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Florida vs. Florida State CashBet Wagering Analysis, NCAA Football Betting

Florida vs. Florida State CashBet Wagering Analysis, NCAA Football Betting

On the whole, it’s a mixed first NCAAF bets year for Florida coach Billy Napier.  The Gators have shown modest improvement.  Napier’s biggest success has come off the field.  Specifically, the Gators have stepped up recruiting, staffing, and facilities.  In the SEC, falling even slightly behind in any aspect of the game can set a program back several years.  Previously, coach Dan Mullen was in the 2020 SEC championship game.  But some comments that seemed like he was less than all-in for recruiting.  And it will take Napier another year or two to get things on track.

CFB Betting:  Florida Gators vs. Florida State Seminoles Betting Information

Date: Saturday, November 25, 2022,
Time: 7:30 p.m. ET
Location: Bobby Bowden Field at Doak Campbell Stadium, Tallahassee, Florida
TV Coverage: ABC

Florida Gators vs. Florida State Seminoles Betting Odds

Florida +10 ( -110 ) 58 ( -110 ) +300
Florida State -10 ( -110 ) 58 ( -110 ) -360
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Florida vs. Florida State CashBet Wagering Analysis

Florida State has impressed top online sportsbook gamblers with its 2022 improvement.  The Seminoles will draw action for that reason as the home favorite.  Florida will draw Wise Guy consideration as a bowl-bound SEC road dog.

Once Mighty Gators Lack Bite of Past

Last game, the Florida Gators lost 31-24 against the Vanderbilt Commodores 41-24 as 13.5-point road favorites.  The game went under the Betting on College Football total of 58.5.  Florida has a record of 6-5 straight up, 6-5 against the spread, and 6-5 over/under the total.  Florida ranks 33rd for total offense, 67th for passing, 16th for rushing, and 48th for scoring.  Defensively they rank 101st overall, 86th against the pass, 97th against the rush, and 78th for points allowed.  Also, Florida ranks 57th for fewest turnovers lost and 67th for takeaways.

Mike Wright threw three touchdown passes.  And then Vanderbilt upset Florida on Saturday afternoon for its second straight Southeastern Conference victory.

At the beginning, Vanderbilt took a 7-3 lead and never looked back against Florida.  The loss ended a two-game win streak for the Gators, who had won their last eight games against Vanderbilt.  Coach Clark Lea was impressed with the run game.  Namely, Vandy was led by Ray Davis, with 122 of the Commodores’ 175 rushing yards.  The Gators’ defense extended its shutout streak to seven quarters in a row holding the Commodores to 94 yards in the first quarter.  Including zero yards on the Commodores’ first drive.  The Gators were penalized seven times for 80 yards in the game.

Seminoles Continue Rising Against Expectations

Last game, the Florida State Seminoles won 49-17 against the Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns as 24.5-point home favorites.  The game went over the total of 52.5.  Florida State has a record of 8-3 straight up, 8-3 against the spread, and 5-6 over/under the bet on NCAAF total.  Florida State ranks 16th for total offense, 39th for passing, 14th for rushing, and 23rd for scoring.  Defensively they rank 11th overall, 4th against the pass, 52nd against the rush, and 13th for points allowed.  Also, Florida State ranks 40th for fewest turnovers lost and 89th for takeaways.

Jordan Travis and Treshaun Ward had two touchdown runs in the first half.  Further, Florida State ran for 251 yards, routing Louisiana on Saturday.  Florida State scored a season-high in points.  Also, FSU surpassed 200 rushing yards for a sixth straight time.  And they picked up its fourth straight double-digit victory.  The Seminoles last won eight or more games in 2016.  Florida State had 251 rushing yards, averaging 5.6 per carry.  In sum, Trey Benson led the way with 80 rushing yards, giving him 854 on the season.

The defense has been stingy over the last four games.  In turn, on Saturday, FSU didn’t allow a touchdown through three quarters.  They extended their streak to 32 straight drives without a touchdown.  Late on, Louisiana managed a pair of fourth-quarter touchdowns against Florida State’s backups.  Overall, Louisiana struggled to move the ball against Florida State’s first-team defense.  Quarterback Chandler Fields completed 19 of 36 passes for 159 yards.  And a 5-yard touchdown to Michael Jefferson in the fourth quarter.

Florida vs. Florida State CashBet Free Pick   

As mentioned earlier, Florida State has the Betting on NCAAF momentum.  FSU is playing its best football of the year.

Florida vs. Florida State CashBet Best Bet

Florida State Seminoles


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