Clemson vs. Syracuse: Game Announcers, TV Info, Odds, Ticket Prices, More

The No. 1-ranked Clemson Tigers are set to take on the Syracuse Orange

The No. 1-ranked Clemson Tigers will be back in action this Saturday to take on ACC opponent Syracuse in a game that will have significant bearing for the Tigers when it comes to the ACC standings.

As we progress towards the end of the season, the ACC standings are becoming more noteworthy and currently, the Tigers are first with a conference record of 4-0. Right behind them is the Notre Dame Fighting Irish, who are 3-0.

While Clemson may sit atop the standings currently, there are a plethora of one-loss teams in the conference (including NC State, Miami, North Carolina and Virginia Tech) who could all become factors rather quickly if the Tigers were to be upset. That’s exactly why this game is extremely important as we move forward.

Broadcast, Start Time Odds & Ticket Information for Clemson vs. Syracuse

If you don’t have tickets for this game, there are many being sold on secondary markets. Currently, Clemson-Syracuse tickets can be purchased for as little as $55-$65 apiece and you can get tickets in the lower deck for as little as $88 with prices climbing the closer you get to the 50-yard line.

If you’re not going to be able to make it to Death Valley for whatever reason on Saturday, the ACC Network has you covered. The game will kickoff at 12 p.m. with Wes Durham (play-by-play), Roddy Jones (color) and Lericia Harris (sideline reporter) on the call. You can find the ACC Network on your local listings or on the ESPN app if your provider includes the network.

Clemson opened up this game as a 37.5-point favorite, but that number has quickly risen with the spread as high as 44.5 points heading into the matchup.

Don Munson (play-by-play), Tim Bourrett (color) and Reggie Merriweather (sideline) will have the call on the Clemson Tigers Network.