The Tennessee Volunteers baseball team has traveled to Fayetteville, Ark., for an important three-game SEC series against the Arkansas Razorbacks.
After being ranked in the top three just a few weeks ago, the Vols have fallen to No. 16 in D1baseball.com rankings. Can Tennessee bounce back this weekend? Let’s look at the Volunteers’ odds versus the Razorbacks.
Tennessee Baseball Odds vs. Arkansas for Sunday, April 16
Here are the moneyline odds for Tennessee Volunteers baseball versus the Arkansas Razorbacks on April 16 from DraftKings Sportsbook. The rest of the top online sportsbooks may add odds throughout the day.
- Arkansas -120
- Tennessee -110
Arkansas has won the first two games of the series, including a 6-3 victory on Saturday in which Tennessee was 0-for-8 with runners in scoring position. Sunday’s game will begin at 3 p.m. ET and can be streamed on SEC Network+.
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Tennessee vs. Arkansas Preview
Although the Volunteers (23-12, 5-9 SEC) won via run-rule in back-to-back games leading into this weekend and outscored their opponents 28-4 in the process, the team is just 2-4 in its last two SEC series.
Things don’t get any easier with a three-game away series against the Razorbacks (28-7, 10-4 SEC) who find themselves ranked as the No. 5 team in the country. After starting the season with the second-shortest odds to win the 2023 College World Series, Tennessee has seen its odds fall as far as sixth-shortest on FanDuel Sportsbook. One of the teams that have moved ahead of the Vols in FanDuel’s odds? Arkansas.
If Tennessee is going to avoid being swept in Fayetteville, the team will have to turn around how it has performed on the road. Although the Vols are going into this series with a 23-10 record, they are just 1-6 in road games. Arkansas, on the other hand, is 21-2 at home.
The Vols will try to get their pitching on track, as their starting rotation was looked at as one of the strongest units in the country heading into the 2023 season. Chase Dollander has given up at least three earned runs in three of his four starts in SEC play this season. Chase Burns has surrendered five earned runs in all four of his SEC starts this year, including letting up seven in the last series against Florida.
Tennessee vs. Arkansas Series Schedule
Game 1: Arkansas 5, Tennessee 2
Game 2: Arkansas 6, Tennessee 3
Game 3: Tennessee at Arkansas | April 16 at 3 p.m. ET (SEC Network+)