Multiple streaks are on the line, not to mention the state championship and a lot of pride, as Clemson football hosts the South Carolina Gamecocks Saturday at noon on Frank Howard Field in Memorial Stadium on the Clemson campus.
The 10-1 Tigers look to stay alive in the College Football Playoff race while keeping their home winning streak alive, while the Gamecocks look to break a seven-game losing streak to their in-state nemesis.
Both teams are coming off impressive wins, Clemson smothered Miami 40-10 last week, while South Carolina crushed Tennessee 63-38.
Earlier in the week, Casey Cregan provided a mountain of information on the Gamecocks for your perusal, while I gave you a hint on where to place your bet, assuming you are so inclined and it’s legal in your location.
Both teams are 6-5 against the spread on the season, the Tigers are 3-3 against the spread at home and the Gamecocks are 2-2 against the spread on the road.
Here is the game information and how to watch, including a streaming option.
Game Information: Clemson Tigers vs. South Carolina Gamecocks
Date/Time: Saturday, November 26 at 12:00 p.m. ET
Where: Memorial Stadium, Clemson, SC
Spread: Clemson -14.5
Money Line: Clemson -600, Miami +430
Announcers: Sean McDonough (play-by-play), Todd Blackledge (analyst), and Molly McGrath (sideline) will call the television broadcast.
Streaming: FuboTV (try it free)
Don Munson, Tim Bourret, and Reggie Merriweather will present the game on the radio via the Clemson Athletic Network.
Clemson football looks to extend multiple streaks against South Carolina
The Tigers own the nation’s longest home winning streak at 39 and they own a seven game winning streak against the Gamecocks, both of which South Carolina would love to end.
Clemson, of course, has the ACC Championship Game against North Carolina on tap next week, while the Gamecocks will be awaiting their bowl destination after this one.
Winning this game is the third of five goals Dabo sets for his team in the preseason:
Win the opener, win the division, win the state championship, win the ACC Championship and win the closer.
The Tigers have accomplished the first two and look to close on number 3, Saturday at noon in Death Valley.