2011 ESPN College Football Odds & Spread: Florida State vs. Clemson Print
Written by Drew Sharper   
Wednesday, 21 September 2011 12:00
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Florida State vs. Clemson Odds

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CLEMSON, SC (The Spread) – No. 21 Clemson looks for a 4-0 start to the season and a 1-0 start in the ACC on Saturday at 3:30PM ET when they host No. 11 Florida State on ESPN.

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Clemson is 3-0 on the season and 2-1 against the point spread odds. The Tigers have hit the over in all three contests this season. FSU is 2-1 on the year and 1-2 against the spread. The Seminoles have hit the under in two of their three games. Clemson has won four of the last six games in this series.

Trends show that Florida State is 0-7 against the point spread odds in their last 7 games at Clemson and 1-5 ATS in their last 6 games with Clemson overall. The over has hit in 5 of the last 7 games in this series as well.

Oddsmakers have made Clemson the favorite at home in this game, with odds of -2 against Florida State. The over/under odds have been set at 50.5 points. (View Matchup)

Clemson is 3-0 on the season and coming off a 38-24 win over then-21st ranked Auburn. Clemson fell behind 14-0 in the first quarter of play but rallied to score 17 of the final 20 points in the game. Clemson had 624 yards of offense in the win with Tajh Boyd throwing for 386 yards and four touchdowns. Defensively, Clemson gave up 435 total yards to Auburn, including 237 rushing yards.

Florida State is coming off a 23-13 loss to top-ranked Oklahoma at home. The Seminoles have yet to play on the road. FSU was held to just 246 total yards in the game by the Sooners, including only 27 rushing yards. FSU ranks 100th in the nation in rushing yards per game at just over 96. Quarterback Clint Trickett threw for 134 yards and a touchdown in the game, but also had one interception as he filled in for injured starter, E.J. Manuel, who threw two interceptions before leaving the game.

In terms of Injuries, Manuel is listed as probable to play with an arm injury for FSU while Clemson receivers Joe Craig and Jaron Brown are both questionable to play with separate injuries.

Currently over 4,500 Public Bets have been placed on this game with Florida State getting 62% of the wagers with odds of +2 at Clemson on Saturday.

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