Can I Bet on the Fanduel Sportsbook App From South Carolina?

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Mary Montgomery
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You will not be able to bet using the FanDuel sportsbook app from South Carolina, however, websites such as Jazz Sports are accessible and do take bets from those in South Carolina.  Open your anonymous betting account with just a valid email.  Up to $1000 cash signup bonus.

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Clemson - A regular feature in the last few College Football Playoff National Championship games, the Tigers make another appearance in 2020, this time against LSU.  Claimed nat'l titles: 3 (1981, 2016, 2018).

Despite their winning ways, Clemson often shows up in Championship games as an underdog.  2020 is no exception as they were listed at +5.5 vs. LSU.

From the Greenville News:

Not being a favorite seems to serve the Tigers well. Clemson has been an underdog in each of its previous three trips to the title game under coach Dabo Swinney and has won outright or covered the spread in each instance.

Swinney absolutely loves to play the “no respect” card, and the oddsmakers and pollsters have provided Clemson’s 11th-year coach with plenty of fodder. Despite being the defending national champion and despite posting a second consecutive undefeated season, Clemson was ranked No. 3 heading into the College Football Playoffs behind LSU and Ohio State.

Gamecocks - While Clemson has gotten all the limelight in recent years, the Gamecocks enjoy a loyal following that encompasses a larger chunk of South Carolina.

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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