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Updated November 29, 2013
On Saturday, November 30, 2013 the Clemson Tigers take on the South Carolina Gamecocks at Williams-Brice Stadium in Columbia, South Carolina at 7:30 PM ET. This game features one of the best teams in the ACC and one of the best in the SEC. Clemson is 10-1 overall (7-1 ACC) and South Carolina is 9-2 overall (6-2 SEC) this season. We are going to back the host Gamecocks over the Tigers on Saturday evening in South Carolina.
South Carolina Gamecocks: Rolling against Clemson
South Carolina has won four straight games against their in-state rivals the Tigers, which is why Gamecocks fans are so excited for this game on Saturday. Not that they need added motivation to win this game, but a winning streak against in-state rivals adds quite a bit of intrigue doesn’t it? South Carolina sits in the number 10 spot on the Top 25 rankings and will look to climb the ladder this weekend when they take on the Tigers from Clemson.
Clemson Tigers: Trying to snap the losing streak
Clemson has not won a game against South Carolina since 2008, a 31-14 victory in which current head coach Dabo Swinney held the interim tag. His players carried him off the field while the fans chanted his name. The only other time Clemson lost four straight in this rivalry was from 1951-1954. The Tigers have never lost five straight games in this series and they don’t want that to happen for the first time on Saturday evening against the Gamecocks.
When it comes to betting on football, there is nothing more exciting than doing so on a college game, especially when two South Carolina rivals collide. The Clemson Tigers and the South Carolina Gamecocks meet Saturday as we find the line at TopBet.eu. We are going to back the Gamecocks with the line of -4.5 (-110) by betting 10 percent of our bankroll on South Carolina to win the game.
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