Clemson battles Presbyterian Saturday at 3:30 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 or Under.
Clemson Will Score 50
Over: The Tigers could probably score 80 if they left the starters in the entire game. Look for the Tigers to build a big first half lead and pull the starters in the third quarter. The Blue Hose won’t be able to stop the second team either so expect the scoring to continue with the first team on the bench.
Jamie Harper and Andre Ellington Will Rush for 100 Each
Over: Last week The New Storm both went for over 100 yards and averaged over 10 yards per carry. Look for the two to go over 100 for the second week in a row and they play the weakest team to enter the Valley in a long, long time.
Presbyterian Will Have Over 300 Yards in Offense
Under: Last week the Clemson defense player poorly giving up over 450 yards to North Texas. The heat will really be on coach Steele and the defense if the Tigers don’t perform better on Saturday. The Blue Hose put up over 300 yards against the Deacs last week, but don’t expect that to happen against a Tiger defense needing to make a statement.
Clemson Receivers Will Catch Two Touchdown Passes
Over: The Tiger receivers showed promise last week with limited opportunites thanks to the poor defensive performance. Look for Kyle and his receivers to continue the improvement in this glorified scrimmage.
Dwayne Allen Will Catch 5 Passes
Under: Allen only had one catch last week. The Tigers will look to get him more involved this week, but will play very vanilla on offense so don’t expect a huge game from Allen.
Tajh Boyd Will Play One Quarter
Over: Last week Tajh got only limited playing time. 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.
DeAndre McDaniel Will Get One Interception
Push: DeAndre had only one opportunity for an interception last week. Look for McDaniel to grab one this week and he beings his run for the Thorpe award.