DraftKings Sportsbook has adjusted lines for the Gators vs. UM

As of Thursday, most books had the Gators listed as 7.5-point favorites for Saturday’s season opener vs. Miami in Orlando.

Published on Thursday, 8/22/19, at 9:43 a.m. Eastern.

DraftKings Sportsbooks offers all sorts of wagers for every sport. For instance, the betting shop had adjusted lines for Saturday’s season opener between Florida and Miami down in Orlando.

If you’re extremely bullish on UF, you can get some nice payouts if you’re expecting a two-touchdown pimpslap. See the details in my tweet below..

Florida got some bad news yesterday as it pertains to depth on the defensive line. Although the school hasn’t mentioned the injury and/or confirmed any sort of diagnosis, junior DT Elijah Conliffe indicated that he’s out for the season with a foot injury in an Instagram post on Wednesday.

Conliffe has made three career starts, recording 15 tackles in 2017 and ’18.

The ‘under’ is 5-2 in the past seven UF-UM head-to-head meetings. They last met in 2013 in a game that started the demise of Jeff Driskel as a Florida Gator.

UF’s defense was sensational that day, as Florida enjoyed a 22-10 edge in first downs and a 413-212 advantage in total offense. However, the Gators committed five turnovers, with each of them coming in the red zone, and Miami captured a 21-16 victory in the blistering South Florida heat.

As for Florida basketball, there were several hours of major anxiety for UF hoops fans yesterday. Sophomore point guard Andrew Nembhard was involved in a knee-to-knee collision while playing for the Canadian national team in the FIBA World Cup. He limped off the court, but good news came later in the day.

And by the way, Eric Fawcett is a great follow on Twitter for Florida basketball fans.

In case you missed it earlier this summer, I presented some betting options for UF this season.

And one more reminder about tonight!

I’m working on my UF-UM preview for VegasInsider.com right now, and I’ll add the link for it here when it gets published later today.

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