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The Florida Gators are hoping that a new head coach will turn their fortunes around for the 2018 season. Dan Mullen comes over from Mississippi State and takes over at Florida where he was the offensive coordinator the last time the Gators won a national championship. The problem for Mullen is that he doesn’t have a Tim Tebow under center.

The Gators have not had a decent signal caller since Tebow in 2009. It may not be any better this season, as Feleipe Franks is the returning starter. It could be that redshirt sophomore Kyle Trask ends up with the job.

Let’s look at the Florida Gators season win total and schedule for the 2018 season.

Florida Gators 2018 Regular Season Win Total - per
Over 7 (-110)
Under 7 (-120)

SEC Win Totals

2018 Florida Gators Schedule Analysis

Sept. 1 vs. Charleston Southern
The opener should be a cakewalk for the Gators. Charleston Southern went 6-5 a year ago in the FCS and they have no real chance to be competitive in this contest.

Sept. 8 vs. Kentucky
The Gators should start the season 2-0, as Florida is 31-0 all-time against the Wildcats. Kentucky is not a bad team, but they simply don’t win against Florida and that shouldn’t change this season.

Sept. 15 vs. Colorado State
The schedule couldn’t set up much easier for Mullen to start this season, as he gets three games at home he should win. The Rams are a lot like Kentucky in that they are not a bad team, but they shouldn’t be good enough to win at Florida.

Sept. 22 at Tennessee
The first test of the season for Florida comes against the Volunteers on the road. The Vols have a new head coach in Jeremy Pruitt so they could have some growing pains. This is a game the Gators can win.

Sept. 29 at Mississippi State
Do you think the crowd in Starkville will be riled up for this one? This is a game that the Bulldogs will really want to win and Florida could be looking at their first loss.

Oct. 6 vs. LSU
The schedule for Florida really gets tough, as they face the Tigers just a week after taking on Mississippi State in an emotional game. The Gators are capable of winning this game and it is a contest that might decide whether they go over or under seven wins.

Oct. 13 at Vanderbilt
This game has letdown written all over it for the Gators. Florida always seems to struggle in Nashville even when they have good teams.

Oct. 27 vs. Georgia (Jacksonville, Florida)
This looks like a sure loss for the Gators, as Georgia is considered a national title contender.

Nov. 3 vs. Missouri
This is not a sure win for the Gators, as they will be coming off the game against Georgia and Missouri can score. The Tigers won 45-16 over Florida last year.

Nov. 10 vs. South Carolina
This is another game that won’t be easy, as the Gamecocks are considered the second-best team in the SEC East behind Georgia. The losses could start piling up for the Gators.

Nov. 17 vs. Idaho
The Gators will badly need this game and it should not be a problem, as the Vandals were just 4-8 last season.

Nov. 24 at Florida State
The regular season finale won’t be easy, but this not the same Florida State team, as they have a new head coach in Willie Taggart. Florida has lost the last five in this series, but they are not without a chance in this one.

2018 Florida Gators Win Total Prediction

If you go down the list of games on the Florida schedule you will probably peg the Gators for exactly seven wins. That is exactly the total the oddsmakers have set for this team. Florida should beat Charleston Southern, Kentucky, Colorado State and Idaho. They will probably lose to Georgia. The other seven games really could go either way. The problem with taking over seven wins is that there are very few easy wins on the Florida schedule.

We’ll lean to the under simply because the Gators still don’t have a proven quarterback under center.

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