Clemson Opens as Enormous Favorite Over South Carolina in Early 2020 Palmetto Bowl Rivalry Game Spread
The South Carolina Gamecocks haven't beaten the Clemson Tigers on the road in Death Valley since the likes of Steve Spurrier and Jadeveon Clowney in 2012, and it certainly doesn't looks like the oddsmakers believe that drought is going to end this year either.
Even with the 2020 college football offseason experiencing some unprecedented spring delays and cancellations, the odds and spreads around more than 100 of this fall's biggest matchups are now available on FanDuel Sportsbook.
South Carolina vs Clemson Football Odds 2020
Sitting months away from the 118th edition of one of college football's older rivalries, Clemson has already opened as a 23.5-point favorite to beat South Carolina at home in Clemson later this fall, according to FanDuel Sportsbook.
The Palmetto Bowl rivalry series is relatively even across the past 11 meetings, but this recent history has been a tale of two halves. The Tigers are a perfect 6-0 in the last six matchups, having outscored the Gamecocks, 256-104, in that stretch, but South Carolina won the five straight battles before this run.
There's still plenty of time for things to change between now and the 2020 Palmetto Bowl kickoff, but the Tigers remain overwhelming early favorites for the time being. Barring any scheduling changes we may see, Clemson is currently set to host South Carolina at Memorial Stadium on Saturday, Nov. 28, 2020.
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