Sports Illustrated 'All-In' with their CU-Auburn picks


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Cain should be a huge factor against Auburn
Cain should be a huge factor against Auburn

The long awaited primetime matchup between No. 3 Clemson and No. 13 Auburn in Death Valley is just around the corner on Saturday night.

Despite Clemson currently only being a five point favorite in Vegas, Sports Illustrated is 'All-In' with the ACC Tigers as all seven of their writers picked Clemson over Auburn.

"Auburn quarterback Jarrett Stidham gets tailback Kamryn Pettway and receiver Kyle Davis back, but they still must deal with Christian Wilkins and Dexter Lawrence along the defensive line," SI.com's Andy Staples said. "Meanwhile, the Clemson offense seems to be plenty loaded without Deshaun Watson."

Big-time players make plays to win tough games so we will see what unfolds in front of a nationally-televised audience on Saturday night.

Tags: Deshaun Watson, Christian Wilkins, Dexter Lawrence
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