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What the Bookies are Saying: FSU vs. Clemson

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Nov/10/2017

Resident bookmaking expert Tony Caliente discusses Saturday’s Week 11 College Football betting action between the FSU vs. Clemson game.

What a disappointment Florida State has been this season.  Consider that they had the 3rd shortest odds of winning the College Football Championship game coming into this season.

This week they take on Clemson on the road and logic dictates that the Tigers should crush this Noles squad.

We have a line of Clemson -18.  The oddsmakers opened at between -17 and -18 across the board.  They’ve dropped the line to -16. 

Action is balanced so this game won’t affect the books either way unless it happens to fall on Tigers by 17.

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- Tyrone Black, Gambling911.com

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