Vegas Odds for Clemson-Notre Dame

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Gallman has 53 carries for 310 yards and three touchdowns this season

Clemson and Notre Dame is a pick-em matchup according to Vegas odds for Saturday's 8 p.m. contest on ESPN at Memorial Stadium.

The Tigers opened up as a two-point favorite but four minutes into public betting, the line moved to a pick-em contest.

Monday morning update: Clemson is a 2 to 2.5 point favorite against Notre Dame.

Monday afternoon update: The Vegas line has moved from Clemson -2 to Pick em.

It will be the first appearance for the Fighting Irish in Death Valley since 1977.

Notre Dame (4-0) is 3-1 against the spread while Clemson (3-0, 1-0 ACC) is 2-1 against the spread.

The team statistics compared through the first few games: Clemson 36.67 ppg, Notre Dame 41 ppg, Clemson defensive gives up 12.33 ppg, Notre Dame gives up 19.75 ppg, Clemson passing yards 254 ypg, Notre Dame 246.50 ypg, Clemson rushing yards 188 ypg, and Notre Dame rushing yards 284.75 ypg.

The individual statistics for skill players below show that there will be plenty of offensive firepower on display on Saturday night.

Notre Dame quarterback DeShone Kizer has been very capable since coming in for their starting junior quarterback Malik Zaire and his season stats are 44-65 for 541 yards with five touchdowns and two interceptions. Deshaun Watson is 58-78 for 641 yards with seven touchdowns and three interceptions.

C.J. Prosise has been a workhorse running back for Notre Dame with 74 carries for 600 yards and six touchdowns. In contrast, Clemson's Wayne Gallman has 53 carries for 310 yards and three touchdowns this season.

Notre Dame's biggest playmaker wide receiver Will Fuller has 22 receptions for 454 yards and six touchdowns. Clemson's Artavis Scott has 20 catches for 188 yards and two touchdowns this season as most of his catches have been short, intermediate routes.

Note: Notre Dame has played one more game than Clemson so the individual offensive stats will be a little skewed towards the Irish.

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