Clemson Tigers versus Wake Forest Demon Deacons College Football Betting Preview

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We move into Week 11 of the NCAA college football season and scheduled for Thursday Night November 6th is a single game from the ACC conference as the Wake Forest Demon Deacons will welcome the Clemson Tigers. The Tigers and Demon Deacons get things going from Wake Forest at 7:30PM Eastern Time and ESPN will provide the coast to coast broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the road team Clemson Tigers the -22 point wagering favorite with a total set at 43 points.

Wake Forest is going through yet another miserable season as the club enters play with a record of 2-6 on the year. Despite the poor record they have covered the spread in four of their eight games. The team has been to just one bowl game over the past five seasons and it looks to be six seasons as with one more loss the Demon Deacons would be eliminated from bowl consideration. The major issue with the 2014 club is on the offensive side of the football. They rank poorly in all major categories and have the 125th ranked scoring offense as the team averages a minuscule 14.8 points a game. The Demon Deacons have trouble moving the football as they average just 213 yards a game ranking 128th in the country. The quarterback is freshman John Wolford who has endured growing pains as he has thrown for seven touchdowns and 13 interceptions on the season. The two victories of the season for Wake Forest have come at home to Army and Gardner Webb. Clemson is 6-2 and has had to replace major playmakers from the 2013 team. The offensive numbers have not been what they were in 2013 but the defense has improved. Clemson is the number two defense in all of college football by allowing 268 yards per game. Opponents only put up 18 points on the Tigers defense this year ranking 10th best in the nation for Clemson. Deshaun Watson a freshman is under center for the team and is completing 67% of his passes with 12 touchdowns and 2 picks.

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