Florida Gators Football Odds & Forecast
2020 Florida Gators Schedule
Chances are everything – at least in the SEC East - will come down to the Georgia game in early November once again, but at least on paper, Florida's schedule looks like one where a 8-2 SU record at worst should be slightly favored.
QB Kyle Trask and the Florida Gators are expected to be in the hunt to capture the SEC East based on the latest futures betting markets. (AP)
Florida Odds to win SEC East in 2020
Hopefully the third time's the charm in bringing it up, but it's going to be that neutral site game between Georgia and Florida that likely decides this division. There is already a point spread for the game to reference – Georgia -3.5 – and if you believe the Gators win that meeting for the first time since 2016, well then a +120 price is worth the risk.
Florida Odds to win SEC Championship
Winning the East and winning the entire SEC is where more thought is needed though, because the Gators may be good in 2020, but all expectations are that they'll still be a level or two below whomever comes out of the SEC West.
It is a winner take all scenario should Florida get there, and anything can happen in 60 minutes of football. But you probably want to make sure Florida's at least in that game before taking a shot at this, even if the line during championship week drops to +350 or +400 on the ML. The Gators tend to only clear one hurdle at a time, so let them play really well all year and get here first.
Florida Odds to Win 2020-21 College Football Playoff
The Gators are in that so-called “second wave” of favorites in the overall future markets, sitting behind Clemson, Ohio State, and Alabama, shoulder to shoulder with SEC rivals Georgia and LSU. Florida gets both of those rivals this year, and a SEC Championship would automatically have them as one of the last four standing.
Even a SEC title game defeat would keep in the Gators in the playoff discussion if it were their only loss on the year.
But this is still a team that might top out in a conference title game, or fail to even get there should they lose to Georgia as expected with a line as an underdog. If waiting on Florida to get to the SEC title game is a legitimate path on the SEC futures, waiting to see if Florida can get into the playoffs first falls into the same category.
Florida Odds for Players to win the 2020 Heisman Trophy
The Gators currently have one player listed in the Heisman Trophy Odds betting market.(Position, SEC Player, School, Odds)
Florida Gators – Postseason Forecast
Florida will be Bowl-bound again in 2020, and likely in a Bowl game that happens sometimes around the New Year on the calendar. Whether or not it's a playoff game remains to be seen, but seeing the Gators shatter through those next few goals all in one year would nice to witness.
A flat “10” number on the win total sits there for good reason, as a 10-2 straight-up (SU) record is the most logical projection right now, but if the Gators remain unbeaten through that Georgia game, a lot of things drastically increase for the projection of the 2020 Gators season.
Florida Gators Season Prediction
10-2 SU may be the most logical preseason projection for the Gators, but when you put together the whole picture, Florida's got a chance to really do something special in 2020.
There aren't any significant, uncommon huge roadblocks like a trip to Alabama or Auburn or somewhere, they play in the much easier SEC division already, and are thought of quite highly all things considered in various other futures markets like division, conference, and national championship markets. +1400 for a team to win it all when they'd have to go through basically every team in front of them in some form based on the odds.
LSU and Georgia have an equal national championship future price and Florida plays both of them during the year. Getting to the SEC title game has a likelihood of it being Alabama to go through for the Gators then, and Clemson and Ohio State may already be waiting in the playoffs for them. Taking that +1400 price may not be the best thing to do overall now, but it's relevance speaks to how highly thought of this Gators team is.
So grabbing the Gators at +120 to win the SEC East is mostly a no-brainer, and pair that with taking the +3.5 and/or ML (+140) in Florida's individual game with Georgia, and that's a great place to start. Even less time mulling on whether or not to take the Gators to win the SEC is a solid next step.
Whether it's 10-2 straight-up (SU) or better, the Gators have an opportunity to be one of those sneaky-good teams that come in and disrupt a lot of things on the national stage. Still would like to see glimpses of it first, but the Gators in the SEC East and SEC overall are great starting points to side with for Florida's 2020 season.
Florida Gators 2019 Betting Recap
The Gators have a very good 2019 in their rear-view mirror, as the Gators finished the regular season 10-2 straight up (SU), and then beat a ranked Virginia team in the Orange Bowl. The only two defeats they had came at LSU – the eventual national champs – and Georgia in the neutral site rivalry game.
Otherwise it was relatively smooth sailing for the Gators throughout the year – all but one of their wins came by at least eight points - and they'd love to improve on it in 2020 without question.
Betting on the 2020 Florida Gators
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