College football betting odds: SEC Week 2 games (offshore odds)

Week 1 may still be a work in progress for the SEC with games for Texas A&M and Tennessee still yet to be played, but the offshore sports books don’t have time to wait.

Opening lines for Week 2 SEC action began to trickle in on Sunday afternoon, with five early lines posted on week during which seven of the league’s teams take on a FCS opponent.

Georgia’s starting QB Jacob Eason was injured during the first half of season-opening win against Appalachian State on Saturday, which is likely the cause for a late release on the upcoming Notre Dame-Georgia showdown at South Bend on Saturday. It joins the seven SEC vs. FCS games as being off the board in the early going.

For the games we do know about, South Carolina is a 4.5-point road favorite over Missouri in the first SEC conference game of the season.

Following a major win against Florida State, Alabama finds itself a massive 43.5-point favorite over Fresno State at Bryant-Denny Stadium.

In what is perhaps the showdown of the week for the conference, Arkansas is a slight favorite over Big 12 power TCU with a 1.5-point line for Saturday afternoon’s game in Fayetteville.

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College Football Betting Odds: Week 2 SEC lines

*Note: this lines were taken from on Sunday, Sept. 3.

9/9 – 12:00 PM E. Kentucky Kentucky OFF
9/9 – 12:00 PM UT Martin Ole Miss OFF
9/9 – 3:30 PM Fresno St. Alabama Alabama -43.5
9/9 – 3:30 PM TCU Arkansas Arkansas -1.5
9/9 – 4:00 PM Indiana St. Tennessee OFF
9/9 – 4:00 PM Alabama A&M Vanderbilt OFF
9/9 – 7:00 PM Auburn Clemson Clemson -6.5
9/9 – 7:00 PM South Carolina Missouri South Carolina -4.5
9/9 – 7:00 PM Nicholls St. Texas A&M OFF
9/9 – 7:30 PM Chattanooga LSU OFF
9/9 – 7:30 PM Georgia Notre Dame OFF
9/9 – 7:30 PM N. Colorado Florida OFF
9/9 – 7:30 PM Miss. St. La. Tech Miss. St. -6

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