The Clemson Tigers (7-3, 5-2 ACC) take the No.3 scoring defense in college football into a matchup with the No. 13 Wake Forest Demon Deacons (9-1, 6-0 ACC), who have the No. 2 scoring offense. The Demon Deacons,on the moneyline to win, and the Tigers, listed at on the spread, kick things off on November 20, 2021 at 12:00 PM ET. The contest’s point total is currently listed at .
Before placing a bet on this game, read this article to see the best available odds and everything else you need to know about the matchup — including key metrics, betting trends, team and player stats and more.
The betting trends in the article below are based off odds valid as of November 20, 2021 at 12:03 PM ET. See below for a table with the latest odds for this contest and click here to get the best DraftKings Sportsbook deposit bonus!
Clemson Vs. Wake Forest Betting Odds
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Clemson Offense Vs. Wake Forest Defense
|Tigers Offense||Stats (Rank)||Demon Deacons Defense|
|24.4 (95)||Points/Gm||29.1 (87)|
|344.2 (101)||Yards/Gm||438.2 (115)|
|198.9 (97)||Pass Yards/Gm||235.9 (83)|
|145.3 (79)||Rush Yards/Gm||202.3 (118)|
|5.8 (123)||Yards/Pass||7.3 (69)|
|4.2 (71)||Yards/Rush||4.9 (104)|
|35.2% (99)||3rd Down %||40.4% (84)|
|9 (45)||Turnovers||15 (6)|
|9 (76)||Sacks||14 (10)|
Wake Forest Offense Vs. Clemson Defense
|Wake Forest Offense||Stats (Rank)||Clemson Defense|
|44.7 (2)||Points/Gm||15.3 (3)|
|498.5 (5)||Yards/Gm||310.3 (15)|
|318.0 (12)||Pass Yards/Gm||197.8 (33)|
|180.5 (47)||Rush Yards/Gm||112.5 (22)|
|8.9 (15)||Yards/Pass||6.0 (10)|
|4.5 (53)||Yards/Rush||3.1 (8)|
|50.9% (6)||3rd Down %||33.3% (22)|
|11 (77)||Turnovers||9 (67)|
|7 (52)||Sacks||8 (66)|
When Clemson Has The Ball
- The Tigers have conceded nine sacks to rank 76th in college football. The Demon Deacons’ defense has compiled 14 (10th-most).
- Clemson averages 5.8 yards per pass attempt (123rd in the FBS) compared to the 7.3 per pass Wake Forest gives up (69th in college football).
- The Tigers rank 45th in college football, committing nine turnovers this season, while the Demon Deacons are sixth with 15 turnovers forced.
- Clemson’s running game ranks 79th in the FBS (145.3 yards per game), while Wake Forest allows 202.3 per game (118th-ranked run defense).
When Wake Forest Has The Ball
- The Demon Deacons average 4.5 yards per carry (53rd in college football) compared to the 3.1 per rushing attempt the Tigers allow (eighth in the FBS).
- Wake Forest’s 180.5 rushing yards per game is good for 47th in the FBS. Clemson’s defense allows 112.5 on the ground (22nd in college football).
- The Demon Deacons average 318.0 passing yards per game (12th in the FBS) compared to the 197.8 per game the Tigers give up (33rd in college football).
- Clemson allows third-down conversions on 33.3% of its opponents’ attempts (22nd in the FBS). Wake Forest has a 50.9% third-down conversion rate, which ranks sixth in college football.
Clemson Betting Trends And Insights
- Clemson has won just two games against the spread this season.
- The Tigers have covered the spread twice this season (2-7 ATS) when playing as at least 3.5-point favorites.
- Clemson’s games have hit the over three out of 10 times this season.
- Clemson’s 10 games this season have all gone under this contest’s total of 58 points.
- The Tigers have won 71.4% of the games this season when they were favored on the moneyline (5-2).
Wake Forest Betting Trends And Insights
- Wake Forest has compiled a 6-4-0 record against the spread this year.
- The Demon Deacons have been an underdog by 3.5 points or more once this season, and covered the spread.
- Wake Forest and its opponents have combined to go over the point total five out of 10 times this year.
- Wake Forest has combined with its opponent to score more than 58 points in five of 10 games this season.
- The Demon Deacons have split the two games they’ve played as underdogs this season.
Clemson Players To Watch
- D.J. Uiagalelei leads the team with 1,752 passing yards (175.2 yards per game) and has a 54.9% completion percentage this year (167-of-304) while throwing eight touchdowns with seven interceptions. He also has 242 rushing yards on 85 carries with four touchdowns, averaging 24.2 yards per game.
- Will Shipley has run for a team-leading 431 yards on 92 carries (61.6 yards per game) while scoring seven touchdowns.
- Kobe Pace has run for 341 yards on 62 carries (42.6 yards per game), with three touchdowns on the ground this year.
- Justyn Ross has 47 catches and paces his team with 524 receiving yards (52.4 ypg) while scoring three touchdowns.
- Joe Ngata has chipped in with 438 yards on 23 catches and one touchdown. He averages 54.8 receiving yards per game this year.
- This season Beaux Collins is averaging 40.2 yards per game, with 22 catches for 241 yards and two touchdowns.
Wake Forest Players To Watch
- This year, Sam Hartman has put up 3,163 passing yards (316.3 yards per game) while completing 208 of 348 passes (59.8% completion percentage), with 30 touchdowns and eight interceptions. He has added 329 rushing yards on 75 carries (plus nine touchdowns), averaging 32.9 yards per game.
- Christian Beal-Smith has taken 107 carries for a team-leading 533 rushing yards (59.2 yards per game) while scoring seven touchdowns.
- Justice Ellison has rushed for 477 yards on 94 carries (53.0 yards per game), with six touchdowns on the ground this year.
- A.T. Perry has racked up 47 receptions for 918 yards, best on his team, and 11 touchdowns. He averages 91.8 receiving yards per game.
- Jaquarii Roberson has also contributed with 860 yards on 51 catches and eight touchdowns. He averages 86.0 receiving yards per game this year.
- Taylor Morin has racked up 421 yards on 29 receptions with four touchdowns, averaging 42.1 yards per game.
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