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College Football Gambling - Clemson at Georgia Tech

College football gambling features an ACC matchup of two teams expected to contend for conference championship success against the NCAA football odds.

College football gambling on both Clemson and Georgia Tech offers plenty of opportunity but also pitfalls against the NCAA football odds as this matchup looks even. Clemson is coming off a 37-14 home win and cover in their college football gambling opener against Middle Tennessee State while Georgia Tech scored a 37-17 home win over Jackson State in a game that was not on the NCAA football odds board.

Clemson enters the 2009 college football gambling season with 7 returning starters on offense and 8 on defense. Defense is expected to be the college football gambling strength of the Tigers.

Another college football gambling strength of the Tigers is special teams and return man CJ Spiller, who ran back the opening kickoff of the season last week 96 yards for a touchdown.  Spiller had a TD kickoff return last college football gambling season as he averaged 27.5 yards per return.

Jacoby Ford ran back a punt last week 61 yards for a TD and also caught a 61 yard touchdown pass in the win.  While the Clemson run defense was impressive in the college football gambling opener the pass defense allowed 207 yards but did pick off 3 passes.

Clemson went “old school” last week and rushed for 202 yards.  Georgia Tech looks loaded for second year coach Paul Johnson, who brought a level of stability and consistency to the Yellow Jackets in the 2008 college football gambling season.

Tech returns 10 starters on offense and 8 on defense.  Last week Tech ran for a staggering 335 yards on 50 attempts while throwing just 12 passes.  Tech will be one of the top rushing teams in all of college football gambling this year and that will only serve to help their defense.

Jonathan Dwyer, who had 1419 yards and 12 touchdowns last college football gambling season picked up where he left off last week with 95 yards on just 7 carries with 2 touchdowns.  Tech covered 4 out of their 5 home games last year while Clemson was just 2-4 against the NCAA football odds in 2008 when coming off a straight up win.

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