Clemson Tigers Vs. South Carolina State: Watch Live TV Stream Online for Free Results; Betting Odds, Schedule and Preview
The college football season is officially here and we are loaded with great games to look forward to. One of those highly anticipated matchups will take place when the No. 4 ranked Clemson Tigers face the currently unranked South Carolina State Bulldogs at Memorial Stadium in Clemson. Kick off for the game is scheduled to take place at 12:30 p.m. ET and may be seen on ESPN3. However, if you can't watch the game on television or in person, you can watch the live stream by clicking here.
Even though there will be thousands of people tuning in to watch these two teams play on Saturday night, most people do believe the Tigers will win fairly easily. In fact, Las Vegas odd makers currently have Clemson listed as huge 52.5 point favorites.
The Clemson Tigers, led by Heisman Trophy candidate QB Tajh Boyd, put the nation on alert when they defeated the then No. 5 ranked Georgia Bulldogs last weekend. The Tigers played great and got the win by a score of 38-35. In that game, Boyd threw for three touchdowns and ran for two more. He looked completely unstoppable and the Bulldogs had no answer for him. Clemson's next big test will not take place until Oct. 19 when they face the Florida State Seminoles.
The South Carolina State Bulldogs did not look spectacular in their first game of the 2013 season. They ended up losing to the Coastal Carolina Chanticleers by a score of 27-20.
Although Clemson should end up blowing out the Bulldogs on Saturday afternoon, they will still play the game for a reason. It is quite possible that Clemson will enter this game with a lackluster performance following such a great game against Georgia.
Needless to say, if you want to watch a Heisman Trophy candidate and a future high NFL draft pick, you should definitely tune in to watch Tajh Boyd and the Clemson Tigers against South Carolina State on Saturday.
Get your popcorn ready for a great game, folks!
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