Florida St Seminoles versus Clemson Tigers College Football Betting Preview

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It’s the big one from the week eight NCAA college football Saturday card as the Florida St Seminoles will hit the road to face the Clemson Tigers on October 19th. The Seminoles and Tigers will get started from Clemson at 8PM Eastern Time with ABC TV providing the coast to coast TV 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 side Florida St Seminoles favored by –3 points with an over under line set at 64 points. Those who bet on Florida St on the money line will lay -170 odds with the return on the Clemson Tigers at +140 odds on the money line.

The teams met in 2012 and it was the Florida St Seminoles with the 49-37 home victory against Clemson as a -14 ½ point betting favorite. The Seminoles were successful moving the football as they gain 670 yards on the Clemson defense while the Tigers put up 426 yards on the Florida St defense. Florida St in 2013 has notable wins on the road at Pittsburgh and two weeks ago routed Maryland 63-0 as a -17 point betting favorite. The Seminoles are currently the number three scoring defense in college football as they give up 12 points a game. On the other side of the football the team is a dynamic offense with a top four ranking in total and scoring offense as the club puts up 549 yards on opponents and scores 53 points a game. Clemson enters this major test with a mark of 6-0. They major test prior to Florida St came in week one as the team defeats Georgia 38-35 at home as a +1 ½ point betting underdog. Clemson is ranked 13th in the nation in total offense as they gain 514 yards per game. They score nearly 41 points which is good for 17th best in the nation. Tajh Boyd a senior quarterback has the experience advantage over the rookie signal caller from Florida St. Boyd has completed 66% of his throws this season with 15 touchdowns and two picks.

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