2019 Week 1 College Football Betting Lines

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Ean Lamb
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The 2019 Week 1 college football lines for the marquee games appear below.

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Oregon vs. Auburn (-3.5, 55.5) is perhaps the most anticipated game of Week 1, or at least the most competitive based on the line.

FSU is among the most wagered on sides with nearly 86% of the action coming in on the Seminoles.  Most books have the Noles at -6.5.  A few of the more recreational shops have moved to -7. 

Georgia Tech at Clemson (-36, 60)
Texas State at Texas A&M (-33.5, 57.5)
Utah at BYU (+5, 48)
Wisconsin at South Florida (+13, 57.5)
Tulsa at Michigan State (-22.5, 47.5)
Oklahoma State at Oregon State (+14, 74)
Florida Atlantic at Ohio State (-27.5, 63.5)
South Alabama at Nebraska (-36, 64)
Duke vs. Alabama (-35, 57)
Northwestern at Stanford (-6.5, 47)
Syracuse at Liberty (+18, 66.5)
Georgia Southern at LSU (-28, 53)
MTSU at Michigan (-33.5, 53.5)
Georgia at Vanderbilt (+21, 57.5)
Virginia at Pitt (+2.5, 46)
Miami (OH) at Iowa (-21.5, 49)
Oregon vs. Auburn (-3.5, 55.5)
New Mexico State at Washington State (-32, 64.5)
Houston at Oklahoma (-24.5, 82.5)
Notre Dame at Louisville (+20.5, 57)

- Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com

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