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College football lines are up

College football betting is reserved for futures wagering at most online sportsbooks, but one has a full slate of Week 1 NCAA games posted already.

While some books posted lines on select games in recent weeks, BetOnline was the first to post college football odds on every game in Week 1 of the 2013 season.

The matchups include a 42-point spread favoring Texas against New Mexico State and a 31-point spread as Miami hosts Florida Atlantic. The biggest underdog so far is UMass (+45) at Wisconsin.

USC is a huge 23-point road favorite at Hawaii. Alabama is the next biggest road favorite (-17.5) at Virginia Tech.

Check out the full list of Week 1 college football odds at BetOnline and check out bonus specials that can mean as much as $900 in free cash.

Thursday, Aug. 29

Tulsa -3 at Bowling Green 

Utah State at Utah -4.5

Rutgers at Fresno St -8.5

Akron at Central Florida -28

North Carolina at South Carolina -9.5

UNLV at Minnesota -17

Mississippi at Vanderbilt -2.5

USC -23 at Hawaii

Friday, Aug. 30

Florida Atlantic at Miami, Fla. -31

Western Michiga at Michigan State -24

Texas Tech -2 at SMU

Saturday, Aug. 31

Washington State at Auburn -14

Louisiana-Lafayette at Arkansas -14

Northwestern -6 at California

Nevada at UCLA -13

Toledo at Florida -21.5

Kentucky -3 at Western Kentucky

FIU at Maryland -14.5

Central Michigan at Michigan -26

Louisiana Tech at North Carolina State -10.5

Texas-San Antonio at New Mexico -6

Penn State -4 at Syracuse 

Buffalo at Ohio State -33

Mississippi State at Oklahoma State -8

Louisiana Monroe at Oklahoma -23

Rice at Texas A&M -28

Idaho at North Texas -17

New Mexico State at Texas -42

BYU -4 at Virginia 

Boise State at Washington -3

Massachusetts at Wisconsin -45

Miami (OH) at Marshall -10.5

Purdue at Cincinnati -14

Northern Illinois at Iowa -6.5

Texas State at Southern Miss -11

UAB at Troy -6

Temple at Notre Dame -27

Alabama -17.5 vs. Virginia Tech

Wyoming at Nebraska -21.5

Georgia at Clemson -1

LSU -5.5 vs. TCU

Sunday, Sept. 1

Ohio at Louisville -16

Colorado -2.5 vs. Colorado State

Monday, Sept. 2

Florida State -7 at Pittsburgh