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The Florida Gators are now the number one ranked team in college basketball. Billy Donovan’s team was number one back in 2007 as well, and they went on to win the NCAA Tournament that season. Florida will travel to Nashville for a battle with the Vanderbilt Commodores on Tuesday night. Can the Commodores give the Gators a tough time or will this be a comfortable win for Florida?
The Florida Gators and the Kansas Jayhawks have identical 6-2 records, but neither has really faced a team quite like the other yet this season. We’ll get a good measure for just how good both of these teams are on Tuesday when they face off as a part of the Big XII/SEC Challenge.
Here at Bang the Book, we are always keeping our eyes open for the best games to bet on each and every week. Of all of the games on the Week 4 docket, the one we are zeroing in on is the game where the Florida Gators host the Tennessee Volunteers at 3:30 p.m. ET on Saturday, September 21st.
Here at Bang the Book, we are always keeping our eyes open for the best games to bet on each and every week. Of all of the games on the Week 1 docket, the one we are zeroing in on is the game where the Florida Gators host the Toledo Rockets at 12:21 p.m. ET on Saturday, August 31st.
To say that the SEC has been the dominant conference in college football for the last few years is a major understatement. The SEC has collected seven straight national titles, and it doesn’t look ready to stop that streak anytime soon. This conference is constantly loaded with top notch talent, and this year appears to be no different.
Our college football betting handicappers are always keeping a watchful eye on what we can expect on the field, and this year, we are looking at the Top 10 teams in the land that might ultimately be ATS duds in 2013.
A pair of teams with 29 wins are going to be in search of their 30th and most important wins of the season at Dallas Cowboys Stadium in the South Region, where the Florida Gators and the Michigan Wolverines will do battle with a spot in the Final Four on the line.
Cinderella has made it to the second week of the NCAA Tournament, and that means that there are going to be a heck of a lot of neutral supporters in favor of the Florida Gulf Coast Eagles. The first ever No. 15 seed to advance to the Sweet 16 will dance with their instate rivals, the Florida Gators with the final spot in the Elite Eight on the line in Dallas.
The Florida Gators have rolled right into the SEC Tournament Final, and now, they can claim the league’s title and perhaps a No. 1 seed in the upcoming NCAA Tournament when they take on the Ole Miss Rebels.
The Tennessee Volunteers (16-10 overall, 8-6 SEC) host the eighth-ranked Florida Gators (22-4 overall, 12-2 SEC) Tuesday at 9:00 PM ET in a nationally televised contest on ESPN. Florida is currently listed as a nine-point favorite.