Star wide receiver Griffin Hebert and the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs (1-1) face the Clemson Tigers (2-0) on Saturday at 8:00 PM ET at Memorial Stadium.
The Tigers are very big favorites (currently -33.5) in their game against the Bulldogs, with the over/under at 53 points. (In terms of the moneyline, the Tigers are -20000 and the Bulldogs are +3300.)
Game Info and Betting Lines for Clemson vs. Louisiana Tech
- Game Day: Saturday, September 17, 2022
- Game Time: 8:00 PM ET
- TV Channel: ACC Network
- Location: Berkeley, California
- Stadium: Memorial Stadium
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Clemson Betting Insights
- Clemson went 5-8-0 ATS last season.
- Clemson did not cover the spread last season (0-2 ATS) when playing as at least 33.5-point favorites.
- Last season, the combined scoring went over the point total four times in Clemson games.
Clemson Stats & Insights
- Clemson racked up 26.3 points per game last season, 7.7 fewer than Louisiana Tech surrendered per outing (34).
- Clemson was 1-2 against the spread and 3-0 overall in games when it recorded more than 34 points last season.
- Last year Louisiana Tech had a 0-3 record against the spread and a 1-2 record overall in games when it held opponents to less than 26.3 points.
- Clemson collected 74.8 fewer yards per game (359.2) than Louisiana Tech allowed per outing (434) last year.
- In games that Clemson totaled more than 434 yards last season, the team was 1-3 against the spread and 4-0 overall.
- Louisiana Tech had a 0-3 record ATS and a 1-2 record overall when holding its opponents to less than 359.2 yards last season.
- Last season, Clemson ran for just 1.8 more yards (168) than Louisiana Tech allowed per contest (166.2).
- Clemson had a 3-2 ATS record and a 5-0 overall record when the team rushed for more than 166.2 yards last year.
- Last season, Louisiana Tech was 3-3 against the spread and 2-4 overall when holding opponents to less than 168 rushing yards.
- Last year Clemson had 19 turnovers, three fewer than Louisiana Tech had takeaways (22).
Clemson’s Best Players
- D.J. Uiagalelei recorded a passing stat line last year of 2,246 yards with a 55.6% completion rate (208-for-374), nine touchdowns, 10 interceptions, and an average of 172.8 yards per game. His rushing stat line was 104 carries for 316 yards and four TDs.
- Will Shipley picked up 739 rushing yards (56.8 per game) and 11 touchdowns last year.
- Kobe Pace posted 641 rushing yards on 105 carries and six touchdowns last season.
- Justyn Ross amassed 47 receptions for 524 yards and three touchdowns last year. He was targeted 75 times, and averaged 40.3 yards per game.
- Joseph Ngata tacked on 438 yards on 23 grabs with one touchdown. He was targeted 46 times, and averaged 33.7 receiving yards per game.
- Beaux Collins hauled in 31 passes for 407 yards and three touchdowns, putting up 31.3 yards per game last season.
- Myles Murphy did his thing last season with a huge stat line of eight sacks, 11 TFL and 38 tackles.
- Last season James Skalski tallied 78 tackles, two TFL, and 2.5 sacks.
- Last season Andrew Booth Jr. had a huge stat line of three interceptions, 33 tackles, two TFL, and four passes defended.
Louisiana Tech Betting Insights
- Louisiana Tech put together a 4-8-0 record against the spread last season.
- Louisiana Tech and its opponent combined to go over the point total nine out of 12 times last season.
Louisiana Tech Stats & Insights
- Louisiana Tech averaged 13.2 more points per game (28) than Clemson allowed (14.8) last year.
- Louisiana Tech was 4-7 against the spread and 3-8 overall in games when it scored more than 14.8 points last season.
- Last year Clemson had a 4-8 record against the spread and a 9-3 record overall in games when it held opponents to fewer than 28 points.
- Louisiana Tech racked up 77.6 more yards per game (383.9) than Clemson allowed per matchup (306.3) last year.
- Louisiana Tech was 4-5 against the spread and 2-7 overall when the team piled up over 306.3 yards last season.
- Clemson had a 3-6 record ATS and an 8-1 record overall when holding its opponents to fewer than 383.9 yards last season.
- Last season Louisiana Tech piled up 122.2 yards per game on the ground, 24.7 more than Clemson allowed per contest (97.5).
- Louisiana Tech had a 4-4 ATS record and a 2-6 overall record when the team rushed for more than 97.5 yards last season.
- When Clemson limited its opponents to fewer than 122.2 yards on the ground last season, it was 4-5 against the spread and 8-1 overall.
- Louisiana Tech turned the ball over 23 times last year, four more turnovers than Clemson forced (19).
Louisiana Tech’s Best Players
- Austin Kendall connected on 60.4% of his passes and threw for 1,874 yards and 13 touchdowns last season. Kendall also helped on the ground, tallying three touchdowns on 13.1 yards per game.
- Marcus Williams Jr. averaged 66 rushing yards and tallied eight rushing touchdowns. Williams complemented his rushing performance with 1.7 receptions per game to average 16.8 receiving yards.
- Last season Greg Garner rushed for 216 yards. He also scored four total touchdowns.
- Smoke Harris was targeted 8.4 times per game and collected 756 receiving yards and six touchdowns over the course of 2021.
- Tre Harris grabbed four touchdowns and had 600 receiving yards (50 ypg) in 2021.
- Jerrod Means grabbed 24 passes on his way to 470 receiving yards and two touchdowns a season ago.
- Ben Bell proved to be a strong defender last year, recording 3.5 sacks, one TFL and 24 tackles.
- Trey Baldwin put together an excellent stat line last year, accruing 81 tackles, five TFL, and one interception.
- A year ago Bee Jay Williamson collected 43 tackles and three passes defended as well as three interceptions.