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Clemson vs South Carolina Odds: ACC vs SEC - Football Picks

Written by John Bower   
Saturday, 26 November 2011 13:38
Clemson vs South Carolina Odds and College Football Picks for the ACC vs SEC Battle

An ACC vs SEC conference battle will take place on Saturday evening between two teams that have gone 9-2 on the season when the #17 Clemson Tigers look to rebound from a loss last week vs NC State when they meet the #12 South Carolina Gamecocks at 7:45pm EST. Clemson vs South Carolina odds in Vegas and at online sportsbooks have listed the Gamecocks as 3.5-point home favorites in college football picks for week 13 vs the Tigers while the over/under betting total has been listed at 49 for the game that can be live on ESPN or online at ESPN3 from Williams-Brice Stadium in Columbia. Bookmakers also favor South Carolina -170 on the money line while Clemson would return +150 on a $100 wager for the road upset.

The Clemson Tigers heading into Saturday night's match-up having a two loss season and also going 6-2 in the ACC conference. The Tigers had won eight straight games but fell on the road to Georgia Tech 17-31 on October 29th before having another road loss to North Carolina State last week. Clemson simply couldn't get any momentum going scoring only one touchdown in the 13-37 loss. Bookmakers had actually listed the Tigers as 6.5-point road favorites in college football picks but the squad lost outright to fall to 7-4 ATS on the season. Sophomore QB Tajh Boyd threw 21/34 for 238-yards but failed to find the end-zone and also had 2-interceptions with a fumble in the loss while the RB tandem of Junior Andre Ellington Freshman D.J.Howard combined for only 41-yards on 10-carries with no touchdowns. Although the Tigers have offensive woes to deal with in today's ACC vs SEC match-up, betting trends for Clemson vs South Carolina odds have Dabo Sunney's squad 6-2 when playing at William-Brice Stadium.

The South Carolina Gamecocks have also lost two games this year falling to Auburn and Arkansas but have a two game winning streak heading into tonight's game after defeating Florida and the Citadel last week. Head coach Steve Spurrier's team easily handled the Bulldogs last Saturday in a 41-20 win but couldn't cover the spread as 39-point favorites in college football picks to go 5-6 ATS on the season. Sophomore QB Conner Shaw threw 16/18 for 217-yards with three TD's and 1-interception in the win vs the Citadel while Freshman RB Brandon Wilds had 109-yards on 20-carries adding two more touchdowns. The defense has played up to their potential lately holding the Bulldogs to only 249-total yards last week and will need to have a similar performance if they are to pull off the win at home as 3.5-point favorites in today's ACC vs SEC battle. Heading into Clemson vs South Carolina odds, the Gamecocks have gone 5-1 this season when playing at home while the total has gone UNDER in six of their last nine games.

College Football Picks - Week 13: UNDER 49

Clemson Tigers (9-2 SU, 7-4 ATS) at South Carolina Gamecocks (9-2 SU, 5-6 ATS)
Saturday, November 26th, 2011 | 7:45PM EST | Williams-Brice Stadium
College Football Odds: Gamecocks -3.5 | Tigers +3.5
Money Line: South Carolina -170 | Clemson +150
Over/Under Total: 49

Last Updated on Saturday, 26 November 2011 13:47

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