Early Lines

Early Lines

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Game week is finally here for the first game of the season.  Time to look at this week’s matchups Vegas style.

Each week TheClemsonInsider.com will take a look at the early lines for the ACC games, SEC games and other games of national interest.

A number of games do not have lines this week because of the opponents.

South Carolina -14 hosts Southern Mississippi

Wake Forest (no line) hosts Presbyterian

Clemson -23 hosts North Texas

LSU -2 vs. North Carolina (Atlanta)

Maryland +7 hosts Navy

Virginia Tech +3 vs. Boise State (Washington, DC)

Duke (no line) hosts Elon

Virginia (no line) hosts Richmond

North Carolina State (no line) hosts Western Carolina

Boston College (no line) hosts Weber State

Georgia Tech (no line) hosts South Carolina State

Florida State (no line) hosts Samford

Miami (no line) hosts Florida A&M

Georgia -28 hosts UL Lafayette

Florida -35 hosts Miami (Ohio)

Mississippi (no line) hosts Jacksonville State

Kentucky -3 vs. Louisville

TCU -13.5 hosts Oregon State

Vanderbilt -5 hosts Northwestern

Mississippi State – 21 hosts Memphis

Alabama -38.5 hosts San Jose State

Arkansas (no line) hosts Tennessee Tech

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