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2017-2018 SEC, Big Ten, ACC Conf. Championship Odds

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Oct/30/2017

With November approaching, and games more meaningful than ever in the quest to reach the College Football Playoff, we can’t help but speculate as to which teams will be potentially locking up one of those coveted four spots with a conference championship victory.

BetDSI.eu has opened early odds for hypothetical conference championship matchups in the SEC, Big Ten and ACC. You can find opening odds below and current odds on the website here.

Georgia vs. Alabama (-6)

Clemson (-7) vs. Miami

Clemson (-4.5) vs. Virginia Tech

Wisconsin vs. Ohio State (-9.5)

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