Florida Opens as Huge Road Favorite Over Ole Miss for Week 4 SEC Season Opener

By David Hayes
Florida vs Ole Miss Week 4 odds, opening spread and betting odds.
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The Florida Gators have defeated the Ole Miss Rebels in 10 of their last 15 meetings, and it certainly looks like the oddsmakers believe that pattern of dominance is going to continue this year too.

Even with the 2020 college football offseason experiencing some unprecedented scheduling changes and cancellations, the odds and spreads for this week's upcoming slate of SEC season openers are now available on FanDuel Sportsbook.

UF vs Ole Miss Odds 2020

Sitting less than one week away from the 25th all-time matchup between these two programs, Florida has already opened as a convincing 14.5-point favorite to beat Ole Miss on the road in Oxford this weekend, according to FanDuel Sportsbook.

This cross-divisional SEC series has been rather even of late, with the Gators and Rebels splitting the last eight meetings right down the middle at four wins apiece. However, Florida has been surprisingly dominant on the road, winning five of the last six meetings against Ole Miss played in Oxford.

There's still plenty of time for the odds to shift between now and this Week 4 SEC kickoff, but the Gators remain early favorites for the time being. Barring any scheduling changes, Ole Miss is currently set to host Florida at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium at 12 p.m. EST on Saturday, Sept. 26, 2020.


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