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Vegas Odds: Utah vs. Florida – Surprising Projection


Florida would be favored by 14-points over Utah!

Las Vegas, Nevada (January 4, 2009) – Utah’s domination over Alabama has people wondering how good the Utes really are. To get that answer, RJ Bell of has polled numerous Las Vegas and offshore sports betting professionals.

Utah would be approximately a 14-point underdog against Florida on a neutral field, and a 12-point underdog against Oklahoma.

RJ Bell of said: “Alabama was a 10-point underdog versus Florida, while the Crimson Tide were 10-point favorites over Utah. Even with a generous adjustment for the Utes impressive Sugar Bowl performance, Florida would be favored in the two touchdown range.”

Another team talked about as perhaps #1 is USC. Yet, the Trojans would be 5-point underdogs vs. Florida and 3-point underdogs vs. Oklahoma.

A little known fact is that Las Vegas is no longer the center of the sports betting world. Many of the sharpest professionals bet offshore. Las Vegas oddsmakers follow offshore action closely, but for political reasons they are often uncomfortable disclosing this fact. takes into account experts worldwide, providing the clearest estimate of the true sports betting market.

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