Auburn opens as slight road favorite against South Carolina

Auburn opened as a slight road favorite for next weekend’s game at South Carolina.

The Tigers, coming off a narrow escape against an upset-minded Arkansas, opened as three-point favorites against the Gamecocks, according to VegasInsider.com. The line quickly shifted to Auburn -2.5.

Auburn (2-1) will travel to Columbia, S.C., to take on South Carolina (1-2) on Saturday for an 11 a.m. CT kick. The game will be broadcast on ESPN.

Auburn is coming off its close win against Arkansas, while South Carolina is coming off its first win of the season, a 41-7 walloping of Vanderbilt.

This weekend’s meeting will mark the first between the programs since 2014, as well as the first for Auburn against former defensive coordinator Will Muschamp, who spent the 2015 season on the Plains before leaving for the head coaching position at South Carolina.

Auburn leads the all-time series with South Carolina, 10-1-1, and has

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Early line has Auburn as small favorite against South Carolina

I think Vegas is starting to catch up on this Auburn team.



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After a two-point victory for the Tigers in which they were 14-point favorites  against the Razorbacks, early lines from Sin City have Gus Malzahn’s team as just three-point favorites as they travel to Columbia, SC to take on the South Carolina Gamecocks.

Will Muschamp’s team got its first victory of the season on Saturday in a 41-7 win at Vanderbilt. Gamecocks running back Kevin Harris was the star for the game, rushing for 171 yards and two touchdowns on 21 carries.

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Here are early lines for the other SEC action on Saturday:

Georgia at Alabama (-5)

Kentucky at Tennessee (-7)

Ole Miss (-2) at Arkansas

Texas A&M (-7) at Mississippi State

LSU at Florida (-13.5)

Vanderbilt at Missouri (-16)

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John Waters’s Favorite American Road Trip Is Predictably Surprising

ROADSIDE ATTRACTION Birdwatching at Beluga Point on the Seward Highway, near Indian, Alaska, in 2015.



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John Waters

Filmmaker, actor and writer. His recent book, ‘Mr. Know-It-All: The Tarnished Wisdom of a Filth Elder’ (Picador), is out in paperback.

Visiting the Tina Turner museum in Brownsville, Tenn., which I had no idea was there. I was going to Dollywood and Graceland, and it’s in-between. It’s kind of pitiful and in a little industrial park, not real grand, I promise you. It has her one-room schoolhouse from Nutbush, Tenn., which is nearby, a couple of her old costumes and no mention of Ike Turner at all. The two lovely women working there reminded me of people in the Liberace Museum, kind of like cult-member loyalists. They were so happy someone came in.

Rodney Scott

James Beard Award-winning chef and

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‘Barefoot Contessa’ Ina Garten’s Favorite Places to Wine and Dine in Paris

Barefoot Contessa star Ina Garten made a name for herself in the food world thanks to her Hamptons-inspired recipes and “easy entertaining” style. But, Garten also loves to travel and enjoy food from different countries and cultures. One of her favorite places abroad is Paris. Not only does Garten have an apartment in the City of Lights, she also has favorite places to wine and dine.

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Ina Garten’s dream was to have an apartment in Paris

Barefoot Contessa fans know that Garten’s Instagram feed is dominated with posts about food and entertaining. However, she sometimes shares pics of her family – especially her husband, Jeffrey.

When Ina and Jeffrey celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary in 2018, she posted some throwback pics of the couple. She also shared the story of how Jeffrey made

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