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Jeff Grant -

The Clemson Tigers lose a lot of talent on the offensive end, but their defense will keep things close against the Georgia Bulldogs in their season opener next month. Let’s take a closer look at the college football odds for this ACC/SEC matchup at Sanford Stadium in Athens, GA, with the opening kickoff scheduled for 5:30 p.m. ET on ESPN.

 
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Jason Lake - The vaunted Ohio State Buckeyes defense is supposed to bounce back this year after an unusually poor 2013. But the latest news from Columbus isn’t going to help OSU beat the college football lines in 2014.
 
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Jeff Grant -

The Florida State Seminoles are clear-cut favorites to repeat as national champions this year, but they’ll likely struggle to cover the number in their season opener against the Oklahoma State Cowboys. Let’s take a closer look at the college football odds for this Week 1 matchup.

 
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Jeff Grant - The South Carolina Gamecocks possess the nation’s longest home winning streak, which will lead them to a season-opening win against the Texas A&M Aggies next month. Let’s take a closer look at the college football betting odds for this Southeastern Conference showdown at Williams-Brice Stadium, with the opening kickoff scheduled for August 28 at 6:00 p.m. ET on ESPN.
 
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Steve - CollegeFootballWinning.com -

Texas A&M lost three offensive players in just the first round of the 2014 NFL draft! That sounds bad, right? As it turns out, they lost a grand total of those three players to the entire 2014 NFL draft. How might a team perform after losing QB “Johnny Football “ as the 22nd overall pick?

 

 
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Matthew Jordan - The state of Alabama has less than five million residents, but it's No. 1 in football. Auburn or Alabama has won the SEC, the nation's toughest conference, in four of the past five years. The Tide are +150 favorites in 2014 on college football odds.
 
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Matthew Jordan -

Oregon gets all the publicity in the Pac-12, but it's Stanford that is the conference's two-time champion. Sportsbooks list the Ducks as the +150 favorites to win the title this season, tied for the longest odds of an Power 5 conference favorite.

 
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Matthew Jordan - In one respect, betting on the Big 12 football champion is easier than the other major conferences because there is no conference championship game in the Big 12. Oklahoma is the clear Big 12 favorite this season at -130 on college football odds.
 
 
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