On Saturday, Clemson headed to Charlotte to play against Virginia Cavaliers. The oddsmakers were once again in favor of Tigers; they had 28.5 points in winning; it was the team that was most likely to win across most of the sportsbooks.
This was the sixth time more than four touchdowns had favored the defending champions. In all the games this season, Clemson has been endorsed by 24 points.
Although LSU and Ohio States are seeking a place in the national discussion, Clemson has been considered favorite since last season. Their performance is string due to the fact that they have retained several players from last year’s championship squad.
North Carolina is the only team that has ever challenged Clemson all season in a 21-20 win. Despite being favorite all year, Clemson is 9-3 against the spread.
Bettors Willing to Give Points
According to Casino.org, FanDuel reported that about two-thirds of bettors gave points to Clemson, representing 68 percent of the money on the spread. At DraftKings, 70 percent were giving Clemson, which represents a 69 percent of the bets.