A team that has had a lot of success in recent bowl games will take on the No. 6 Tennessee Volunteers against the No. 7 Clemson Tigers in Friday’s Orange Bowl at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida. The Volunteers (10-2) have won four of their last five bowl games, but last year he lost to Purdue by decision 47-45 at the Music City Bowl. The Tigers (11-2) have won four of the last six bowl games they’ve participated in, and last year he beat Iowa State 20-13 in the Cheez-It Bowl. Clemson defeated Tennessee 27-14 in the 2003 Peach Bowl, the last time the teams met.
Kickoff is set for 8:00 PM ET. Caesars Sportsbook has Clemson ahead of him by 4.5 points and over/under set at 63.5 on him (see the College Football His Odds page for the latest odds for all games this week).
Before we build the Tennessee vs. Clemson pick, we need to see the college football predictions from the SportsLine projection model.
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With junior quarterback DJ Uiagalelei on the transfer portal, Model knows the Tigers will again turn to freshman Cade Klubnik to line up under center. Krabnik showed sharp play in his ACC Championship his game in a win over North Carolina on December 3rd. He also had 7 carries for 30 yards (4.3 average) and 1 touchdown. For the season, Krabnik had him complete 31 of his 46 passes (67.4%), with two touchdowns and one interception, while his rating was 146.2.
The model also knows that junior running back Jabari Small and sophomore Jalen Wright are a solid one-two punch in the volunteer running game. Wright carried 135 times for a team-high 786 yards (5.8 yards average) and 10 touchdowns. He earned his 56–0 victory over Vanderbilt on November 26, and throughout the season he tallied 83 rushing yards. He carried his 23 for 96 yards (4.2 average) and scored twice in his 63–6 win over Akron on September 17.
Now it has its sights set on Tennessee vs. Clemson. We can see that the model is below the sum. One side of the spread hits almost 70% of the simulationYou absolutely have to see it before you lock your college football picks.
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