this game even though they were awful last week against Miami of Ohio.
Can Florida Take a Snap – It was almost comical how bad the Gators were last week taking a snap. Quarterback John Brantley and center Mike Pouncey put the ball on the ground so many times it was ridiculous. The simple center-quarterback snap was a disaster last week for Florida. The two players worked extensively this week on the snap so don’t expect to see any problems on Saturday. In addition to putting the snap on the ground, the Gators also fumbled away other balls. They had eight balls on the ground against Miami. If you bet on Florida you were just sick. Head coach Urban Meyer called it a mess. Gamblers who took Florida called it a disgrace. Florida had just 212 total yards which was the second fewest ever under head coach Meyer.
Florida Should be a lot better – This will be the week where those who bet college football can tell if Florida is a national title contender. Last week was bad but the Gators still won. This week they need to show they are a team to reckon with. If they don’t blow out South Florida in college football betting online then you can write off the Gators as serious national title contenders. Florida is 9-0 against other teams from Florida under head coach Urban Meyer.
South Florida an Unknown: Who knows what to expect from South Florida. They won 59-14 over Stony Brook last week. That means zip. Guys off the street could beat Stony Brook so we have no idea how good South Florida really is under new head coach Skip Holtz.