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Bubba Wallace and Christopher Bell will lead the field to the green flag in Sunday’s NASCAR Cup Series race at Michigan International Speedway (3 p.m. ET, USA Network, NBC Sports App and NBCSports.com).

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Wallace earned his first career Cup pole in Saturday afternoon’s qualifying session with a lap of 190.703 miles per hour in the final round.

Behind Wallace and Bell will be past Cup champions Kyle Busch and Joey Logano in Row 2.

Row 3 includes Austin Cindric and last week’s winner on the road course at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Tyler Reddick.

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Clemson is favored to win the ACC at SI Sportsbook and Miami is poised to challenge in coach Mario Cristobal’s first season. Despite winning 10 games, 2021 marked a down year for Clemson as the program failed to win the ACC championship for the first time since Florida State completed the three-peat in 2014. Oddsmakers expect Dabo Swinney will enjoy a bounce-back campaign and lead the Tigers to a potential 12th consecutive double-digit win season. SI Sportsbook has installed the Tigers as prohibitive -143 favorites in an ACC conference that is more wide open than the betting odds indicate.

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