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Line movements for ACC, SEC, Mountain West, AAC conference championship games

We take a look at where the point spread and totals have gone for some of today’s biggest conference title games.

Florida Gators quarterbacks Kyle Trask throws the ball for a first down in the first half in the game against the LSU Tigers at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium in Gainesville, Fla. Dec. 12, 2020. Brad McClenny-USA TODAY Sports

Trying to predict where the line will go throughout the week as we get closer to kickoff in college football is about as difficult as it gets this season with last-second injury reports filled with COVID issues. As we get ready for the afternoon and night games on Championship Saturday, here’s a look at where things stood earlier in the week when the opening lines came out compared to where the sit right now on DraftKings Sportsbook.

Clemson Tigers vs. Notre Dame Fighting Irish

In the ACC Championship Game, the point spread went from one key number to the next. Clemson went from -7 when the lines came out and went up to -10.5 as we get closer to kickoff. The point total opened up at 62.5 points, and it currently rests at 60.5.

Boise State Broncos vs. San Jose State Spartans

Boise State opened up at -8 in the Mountain West Championship, and San Jose State bettors dropped the spread down to under a touchdown at -6.5 where it’s currently at. The over/under increased by a field goal, starting at 54.5 and is currently at 57.5 closer to game time.

Alabama Crimson Tide vs. Florida Gators

The point spread for the SEC title game has bounced around throughout the week, but it landed in a similar spot to where it started. Alabama opened up as 14-point favorites, went all the way to 17.5, and now it’s 15.5 closer to kickoff. It’s strange to see this in the SEC Championship, but the total opened all the way up to 72 points and went even higher, now at 74.5.

Tulsa Golden Hurricane vs. Cincinnati Bearcats

In the AAC Championship, Cincinnati opened up as a 12.5-point favorite. Closer to kickoff, the Bearcats are favored by 13.5 points. The lowest total for any of these title games started at 46.5 and dropped down to 44.5 for Saturday night’s game.

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