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See The Early Betting Lines For Handful Of Tennessee Football’s 2024 Matchups

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Tennessee football is looking to make the expanded 12-team College Football Playoff next season in head coach Josh Heupel’s fourth season as the Vols’ head coach.

What does Tennessee need to do that? It’s hard to say for sure but going 10-2 in the regular season seems like the base line for what the Vols must do to make it into the 12-team College Football Playoff.s

The good news for Tennessee is that they have an easier schedule than they normally do. The Vols have a challenging neutral site non conference matchup against North Carolina State, but in SEC play Tennessee faces only two teams in the top half of the conference and face Arkansas, Mississippi State and Vanderbilt— perhaps the three worst teams in the conference.

Draft Kings Sportsbook released betting early odds for five Tennessee football games this fall this week. The sportsbook released the lines for four SEC games and the neutral site matchup against North Carolina State.

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According to Draft Kings, Tennessee opened as 5.5-point favorites in its week two matchup against North Carolina State in Charlotte.

The Wolfpack project as a top 25 team entering the season and the Sept. 7 game marks the first real challenge of the Vols’ season.

Tennessee opened as five-point underdogs in its SEC opener at Oklahoma on Sept. 21. Josh Heupel’s return to Oklahoma marks Tennessee quarterback Nico Iamaleava’s first road start of his college career.

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The Vols open up a four-game home stretch on Oct. 12 against Florida at Neyland Stadium. Tennessee opened as 11-point favorites in the rivalry matchup that’s extremely important for both Heupel and Billy Napier’s program.

One week later, Tennessee hosts Alabama on the Third Saturday in October. The Vols opened as two-point underdogs against Kalen DeBoer’s first Alabama team.

By far the hardest game on Tennessee’s schedule comes on Nov. 16 when they travel to Athens to face Georgia on Nov. 16. The Vols are currently 17.5-point underdogs against Georgia.

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