New HC Dabo Swinney’s had about the same amount of luck as former HC Tommy Bowden against the college football wagering odds in his first game dropping a 21-17 decision to Georgia Tech at home. Boston College is coming off of a NCAA football betting loss themselves, a 45-24 whipping at the hands of North Carolina.
Redshirt freshman QB Willy Korn started (3-4 SU, 0-5 ATS) Clemson’s last game against Georgia Tech, but an early injury brought in Cullen Harper who went 15-25 for 170 yards and two touchdowns but threw two costly interceptions in the loss.
Harper has struggled all year, much to the chagrin of NCAA gamblers, throwing for 1291 yards and six touchdowns to go along with eight interceptions in his seven games.
With those numbers, it is no surprise that not only are the Tigers winless according to the NCAA line this season, but also have played all five of their games against FBS opponents under the ‘total’ per the closing NCAA football line. (5-2 SU, 3-3 ATS) Boston College QB Chris Crane giveth and taketh away.
Crane has shown that he is no Matt Ryan with only seven passing touchdowns compared to an ACC high 12 interceptions this season. Last week against North Carolina, Crane threw for 204 yards and a pair of touchdowns but also tossed three interceptions in the losing effort.
Despite Crane’s subpar performance, he is still orchestrating the ACC’s 4th best offense that’s averaging 29 PPG. Their offense has been responsible for college football bettors cashing their last four tickets on Boston College games to go over the ‘total’. Heading into this game, the Eagles are 1-5 ATS according to the closing NCAA football line in their last six ACC games.
The NCAA betting odds find the Eagles as five-point home favorites in this ACC affair. With a little over a month left in college football’s regular season, now is the time to open a sports betting account and the best place to do that is Sports-Gambling Sportsbook.
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