Nov 21, 2020
Florida State vs. Clemson live stream: Odds, TV info, prediction
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Trevor Lawrence is back and his Clemson squad is looking for an easy victory over Florida State. Here’s how to watch and how to bet on the game.
The Clemson Tigers suffered a tough overtime loss to Notre Dame two weeks ago. However, that came without Trevor Lawrence and the Tigers are still ranked No.4 in the nation.
The Heisman hopeful is now back after a bout with COVID-19 and takes his team to Florida State in a lopsided ACC battle. The Seminoles are 2-6 on the season and are being outscored by an average of over 14 points per game.How to watch and bet on Clemson vs. Florida State
Date: Saturday, Nov. 21
Time: 12 p.m. ET
Location: Tallahassee, FL
Venue: Doak Campbell Stadium
Betting Odds: Clemson-35.5, O/U: 64
TV Info: ABC
Live Stream: WatchESPN
This is a giant point spread and one that is warranted based on how bad Florida State has been all season. Clemson should be motivated with Lawrence back and may want to beef up his stats after a few missed games. The Tigers already have a 73-7 victory over Georgia Tech this season. Expect another demolition in this one and take Clemson.
Clemson should also get close to the point total on their own. The team is already averaging 45 points per game this season and should easily eclipse that in this one. A few late scores from Florida State can push this one into the over territory. It is just too hard to consider the under with a healthy Lawrence guiding the offense.Next: 50 greatest college football players this century
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Mayakoba Golf Classic odds: Justin Thomas or Brooks Koepka the favorite?
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The PGA Tour year concludes at this week's Mayakoba Golf Classic, with a stellar field that includes Justin Thomas, Brooks Koepka and defending champion Brendon Todd.© Provided by Golf Channel
Here's a look at the odds, as of Monday morning, courtesy PointsBet Sportsbook:
6/1: Justin Thomas
10/1: Brooks Koepka
14/1: Harris English
18/1: Tony Finau, Daniel Berger, Abraham Ancer, Viktor Hovland
22/1: Russell Henley
25/1: Rickie Fowler
28/1: Will Zalatoris
30/1: Corey Conners
33/1: Joaquin Niemann
40/1: Marc Leishman, Billy Horschel, Carlos Ortiz
50/1: Gary Woodland, Brendon Todd, Sebastian Munoz