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Tennessee Football: Five best prop bets for Vols at Missouri Tigers

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An epic SEC East top 15 matchup between Tennessee Football and the Missouri Tigers should draw lots of eyeballs and lots of betting. The line is Tennessee -2 with the over/under set at 57.5. Beyond the spread and totals, though, what are other gambling moves to make? These are the vie best prop bets for the Vols at Mizzou.

First half spread: Tennessee -1.5

In recent weeks, Tennessee Football has been uniquely strong in the first half. As a result, if the Vols are going to beat the Missouri Tigers, and we already picked that they would, they’ll do it in the first. They have also dominated the first half the past couple years against Mizzou under Josh Heupel, so they’ll cover this one easily.

Brady Cook Over 265.5 passing yards

UT has let back to back quarterbacks pick them apart with Kamal Hadden out. Brady Cook is better than both and has more help. Now, this would be higher if we knew Luther Burden was going to play, but even without Burden, Cook will hit these yards. Add in the fact that there’s an off-chance Mizzou falls behind early and throws a lot to get back, and this is an easier pick.

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Squirrel White Over 60.5 receiving yards

Both the Georgia Bulldogs and LSU Tigers beat Mizzou thanks to a playmaker at receiver who was able to go off in a game. Tennessee Football has one of those playmakers in Squirrel White. Josh Heupel and the Vols will likely target him a lot in this game, and he should have plenty of opportunities to get a few big plays.

Joe Milton III Over 18.5 rushing yards

Ever since Joe Milton III started using his legs, he has had a complete resurgence late in the season. As a result, he’ll use his legs again in this game. Mizzou hasn’t shown itself to be that good against quarterbacks who are able to run the ball, so Milton will likely use his legs even more in this game. That makes this an easy bet.

Cody Schrader and Jaylen Wright both score touchdowns

You can get each of these individually in the range of -150 to -200 odds. However, getting them together is at +164. This parlay is the most obvious bet of the game along with the best odds. Tennessee Football and Mizzou both rely on the run game to make their offense go, and Cody Schrader and Jaylen Wright are two of the best running backs in the SEC.

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