Auburn at Clemson College Football Picks & Predictions 9/9/2017
Saturday, September 9, 2017
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The Auburn Tigers head to Memorial Stadium to play the Clemson Tigers on Saturday, September 9, 2017. The opening line for this matchup has Clemson as 9 point favorites. The total has been set at 54. The Tigers are 0-1-0 against the spread and their over/under record is 0-1-0. The Tigers are 1-0-0 against the spread and their over/under mark is 1-0-0.
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Valuable Auburn Tigers Betting Trends
The Auburn Tigers are 0-1-0 against the over/under
The Auburn Tigers are 0-1-0 against the spread
Important Clemson Tigers Betting Trends
The Clemson Tigers are 1-0-0 against the over/under
The Clemson Tigers are 1-0-0 against the spread
Key Auburn Tigers Injuries
09/04/17 RB Kerryon Johnson Hamstring left last game, "?" Saturday vs. Clemson
09/04/17 QB Sean White Suspension expected to miss Saturday vs. Clemson
09/03/17 RB JaTarvious Whitlow Ankle "?" Saturday vs. Clemson
09/03/17 RB Kamryn Pettway Suspension Served missed last game, probable Saturday vs. Clemson
09/03/17 WR Kyle Davis Suspension Served missed last game, probable Saturday vs. Clemson
Key Clemson Tigers Injuries
08/23/17 DE Richard Yeargin Neck out for season
Useful Offensive Statistics
The Auburn Tigers are 46th in the country in points scored with 41. They have run 79 plays this year for 184 yards, which ranks them 92nd in Division 1 in total offense. The Tigers average 6.8 yards per play, which is 33rd in the nation. As a team they have accumulated a total of 25 1st downs this season, ranking them 43rd overall as an offensive unit. On the ground Auburn has run for 351 yards as a unit, which ranks 12th in college football. They've run 53 times, averaging 6.6 yards per rush as a unit. The Tigers have been penalized on offense 4 times for 42 yards so far this year, which has them 89th in the country in penalties. Jarrett Stidham has passed for 185 yards this year. He's completed 14 throws while attempting 24 passes for a completion percentage of 58.3%. His quarterback rating this season is 142.3. He averages 7.5 adjusted yards per throw and 7.7 yards per pass attempt.
Auburn is 21st in the country in points surrendered on defense with 7. They have given up a total of 78 yards on D, which is 7th in D-1. The Tigers are 7th in yards per play allowed with 1.4. Opponent offenses have completed 4 throws on 9 attempts against the Auburn Tigers defense this season, ranking them 10th and 7th in the nation. The Auburn pass defense has also surrendered a total of 8 yards in the air, which is 6th overall in total pass defense. Their rushing defense has given up 47 attempts for 70 yards this season, putting them in 30th place in the country against the run. The Tigers have had 3 penalties for 15 yards on defense this year. That places them 10th in college football.
Special Teams Stats
Auburn has totaled 6 punt return yards and average 6 yards per return, which is 55th in D-1. They have returned 1 kick for 29 yards on special teams, which puts them 90th in kick return yardage. The Tigers average 29 yards per kick return and they are 51st in the nation in all-purpose yards with 570. The Auburn Tigers have tried 4 field goals this year and made 2, which is 14th in college football. Their kickers have a field goal percentage of 50%. Auburn Tigers kickers have made 100% of their extra points, going 5 for 5 this season. Their punters have accumulated 42 yards on 1 punt, averaging 42 yards per punt. That ranks them 56th in the NCAA in punting average.
Useful Offensive Statistics
The Tigers have run for 353 yards as a team, which ranks 11th in college football. They've run 43 times, averaging 8.2 yards per carry as a rushing unit. The Clemson Tigers have been penalized on offense 4 times for 45 yards so far this season, which has them 92nd in the country in penalties. They are 21st in the nation in points scored with 56. They have run 78 plays this season for 312 yards, which ranks them 32nd in Division 1 in total offense. Clemson averages 8.5 yards per play, which is 10th in college football. As a team they have accumulated a total of 34 1st downs this year, placing them 10th overall as an offensive unit. Kelly Bryant averages 10.7 yards per pass attempt and 9.6 adjusted yards per throw. He has completed 16 passes on 22 attempts for a completion percentage of 72.7%. His quarterback rating this year is 168.7. He has thrown for 236 yards this season.
The Clemson Tigers rush defense has allowed 44 attempts for 119 yards this year, putting them in 62nd place in D-1 against the run. Clemson has committed 11 penalties for 79 yards on the defensive side of the ball this season. That ranks them 99th in college football. They are 13th in the nation in points allowed on defense with 3. They have surrendered a total of 120 yards on D, which is 11th in the country. The Tigers are ranked 11th in yards per play allowed with 2.4. Opposing offenses have completed 1 pass on 5 attempts against the Clemson defense this season, placing them 5th and 6th in Division 1. The Clemson Tigers pass defense has also given up a total of 1 yard through the air, which is 5th overall in total pass defense.
Special Teams Stats
The Clemson Tigers kickers have made 100% of their extra points, going 8 for 8 this year. Their punters have totaled 98 yards on 2 punts, averaging 49 yards per punt. That places them 13th in Division 1 in punting average. Clemson is ranked 11th in the nation in punt returns with 4. They've accumulated 26 punt return yards and average 6.5 yards per return, which is 53rd in college football. They have returned 1 kick for 22 yards on special teams, ranking 97th in kick return yardage. The Clemson Tigers average 22 yards per kick return and they are 15th in the country in all-purpose yards with 713.
Who will win tonight's Tigers/Tigers college football game against the spread?
Guy's Pick: Take the Tigers -9
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