Notre Dame Fighting Irish vs. Clemson Tigers Pick Prediction NCAA College Football Point Spread Betting Odds Preview 10-3-2015

| September 27, 2015

The Notre Dame Fighting Irish will travel to face the Clemson Tigers in an NCAA college football game slated for Saturday October 3rd.

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Start Time: 8PM ET

Location: Clemson


Point Spread Odds: Clemson -2

Notes: Notre Dame is a perfect 4-0 on the year with the 62-27 home victory last week to the Massachusetts Minutemen as a -28 ½ point wagering favorite. The total went over 61 ½ points. The Fighting Irish has a seven point road win at Virginia in week two. They have home wins to Georgia Tech and Texas. Notre Dame is defending very well on the campaign by allowing 17.3 points a game ranking 29th best in the nation.

Clemson will be coming off a bye week. They are 3-0 with the 20-17 road victory in week three to the Louisville Cardinals as a -5 point wagering favorite with the total going under 54 points. The Tigers have defended well by allowing 12.3 points per game ranking 11th in college football. Opponents gain just 261 yards per game on the Clemson defense which is 12th best in the nation.

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