Vegas odds for Clemson-South Carolina

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Scott showed off his speed against the Gamecocks last season

Vegas has an opening line of 15.5 points for Clemson as a favorite for their upcoming rivalry game with South Carolina on Saturday, November 28, 12 PM at Williams-Brice Stadium.

The Tigers are 11-0 for the third time (1948 and 1981) in school history, and Clemson's 33-13 home win over Wake Forest was the 700th win in the school's history.

Clemson was ranked #1 in the AP and Coaches Poll released on Sunday afternoon.

South Carolina is 3-8 on the season and dead last in the SEC East with a 1-7 conference record (win over Vandy). The Gamecocks are 0-3 vs. the Top 25 this season and their head coach Steve Spurrier abruptly resigned in the middle of the season.

The Gamecocks had a humiliating 23-22 loss to the Citadel on Saturday afternoon, and it was the first win for Citadel over an FBS team in twenty-three years when they beat Army 15-14 in 1992.

The Gamecocks are 3-8 on the season and will miss out on postseason play.

The Tigers defeated the Gamecocks 35-17 last season in Death Valley.

Other college football lines include Louisville as a four-point favorite over Kentucky, Michigan as a three-point favorite over Ohio State, Virginia Tech as a 3.5-point favorite against Virginia, North Carolina as a six-point favorite over North Carolina State, Georgia as a 4.5 point favorite over Georgia Tech and Oklahoma as a 3.5 point favorite over Oklahoma State.

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