Free College Football Predictions: Tennessee Volunteers at Kentucky Wildcats.

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The (3-4) Tennessee Volunteers of the Southeastern Conference East Division will be in the “BLUEGRASS STATE” for a Divisional matchup. Tennessee plays the (4-3) Kentucky Wildcats also of the SEC East in 2015 College Football action. The teams will play at Commonwealth Stadium on campus in Lexington, Kentucky. Kickoff time is at 7:30 PM EST. The game is on Saturday, October, 31st 2015. The Best Sports Handicapper believes the Tennessee Volunteers have not been the same since giving away a 4th quarter lead in a 31-24 home loss to Oklahoma. Tennessee has been competitive in losses at Florida and last Saturday in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. The Kentucky Wildcats are looking for a bowl invitation this season. Two more wins makes them eligible for the postseason. The Opening betting line has Tennessee as an eight and a half-point Road Favorite Against The Spread. The Betting Odds total is 58-points for Saturday’s game.

The 2015 Tennessee Volunteers must win the rest of their football games for a successful season. Head Coach Butch Jones knows his team can easily get down after having some close games. Tennessee has winnable games the rest of the way, and it starts Saturday in the “BATTLE FOR THE BARREL”. The next five opponents for Tennessee have a combined fifteen wins. Tennessee could easily be 6-1 this season, but a few bad breaks have them below .500. Starting quarterback, Josh Dobbs is capable of making the big play with his arm and legs. The running back tandem of Jalen Hurd and Alvin Kamara is the best combination in the powerful SEC. The Volunteers defense is finally starting to come around. The unit held Alabama to 19-points in their last game, Jones credits the bye week for the improvement of the defense. A lot of players got healthy during their week off. Tennessee put up fifty points at home vs. Kentucky last season and is should be around the same this Saturday on the Uk campus. The key to a Tennessee victory is for the offense to move the chains running the football, which will open up the passing attack.

Fans of the Kentucky Wildcats know that basketball season is right around the corner, and the football team is now an afterthought. However when the Tennessee Volunteer come to town, the entire atmosphere becomes different. The Wildcats have dropped their last two football games. The team got humbled last Saturday at Mississippi State, and a win against a rival team could save the entire season. There is no doubt Wildcats head coach Mark Stoops has called big brother Bob for some pointers on how to beat Tennessee. Stoops also know his team will face a similar quarterback to Last weeks opponent. Josh Dobbs may not be as good as Mississippi State signal caller Dak Prescott but has just as much natural athletic ability. The Wildcats defense will have their word cut out. The Kentucky offense should be able to move the football against at home against a UT defense that is playing on the road for the second consecutive week. The festivities are already beginning on campus; student is also getting ready for the annual midnight madness indicating the start of “HOOPS SEASON”.

The Tennessee Volunteers are 7-1 ATS the last eight between the teams.

The Betting Odds Under The Total are 4-0-1 Kentucky last five SEC games.

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