Clemson Tigers vs. Boston College Eagles Pick Prediction NCAA College Football Point Spread Over Under Money Line Betting Odds Preview 10-7-2016

The Clemson Tigers are hitting the road in ACC conference action to meet the Boston College Eagles in an NCAA college football game set for Friday night.

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Start Time: 7:30PM ET

Location: Boston College


College Football Point Spread Odds: Clemson -16 ½ points

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Notes: Their meeting in 2015 resulted in a 34-17 home victory by Clemson as a -18 point favorite.

Clemson improves to 5-0 following the 42-36 home victory to the Louisville Cardinals as a +1 point underdog. The total went over 64 points. The Tigers defense prevented a Cardinals game winning touchdown as the forced the Cardinals to turn it over on downs in the final seconds deep in Clemson territory. The Tigers offense produced 507 yards with 201 running for 6.5 yards per carry. Deshaun Watson hit on 20 of 31 passes for 306 yards with five touchdowns and three picks. He rushed for 91 yards. They turned the ball over five times and forced three by the Cardinals. Clemson allowed 568 yards to the Louisville offense with 273 on the ground for five yards per rush attempt.

Boston College enters with a mark of 3-2 with the 35-3 home victory to the Buffalo Bulls as a -18 point wagering favorite. The game ended at under 40 points. The Eagles built on a 21-3 halftime lead. Their offense put up 400 yards with 142 rushing yards for 2.5 yards a carry. Patrick Towles hit on 14 of 25 passes for 234 yards and two touchdowns. Boston College brought out the clamps on defense as they held Buffalo to 67 offensive yards with 1 of 11 conversions on third down.

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