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Kentucky opens as 14-point favorite against Missouri

Vegas has spoken, and your Kentucky Wildcats have opened as solid favorites for next Saturday’s game against Missouri.

According to Matt Jones, UK is favored by 14 points.

The Wildcats will take on the Tigers at 7:30 p.m. ET next Saturday on SEC Network.

What do you guys think of the line? Fair?

Article written by Jack Pilgrim

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7 Comments for Kentucky opens as 14-point favorite against Missouri



  1. aj007
    5:54 pm October 1, 2017 Permalink

    14? That should tell you just how bad Missouri is.



  2. maximumscott
    5:54 pm October 1, 2017 Permalink

    Considering our offensive performance saturday it is fair. If we play how we did against SC or UF in all 3 phases then i would expect a different result. UK is just not the type of team that blows anyone out. 14 is fair. But my spread is 38-10



    • callitlikeiseeit
      6:57 pm October 1, 2017 Permalink

      I hope you are right, I just want to see us ut a complete game together and get a comfortable win.



  3. bosshogg24
    6:13 pm October 1, 2017 Permalink

    Vegas says UK is a 14 point favorite but with Gran calling the plays it is now a toss up or dead even! He is short changing Johnson, Snell and King to just name three!



  4. Peter Criss
    6:17 pm October 1, 2017 Permalink

    Right now 14 sounds about right. If we are ever going to put someone away by 3 or more scores, it just might e Mizzu. But hey, we’re 4-1 and soooo close to being 5-0, I’ll take it. Love this team.



  5. LegggoooCats
    7:26 pm October 1, 2017 Permalink

    Eastern Michigan is better than Missouri, and we were (-14.5) going into the game against EMU, so it should show that Vegas is believing less in us, as are many of the fans. Can’t blame them when Eddie Gran is calling the offensive shots. If we were to get a nice lead, he’d start playing his famous “not to lose” football.



  6. jdarren1963
    8:19 pm October 1, 2017 Permalink

    Bet the farm on Missouri at +14. Kentucky will go up 14, but will then have 6 straight 3 and outs trying to run the clock out and win by 4.