Georgia Tech vs. Clemson betting odds and trends: Line staying static with Tigers comfortable favorites

Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

The Clemson Tigers are expected to have an easy time against the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets.

No. 8 Clemson hosts Georgia Tech in a Thursday night showdown between two teams hoping for a shot at the ACC title game -- but both would need significant help.

The Tigers opened as 10-point favorites over the Yellow Jackets, and that line has remained mostly stagnant, at -10.5 or -11 depending on the book.

In the last nine contests between the two schools, the total has gone under six times. The over-under for this game is 59 points.

The Tigers have been on quite the roll recently, winning nine of their last 10 games. In their last 10 games as a road underdog, Georgia Tech has won just once.

The Yellow Jackets have actually won 11 of the last 18 matchups between the two schools, including five of the last seven. Clemson has covered the spread in 11 of the last 18 games between the two teams, including four of the last seven.

For week-long trends and matchup data, visit Odds Shark.

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