The Orlando Sentinel reported Monday afternoon that several Las Vegas oddsmakers have the University of Central Florida's football program marked as three point favorites in this Saturday's home match up with the University of Missouri.
Initially, the Black and Gold opened the week listed as a "pick'em game," with the contest against the Tigers considered too close to call and no point spread assigned.
Iliana Limon Romero notes that the Wynn, Sportsbook.com and SBC Global all now favor the Knights by three points, however, while the remainder of sports betting outlets based out of Las Vegas have yet to post their respective odds for the game.
Factoring into the odds released by the Wynn, Sportsbook.com and SBC Global is the Tigers' 31-10 road loss to then No. 7 South Carolina this past weekend.
UCF, meantime, enters Saturday's contest coming off a bye week.
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