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NCAA Betting: Tennessee Volunteers vs. SC Gamecocks

The Volunteers will need to win three of its last four to reach bowl eligibility this NCAA betting season starting Saturday against the Gamecocks.

Tennessee (3-5 SU, 2-5-1 ATS) was punchless once again last weekend versus rival Alabama who held the Vols offense in check in the 29-9 road win.  Meanwhile, the Gamecocks (5-3 SU, 3-3-1 ATS) had this past weekend off after a disappointing 24-17 loss against LSU despite leading 17-10 at halftime.

To say that Tennessee’s offense has struggled is an understatement as the Vols have now been held to 14 points or less in five of their eight games.  This lack of offensive production has proven to be a gold mine for sportsbettors that bet on NCAA football games to go under the ‘total’ with the Vols last seven games going under the closing college football odds.

Against the Crimson Tide last week, the Tennessee offense was held to just 173 total yards and 10 first downs all game angering the Neyland Stadium crowd throughout the entirety of the contest.  The Vols 18.4 PPG and 280.6 total yards per game are good for the second to last ranked offense in the SEC.

QB Stephen Garcia won the starting job over Chris Smelley and Tommy Beecher with a couple of gritty efforts in South Carolina’s last two games.  Although South Carolina failed to register a NCAA football wagering win two weeks ago against LSU, Garcia was solid against a very good Tiger defense completing 14-of-26 passes for 215 yards with a 1:1 TD:INT ratio.

The Gamecocks have also been friendly to ‘under’ bettors as five of their seven games have gone under the ‘total’ per the closing NCAA odds.  Offshore Oddsmaker installed the Gamecocks as a 6-point home favorites.  You can bet this game and wager on college football at Sportsbook.

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