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Florida vs. Alabama Free Pick, Prediction, Odds 12/3/2016

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Florida vs. Alabama Free Pick, Prediction, Odds 12/3/2016 - 12/3/2016 Free NCAAF Pick Against the Spread
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Alabama has looked like the clear cut best team in the nation throughout the regular season and the Tide are locked into the college playoff with or without a win today against the Gators. Alabama has been dominant on a weekly basis with all, but one of their wins this season coming by double digits. In their last outing Alabama closed things out with a nice 30-12 win over rival Auburn at home. With the win Bama improved to 12-0 overall and 8-0 in the SEC. Against Auburn QB Jalen Hurts was a little streaky through the air completing 27/36 passes for 286 yards and 2 TDs to 2 INTs, while the ground game added 203 yards and 1 TD on 44 carries.

The Florida Gators weren’t overly impressive this season, but the Gators leaned on their strong defense quite a bit as Florida went on to win the much weaker SEC East division. Florida has had some mixed results this season, but coming through more often than not standing 8-3 overall and 6-2 in conference. Florida was outclassed in their last outing against in-state foe Florida State, losing to the Seminoles by a final of 13-31. Florida has been all about their defense this season as the Gators rank 4th in the nation in total defense compared to just 106th in scoring average. Against the Seminoles QB Austin Appleby went on to complete 19/35 passes for 149 yards, while the ground game added just 56 yards on 29 carries in the defeat.

Alabama showed consistent dominance throughout SEC play this season and there's not much of a case in siding against the Crimson in this one. Alabama has the best overall defense in the nation and they're going against a Florida squad that's looked incompetent on the offensive side of the ball this season. We like for Alabama to put up enough offense to get this win and cover in the SEC title game.


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Alabama -24 -110


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  1. Author: onetrikpony  252858 Rep Points  

    Cautiously on Ala -24 should get out to big lead but may rest some guys late

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  2. Author: dogsfootball  3479 Rep Points  

    Florida D might keep them in the game yes. But their offense will have 4 turnovers. Alabama wins 42-10. I feel Florida was looking ahead to Alabama last week in theor match-up vs flo st. But regardless they looked terrible in that game and got smoked by a team that is not near the caliber of bama

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  3. Author: bigjohnstudd  2084 Rep Points  

    Florida +24

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  4. Author: detroit32  -2152 Rep Points  

    Alabama a solid #1 in the country and no pressure on them to destroy Florida. Florida has a good D as usual and is no pushover. Can they score more than 14 against the stout Bama defense. We will see. I think the Florida D will have to come up big in the TO department or special team TD. Expect a low scoring game with Bama pulling it out in the 4th quarter. Tide rolls and wins by 11

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  5. Author: julole  6386 Rep Points   POTD: Villanova

    Alabama wins this one but Florida can keep this reasonably competitive and 24 points is just too much for me not to grab -- Florida can cover this huge spread

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