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It’s Game Day in Death Valley.  Each week TheClemsonInsider.com will take a unique look at the game.

TheClemsonInsider.com brings you this week’s edition of Over Under.

Clemson Will Score 50

Over:  The Tigers will score early and often against the Mean Green.  Look for the first team to put up 30 plus in the first half.  The scoring will taper off in the second half but expect the Tigers to break the half century mark.

Jamie Harper and Andre Ellington Will Rush for 100 Each

Under:  The Tiger rushing game will do well Saturday afternoon, but as the score gets out of hand the starters will come out of the game.  Expect Harper or Ellington to go for over 100, but not both.

North Texas Will Rush for 100 Yards

Under:  All week the Clemson defense talked about having the No. 1 defense in the nation.  Lance Dunbar is a very talented running back as he had almost 1400 yard last season, but the Tigers will stuff the run.  Dunbar will get over 50, but won’t hit the century mark.

Clemson Receivers Will Catch Two Touchdown Passes

Push:  The Tiger receivers will find the endzone a couple of times on Saturday.  Parker and Boyd will both hit a receiver for a touchdown. 

Dwayne Allen Will Catch 5 Passes

Over:  Parker knows that Allen is a major weapon and he will be the safety valve when the receivers are not open.  Expect Kyle to hit Allen for six or more passes Saturday, including at least one touchdown.

Tajh Boyd Will Play One Quarter

Over:  Look for the Tigers to put this game away early.  Tajh will hit the field in the third quarter and get over a quarter of play in his first game in Death Valley.

DeAndre McDaniel Will Get One Interception

Push:  DeAndre will start the season off with a strong performance.  McDaniel came back to lead the Tigers to a championship and make a run for the Thorpe award.  Expect the All-American to get his first interception for 2010 Saturday in the Valley.

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