|2011 ESPN College Football Week 13 Odds: Clemson vs. South Carolina|
|Written by Drew Sharper|
|Thursday, 24 November 2011 08:30|
Clemson vs. South Carolina Odds
Both teams come into this game at 9-2 on the season. Clemson is 7-4 against the spread while South Carolina is 5-6 ATS. The Tigers have hit the over 6 times while the Gaemcocks have hit the under 6 times. South Carolina has won the last two games in this series.
Trends show that Clemson is 1-4 against the spread in their last 5 meetings with South Carolina but 11-2 ATS in their last 13 games as a road underdog. South Carolina is just 1-4 ATS in their last 5 games following a win.
Oddsmakers have South Carolina as a slight favorite at home, with the Gamecocks getting odds of -4 points at home against Clemson. The over/under odds have been set at 50 points. (View Matchup)
South Carolina is 5-1 at home this season and coming off a 41-20 win at home against The Citadel. The Gamecocks are scoring 29.7 points per game on offense despite dealing with some injuries issues. Defensively, South Carolina is holding opponents to just 19.4 points per game. The team is currently being led by quarterback Connor Shaw, who has thrown for 1,008 yards and nine touchdowns in limited action.
Clemson is 2-2 on the road this season and the Tigers have lost two of their last three games following a 37-13 loss to North Carolina State. Clemson is scoring 35.1 points per game this season on offense thanks to a passing game that ranks 12th nationally at 307.2 yards per game. Tajh Boyd has thrown for 3,255 yards and 27 touchdowns to lead the Tigers. Defensively, Clemson is giving up 26.9 points per game.
In terms of Injuries, Clemson stud receiver Sammy Watkins is probable to play despite a shoulder injury while tackle Phillip Price is questionable with a knee injury. South Carolina running back Jacob Baker is questionable with a knee injury.
Currently over 1,000 Public Bets have been placed on this game and South Carolina is getting 51% of the wagers with odds of -4 points against Clemson.