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SEC 20* – Dalton Bests – Nelly’s 2/3

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#670 Kentucky -2 over Florida 3:00 PM CT

With three straight wins Kentucky has reached 7-7 in SEC play and this is the toughest remaining game on the schedule as John Calipari’s young team could put together a late season run to reach .500 with a couple of SEC tournament wins. Kentucky’s losses mostly been very close games in SEC play with seven of 13 defeats this season by seven or fewer points. Florida has won two in a row but the Gators have only two top 50 wins all season long. They haven’t won back-to-back road games all season long and the 8-5 record has come against the SEC’s 13th toughest schedule while Kentucky has faced the #1 path. Kentucky has covered in four of the past five in this series as a bigger favorite in each instance and Florida hasn’t won in Lexington since 2018. The interior scoring edge for Florida is a concern enough to keep this at a free pick level.