..

Texas A&M vs. Clemson Betting Preview Week 2

Written by:
Ean Lamb
Published on:
Sep/06/2019

The Texas A&M vs. Clemson line was coming in at Tigers -17.

*Free trial test drive
*Text or message 24/7
*Mobile friendly
*Live in-play betting
*Bitcoin, gift cards, credit cards accepted
*Fastest, sharpest lines in the industry
*No minimum number of players
*Unique betting options available
*Two software platforms available for use
Click here to visit PremierPerHead

Clemson has won 19 consecutive regular-season, nonconference games dating to the 2014 season opener. The Tigers are 7-0 ATS in their last 7 games after scoring more than 40 points in their previous game.

Against The Spread though, the Aggies are 10-1 in their last 11 non-conference games.

ABOUT TEXAS A&M (1-0): The Aggies showed off a potentially explosive — and balanced — offense last week, as Kellen Mond passed for 194 yards with three touchdowns and one interception and both Isaiah Spiller and Jashaun Corbin went over 100 yards rushing. Fisher hopes to establish the run in order to prevent Clemson’s talented defensive line from “pinning back their ears” and wreaking havoc in the pass rush. The Aggies held Texas State to 219 total yards and recorded four interceptions, but they aren’t likely to get such gifts from star Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence.

ABOUT CLEMSON (1-0): The Tigers racked up 632 yards of total offense against Georgia Tech despite a subpar game from Lawrence, who was 13-of-23 for 168 yards with one touchdown and two interceptions. Travis Etienne rolled up 205 yards on just 12 carries and scored three touchdowns, and he figures to be the primary focus for the Aggies’ defense. Clemson’s defense was typically outstanding, albeit against an overmatched Yellow Jackets offense, allowing just 294 total yards and forcing four turnovers that led to three touchdowns.

- Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com

Football News News

If the NFL Playoffs Began Today: Current Odds

If the NFL Playoffs Began Today: Current Odds

The final week of byes in the NFL, and once Week 14 is behind us, everyone will have played 13 games. That leaves just four games remaining. While the playoff picture is not settled, it is beginning to take some shape.

Syndicate