Clemson vs. South Carolina betting odds, trends, over/under

Jeff Blake-USA TODAY Sports

Recent trends favor the Gamecocks, but Clemson is looking to give a strong fight.

Clemson and South Carolina square off Saturday in a rare late season top-ten non-conference matchup, with a fierce rivalry and BCS stakes on the line. You can find all your betting information at OddsShark.

The Gamecocks opened as six-point favorites despite the Tigers' superior BCS ranking, and that line has moved slightly to -5. The over/under currently stands at 58 points, very close to the opening mark of 57.5.

Clemson has won its last five road games and is 8-2 against the spread in its last ten road games. That's gone a bit differently against South Carolina, however, as the Tigers are 1-6 against the spread in their last seven games against their in-state rivals. In their last nine games at South Carolina, however, the Tigers are 6-3 straight-up.

South Carolina has covered the spread in four of their last six games, and the total has gone under in four of their last five outings. The Gamecocks have won four straight games against the Tigers.

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