NCAA Football Point Spread Predictions and Odds For Thursday. September 22, 2016: Clemson Tigers at Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets.

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The (3-0) And number-three ranked Clemson Tigers of the Atlantic Coast Conference Atlantic Division are in the “ATL” for week four of the 2016-17 NCAA Football season. Clemson will take on the (3-0) Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets of the ACC Coastal. Game time is at 7:30 PM EST on the ESPN Network.

The teams will play at Bobby Dodd Stadium on campus in downtown Atlanta, Georgia. The game is on Thursday, September 22nd, 2016.

The Best Sports Handicapper believes the Clemson Tigers must begin to perform the way they are capable.

Clemson’s Heisman Trophy front-running quarterback is the second best at his position in the ACC Atlantic. Georgia Tech could pull off the upset, but they must play a perfect football game.

Head Coach Paul Johnson will have the “RAMBLIN WRECK” ready Thursday.

The Opening Betting Odds has the Clemson Tigers as a Ten Point Road Favorite Against The Spread. The Betting Odds total is Fifty Eight Points for Thursday’s game.

The Clemson Tigers began the season as the consensus number-one ranked College Football team in the land.

Close victories against Auburn and Troy left voters skeptical about Clemson. A strong showing Thursday could sway experts.

Clemson Head Coach Dabo Swinney is not happy about his team’s early season woes, but they are still undefeated. The entire Clemson team is aware what could be at stake with a subpar performance on the national stage.

The Tigers still has dates with a surging Louisville team and must travel to Florida State. Clemson had their way last week in a 59-0 rout of South Carolina State, but Thursday will be a different animal.

Swinney understands Georgia Tech will be ready, and he must rally his troops.

Signal Caller Deshaun Watson, Running Back Wayne Gallman and Wideout Mike Williams are all game breakers.

The Clemson defense must avoid missed assignments and be ready for the attractive triple option of Georgia Tech.

Bovada Lv. List the Clemson Tigers at +850 to win the 2016-17 BCS Championship.

 

The 2016-17 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets are beginning the season the way they were expected to do in 2015.

Expectations were not in place this season and the team is playing loose. Head Coach Paul Johnson and his staff learned a lot from last season’s disaster.

Georgia Tech looks impressive so far this year after posting victories over Boston College, Mercer, and most recently Vanderbilt.

The Yellow Jackets offense is not up to par, but the defense is playing lights out football.

The Georgia Tech defense is holding opponents to a little over 10-points per contest through three games.

Quarterback Justin Thomas is a poor man’s DeShaun Watson and has put up over 955 yards the past two games.

Georgia Tech wants a low scoring game Thursday, not the 43-24 shootout which they lost last season at “DEATH VALLEY.” The Yellow Jackets want more of a 28-6 contest like they did to beat Clemson in 2014.

The key to a Georgia Tech victory is to control the ball on offense, gaining rushing yards on offense.

Bovada Lv. List the Georgia Tech at +2,500 to win the 2016-17 Atlantic Coast Conference Title.

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