College Football 2020 Preview: No. 1 Alabama vs. No. 7 Florida


December 17, 2020 11:34 PM

If you’re not having fun betting, then stop. The likelihood that you, the person reading this article, are going to get rich going 1-on-1 with the books is very low. So hopefully this is a fun hobby, and maybe you win some, maybe you lose some, but hopefully you’re enjoying the responsible rush. 

And if that’s the case, why wouldn’t you want a dog in the no. 7 Florida v. no. 1 Alabama SEC Championship game this Saturday night? This Covid riddled season has been a cluster throughout, but we’re finally near the grand finale, and this game has big influence over who gets in the College Football Playoff and features some of the countries best teams and players.

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The line is Alabama -17, which I’d really like, because they’re leagues better than everyone else, but Florida is still looking at that Clemson v. Notre Dame game and thinking they’ve got a shot to get in with a good showing, so it’s a prime backdoor spot. Instead, and’s predicted outcome would agree, that 74.5 over/under number is looking real nice. At the time of writing, the Dimers simulations are seeing a total of 80 points. Maybe some Najee Harris TD runs? Maybe some Devonte Smith TD catches? Doesn’t really matter when you’re just looking for points, and the thrill of riding the over.

This was THE YEAR that Nick Saban swore off preaching the importance of defense, and admitted something to the tune of and I’m paraphrasing here “this defense crap is for the birds, just give me all the NFL Draft picks on offense and let’s Roll Tide baby!”

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In this game, featuring the two Heisman favorite quarterbacks in Kyle Trask and Mac Jones, there is going to be some aerial assault and quick scores. Each has a bevy of 1st round weapons at their disposal, and as Saban said, kind of, it’s going to be impossible to eliminate the offense in this one.

Alabama hasn’t scored less than 50 this month. Florida hasn’t scored less than 31 this year. It all adds up to an offensive explosion, a really fun game to watch, and the perfect game to cap your College Football regular season with some action on the Over!

💰 Pick: Over 74.5