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Clemson, USC, Georgia Favorites to Win Week 4

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Sep/20/2017

With every top 10 team in the country pegged as double-digit favorites, this week of college football could be a bit drab. 

With that in mind, BetDSI.eu has peered into the future and opened betting lines for some of the marquee matchups for next week.

On the board is USC at Washington State, which will be the Trojans toughest test to date, Clemson at Virginia Tech and Georgia at Tennessee.

College Football Week 5 Look-Ahead Lines

USC (-7) at Washington State

Clemson (-8) at Virginia Tech

Georgia (-4.5) at Tennessee

Of these six teams, every one but Georgia is a double-digit favorite in its respective matchup this weekend. You can find current odds here.

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