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09 Aug 2010
At Insider, we take a look at which one-sided college rivalries are most likely to flip this season. Auburn could end a couple of streaks.
Posted by: Brian Fremeau on 09 Aug 2010
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12 Aug 2010, 9:48pm by
Wow, Tennessee has a 12.5% chance to beat Florida? I would have figured Kentucky would have a better chance of flipping the Tennessee streak than Tennessee has of flipping the Florida streak this year.
Well, they're just about equal. Remember, our F/+ numbers really like the Volunteers.
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