AUBURN, AL – SEPTEMBER 2: Quarterback Jarrett Stidham #8 of the Auburn Tigers scrambles away from defensive end Raymond Johnson III #92 of the Georgia Southern Eagles during the first quarter of an NCAA college football game at Jordan Hare Stadium on Saturday, September 2, 2017 in Auburn, Alabama. (Photo by Butch Dill/Getty Images)Sports gambling is about to be legalized in a lot of places, but if you’re still looking for an excuse to head out to Las Vegas, a new set of college football spreads were released today. Each year, sportsbook South Point releases what it calls college football’s “Games of the Year.” It features spreads for tons of college football games for 2018.Covers got its hands on a copy of the games you can bet on. Here’s every contest you can wager on – three months in advance.Saturday, September 6, 2018:Georgia (-11) vs. South CarolinaStanford (-2) vs. USCIowa (-7) vs. Iowa StatePenn State (-14) vs. PittsburghSaturday, September 15, 2018:Texas Tech (-7) vs. HoustonOklahoma State (-6) vs. Boise StateAuburn (-12) vs. LSUAlabama (-20) vs. Ole MissUSC (-1) vs. TexasCentral Florida (-11) vs. UNCOhio State (-12) vs. TCUSaturday, September 22, 2018:Oregon (-3) vs. StanfordWisconsin (-5) vs. IowaTCU vs. Texas (pick’em)Auburn (-23) vs. ArkansasAlabama (-21) vs. Texas A&MSaturday, September 29, 2018:LSU (-13) vs. Ole MissTexas Tech (-3) vs. West VirginiaNotre Dame (-8) vs. StanfordOhio State (-1.5) vs. Penn StateFriday, October 5, 2018:BYU (-3) vs. Utah StateSaturday, October 6, 2018:Miami (-8) vs. Florida StateWisconsin (-17) vs. NebraskaLSU (-3.5) vs. FloridaWashington (-16) vs. UCLAOklahoma (-12) vs. TexasNavy (-5) vs. Air ForceTuesday, October 9, 2018:Appalachian State vs. Arkansas State (pick’em)Friday, October 12, 2018:Utah (-5) vs. ArizonaSaturday, October 13, 2018:Northwestern (-6) vs. NebraskaMichigan (-3) vs. WisconsinBoise State (-16) vs. NevadaWashington (-10) vs. OregonNorthern Illinois (-3) vs. OhioCentral Florida (-5) vs. MemphisSaturday, October 20, 2018:Oregon (-1) vs. Washington StateMichigan State (-1) vs. MichiganClemson (-20) vs. NC StateFlorida Atlantic (-8) vs. MarshallSaturday, October 27, 2018:Clemson (-10) vs. Florida StateGeorgia (-15) vs. FloridaOklahoma (-19) vs. Kansas StateSaturday, November 3, 2018:Clemson (-20.5) vs. LouisvilleNotre Dame (-7) vs. NorthwesternWashington (-13) vs. StanfordMichigan (-3.5) vs. Penn StateTCU (-12) vs. Kansas StateAlabama (-10) vs. LSUArmy (-8) vs. Air ForceWednesday, November 7, 2018:Toledo (-1) vs. Northern IllinoisSaturday, November 10, 2018:Georgia (-3) vs. AuburnKentucky (-1) vs. TennesseeTexas A&M (-7) vs. Ole MissIowa (-7) vs. NorthwesternOhio State (-6) vs. Michigan StateOklahoma (-11) vs. Oklahoma StatePenn State (-4.5) vs. WisconsinNotre Dame (-9) vs. Florida StateSaturday, November 17, 2018:Florida Atlantic (-7) vs. North TexasUSC (-6) vs. UCLAOregon (-9) vs. Arizona StateMiami (FL) (-3) vs. Virginia TechFresno State (-5) vs. San Diego StateThursday, November 22, 2018:Mississippi State (-7) vs. Ole MissFriday, November 23, 2018:Oklahoma (-10) vs. West VirginiaWashington (-13) vs. Washington StateIowa (-8) vs. NebraskaCentral Florida (-6.5) vs. South FloridaMemphis (-8) vs. HoustonSaturday, November 24, 2018:Alabama (-7) vs. AuburnOhio State (-9) vs. MichiganNotre Dame (-1) vs. USCFlorida State (-7) vs. FloridaGeorgia (-21) vs. Georgia TechLouisville (-9) vs. KentuckyClemson (-19) vs. South CarolinaBoise State (-17) vs. Utah StateUNLV (-3) vs. NevadaSaturday, December 3, 2018:Navy (-1) vs. ArmyYou can see each matchup on the spreadsheet below as well:College Football “Games of the Year” hot off the presses from @southpointlv pic.twitter.com/4JiF0ozBH7— Covers (@Covers) May 24, 2018College football season kicks off in just over three months.
Countess Raine Spencer, the stepmother of Diana, pictured in 2004Credit:Ian West/PA Raine Spencer, the stepmother of Diana, Princess of Wales, has died aged 87 after a short illness, her family has said.Countess Spencer died on Friday morning at her London home, her son William Legge, the Earl of Dartmouth and a Ukip MEP, confirmed.She was the daughter of Dame Barbara Cartland, the romance novelist who died aged 98 in 2000. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. Countess Spencer’s marriage to Earl Spencer, Diana’s father, was the second of three in her life for 16 years to 1992In a short statement the family said: “Raine, Countess Spencer, died peacefully at her home in London on 21st October, 2016, after a short illness.” Barbara Cartland with her daughter Countess Raine SpencerCredit:PA Raine Spencer, who has died after a short illness, with her third husband Count de ChambrunCredit:Martin Hayhow/PA Her life began in Mayfair, when she was Raine McCorquodale, with her prolific novelist mother Barbara Cartland, who schooled her very much her own way.The war years were spent outside London, at first in Montreal, before returning to England and a cottage in Bedfordshire.When the war was over, she came out in society in 1947, and in 1948 married her first husband, the Hon. Gerald Legge, the heir to the Earl of Dartmouth. Raine became a countess, upon her husband’s accession to the Earldom.In 1971, she met John Spencer, who would soon become Earl Spencer, the man whose family she owes her relative fame.Within five years, she was divorced from the Earl of Dartmouth and remarried to Spencer, moving into Althorp, where she enjoyed a period of tricky stepmothering to Diana, Charles (now Earl Spencer) and their siblings. After Johnnie died in 1992, she was married again in two years – this time to Count Jean-François Pineton de Chambrun.In 1995, having reconciled her relationship with Diana, around the time of her divorce from Prince Charles, Mohamed Al-Fayed offered her a job at Harrods.Two years ago, she remained a director of Harrods International and Harrods Estates, and told how she travelled around the world for the company.