College Football Odds: TENNESSEE VOLUNTEERS at KENTUCKY WILDCATS (10/31)

COLLEGE FOOTBALL — October 31

TENNESSEE at KENTUCKY
(America’s Bookie Line: Tennessee -10, Total 59) — We know the series history, which has seen Tennessee win 29 of the last 30 meetings. But we also place at least a little significance in the possibility that Tennessee is still decompressing after their near-miss in Tuscaloosa (lost 19-14 to Alabama). Sure, the Vols have the edge at QB with dual-threat Joshua Dobbs over Kentucky’s inconsistent Patrick Towles, who has now thrown nine INT’s to go with eight TD’s. And Dobbs has played well against UK the last two years. But the Tennessee offensive line has also reshuffled a bit, and we do admire the way the Wildcats have fought when punching above their weight class at home this season, losing by a 14-9 margin against Florida and by a field goal vs. Auburn, and scoring a win over Missouri. They can hang here.

PLAY BY JAY: KENTUCKY +10 **

(All information is for news matter only; All games are graded on a scale of 1-4 stars. Lines are subject to change)