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College football odds, lines, schedule for Week 4: Auburn, LSU favored big as SEC opens 2020 season

The college football season cranks up into overdrive in Week 4 as the SEC opens play, joining the ACC and Big 12 as Power Five conferences rolling along in the 2020 season. No. 8 Auburn will host No. 23 Kentucky in one of three ranked-on-ranked games of the weekend, while defending national champion LSU, which enters ranked No. 6 in the AP Top 25 poll, will kick off its title defense at home against Mississippi State on the SEC on CBS.

Elsewhere, No. 24 Louisville will look to get back on track against No. 21 Pittsburgh, No. 22 Army will visit No. 14 Cincinnati and Florida State will square off against No. 12 Miami (FL) in the first big rivalry game of the season.

Let’s take a look at what the oddsmakers think will get money on both sides of the equation, with odds provided via William Hill Sportsbook. 

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Auburn to limit seating capacity for home games

The Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:

Auburn will reduce Jordan-Hare Stadium’s seating capacity to about 20% at the start of the upcoming football season.

Athletic director Allen Greene said the move will lead to ”a shortfall of tens of millions of dollars this year.” He noted that football revenue finances each of Auburn’s 21 sports teams.

Auburn says all general seating tickets for the Sept. 26 opener against Kentucky will be reserved for students. That doesn’t include controlled premium spaces or tickets designated for guests of home or visiting players and coaches.

Auburn will announce ticket allocations for other games later.

Face coverings will be required for all spectators and gameday workers with no tailgating allowed.

Stadium capacity is 87,451, which means attendance will be limited to just over 17,000 fans.

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