Record: 7-7-1 (+/- 0 Units)
We were .5 away from getting back into the green, but Oregon and Texas A&M came through to have us breaking even. Not loving the board this week but I have you covered with two solid plays.
Clemson -7 at Wake Forest
The Tigers travel to Winston-Salem, as a 7-point favorite. It’s no secret that Clemson has issues on offense, luckily that matches up well against Wake’s struggling defense. Clemson’s strong defensive line will pressure Sam Hartman and the Demon Deacon offense. Clamping down the Wake air attack will give more opportunities for the Tigers to put up points. Lastly, Wake Forest has only kept this matchup under 20 points once in ten years.
Clemson – 7
Iowa -7.5 at Rutgers o/u 35.5
Here are the facts. Both of these offenses are bad. Rutgers has a decent defense, while Iowa has an elite one. This total is embarrassingly low but we are taking the cheese here. Rutgers is probably not even going to score, and I doubt Iowa scores more than 24.