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Syracuse Stuns Clemson, Sports Betting World

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Oct/13/2017

The Clemson Tigers were expected to be among one of the four teams heading to the College Football Playoffs.  That could change with a shock upset by Syracuse Friday night heading into the core of Week 7 College Football.

Clemson did go on to lose to Pittsburgh as a double-digit favorite last year and still won the College Football Championship.  Odds are likely to get longer nonetheless.

Eric Dungey totaled 339 yards and three touchdowns as Syracuse handed No. 2 Clemson its first loss since last November, upsetting the defending champs 27-24 after knocking out Tigers QB Kelly Bryant.

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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