Clemson opened as a 19.5 point favorite over Miami, and as of late Sunday night, the line had remained unchanged.
The Tigers are coming off a 31-16 bounce back win over Louisville that locked up the Atlantic Division outright. The Tigers already know their opponent for the ACC Championship Game, as North Carolina has already locked up the Coastal.
The Hurricanes are in the midst of a very disappointing season and currently sit at 5-5 overall and 3-3 in ACC play. Not quite what the fan base was expecting in Mario Cristobal’s first season and with Tyler Van Dyke returning at QB.
Honestly, the 19.5 point spread probably says more about how Vegas views Miami than it does Clemson.
The two teams will face off on Saturday at 3:30 pm, with ESPN televising the game.
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