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CFB : ATS Matchup
Saturday 11/2/2013Line$ LineOU LineScore
CLEMSON
 
VIRGINIA
-17.5  

+17.5  
-1450

+800

55
 
59
Final
10

CLEMSON (7 - 1) at VIRGINIA (2 - 6)
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Week 10 Saturday, 11/2/2013 3:30 PM
Board OpenLatest
315CLEMSON-20-17
316VIRGINIA5355
ADVANCED TEAM STATS
CLEMSON - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfYardsYPPTOScoreHalfYardsYPPTO
All Games7-1+33-45-337.421.0495.5(5.9)1.621.911.2374.7(5.4)2.5
Road Games3-0+31-11-238.321.3530.0(6.3)1.718.37.0379.7(5.2)3.3
Last 3 Games2-100-32-126.08.7457.7(5.2)3.030.713.7405.0(6)2.3
Grass Games6-1+22-45-235.719.0477.1(5.6)1.623.011.9371.6(5.5)2.3
Conference Games5-1+22-33-334.818.2497.5(5.9)1.821.210.3368.7(5.3)2.5
CLEMSON - Current Season Statistics
 RushingPassingTotal
 PPGHalfFDTOPATT-YDSYPRCMP-ATTPCTYDSPYAATT-YDSYPPYPPT
Offense (All Games)37.421.025.528:4445-176(3.9)26-4065.9%320(8.1)84-495(5.9)(13.3)
Opponents Defensive Avg.28.316.720.730:5639-156(4)22-3562.2%238(6.9)74-394(5.3)(13.9)
Offense Road Games38.321.326.329:4647-192(4.1)25-3768.2%338(9.2)84-530(6.3)(13.8)
Defense (All Games)21.911.217.431:1538-144(3.8)17-3154.4%231(7.4)69-375(5.4)(17.1)
Opponents Offensive Avg.28.115.719.730:0439-162(4.1)18-3058.8%235(7.8)69-397(5.7)(14.1)
Defense Road Games18.37.016.730:1436-190(5.2)17-3745.9%190(5.1)73-380(5.2)(20.7)

VIRGINIA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfYardsYPPTOScoreHalfYardsYPPTO
All Games2-6-4.64-46-222.612.4382.5(4.6)2.029.212.6393.7(5.5)1.9
Home Games2-4-2.63-35-125.313.8394.5(4.7)2.332.212.2413.8(5.6)1.5
Last 3 Games0-3-3.42-13-024.316.0437.3(5)0.732.311.7482.3(6.9)3.0
Grass Games2-6-4.64-46-222.612.4382.5(4.6)2.029.212.6393.7(5.5)1.9
Conference Games0-4-4.42-23-119.012.0375.0(4.5)1.027.712.2411.5(6)3.0
VIRGINIA - Current Season Statistics
 RushingPassingTotal
 PPGHalfFDTOPATT-YDSYPRCMP-ATTPCTYDSPYAATT-YDSYPPYPPT
Offense (All Games)22.612.422.233:5942-163(3.9)24-4159.0%220(5.3)84-382(4.6)(16.9)
Opponents Defensive Avg.25.813.421.132:4242-177(4.3)21-3559.8%225(6.5)76-402(5.3)(15.6)
Offense Home Games25.313.823.034:0442-166(3.9)26-4261.4%229(5.5)84-394(4.7)(15.6)
Defense (All Games)29.212.618.626:0140-182(4.6)15-3246.3%212(6.6)72-394(5.5)(13.5)
Opponents Offensive Avg.31.61820.728:1641-194(4.7)17-3054.5%224(7.4)71-418(5.9)(13.2)
Defense Home Games32.212.219.825:5642-219(5.2)14-3245.8%195(6.2)74-414(5.6)(12.9)
Average power rating of opponents played: CLEMSON 35.1,  VIRGINIA 37.9
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
CLEMSON - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/URushingPassingTORushingPassingTO
9/7/2013S CAROLINA ST52-13W-52.5L -44-18336-51-329146-8610-22-1553
9/19/2013@ NC STATE26-14W-12T65.5U40-17124-37-244036-16520-37-2132
9/28/2013WAKE FOREST56-7W-28.5W58.5O47-16628-36-407031-6019-30-1622
10/5/2013@ SYRACUSE49-14W-12.5W65.5U45-15823-32-466248-32312-29-744
10/12/2013BOSTON COLLEGE24-14W-24L64.5U37-16230-45-334239-9413-21-1922
10/19/2013FLORIDA ST14-51L4.5L63.5O41-12322-45-203438-12122-35-4441
10/26/2013@ MARYLAND40-27W-16.5L58.5O57-24728-41-304325-8219-45-2824
11/2/2013@ VIRGINIA            
11/14/2013GEORGIA TECH            
11/23/2013THE CITADEL            
11/30/2013@ S CAROLINA            

VIRGINIA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/URushingPassingTORushingPassingTO
9/7/2013OREGON10-59L26L59.5O39-12431-47-174440-35015-29-2070
9/21/2013VMI49-0W-41W47.5O63-35720-30-223225-419-31-382
9/28/2013@ PITTSBURGH3-14L6L50U33-6515-37-123235-813-31-1913
10/5/2013BALL ST27-48L-3L49O41-23622-42-223440-16023-41-3460
10/12/2013@ MARYLAND26-27L6W41O49-24227-44-263030-13618-34-3323
10/19/2013DUKE22-35L-2.5L52.5O39-10020-38-263144-18022-40-2921
10/26/2013GEORGIA TECH25-35L10.5W49O31-6843-62-376152-3945-9-1135
11/2/2013CLEMSON            
11/9/2013@ N CAROLINA            
11/23/2013@ MIAMI            
11/30/2013VIRGINIA TECH            
PREVIEW
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ PA SPORTSTICKER COLLEGE FOOTBALL PREVIEW (CLEMSON-VIRGINIA) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

*Clemson-Virginia Preview* ==========================

No. 8 Clemson (7-1) at Virginia (2-6), 3:30 p.m. EDT

(AP) - Clemson was money in the bank last season when it came to scoring in the red zone.

Not this year.

Tigers offensive coordinator Chad Morris has been working to find ways for the country's former gold standard in the red zone to regain its edge when No. 9 Clemson gets inside the 20.

Clemson led the FBS in red-zone scoring a year ago, capitalizing on 56 of 59 chances. Points have been much harder to come by this fall for the Tigers (7-1, 5-1 ACC), who are tied for 58th nationally in red-zone offense as they get set to visit struggling Virginia (2-6, 0-4) on Saturday.

The red-zone issues cropped up again last week at Maryland, where the Tigers settled for three field goals in their first four trips. Clemson was able to break away late for a 40-27 victory, but the problems of getting past the goal line have Morris working overtime to correct.

"While we would've liked to have scored touchdowns every time we got inside the 5-yard line, it didn't happen that way," Morris said.

It has happened fewer and fewer times for the Tigers this season. They've managed 24 TDs in the 37 times they've reached the opposition's 20. Clemson under Morris the past three seasons has used a quick-strike offense to put games away by halftime. Instead, team leaders like quarterback Tajh Boyd and receiver Sammy Watkins have been pressed into action late to secure victories.

"We had some guys that were open, we had some underneath cutters coming that we didn't hit," Morris said, detailing his team's red-zone failures. "That's an area that we've got to continue to emphasize and we've got to get better at."

Clemson looked like its high-scoring, old self for the season's first month, averaging nearly 43 points in a 5-0 start. The scoring problems that began in a 24-14 win over Boston College were exposed to the nation a week later in Florida State's 51-14 dismantling of the then-third-ranked Tigers. During one series, the Seminoles held Clemson out of the end zone from a yard away after the Tigers first-stringers ran eight plays inside the 20.

When the faults resurfaced early against Maryland - the Tigers were up just 19-13 in the third quarter after a fourth field goal from inside the 20 - it set off concern for Morris, who has been accustomed to offensive success since arriving before the 2011 season.

Things eased at Maryland after Boyd and tailback Rod McDowell scored short-yardage TDs in the second to give Clemson a comfortable margin at the end.

Coach Dabo Swinney said the effort was a strong sign the Tigers had put the crushing Florida State loss behind and were pointed toward a special season.

"They responded. We had a chance to take control of the game early (but didn't), and that was disappointing," he said. "But I was really pleased with the way we competed and just kept playing."

Virginia coach Mike London sees a Clemson offense that's been highly productive throughout the season. The Cavaliers faced a similar attack, London said, earlier this year in a 59-10 loss to No. 2 Oregon.

London thought the Ducks had more speed than the Tigers, "but they're comparable in terms of the athletic skill and what their offense allows them to do with those players."

Part of Clemson's offensive issues came from Boyd's sore ankle suffered against Florida State that forced Morris to limit his runs, which have been an effective part of the attack. Boyd still finished with 13 carries, several when he scrambled away from Maryland's pressure.

Boyd banged up his knee against Maryland, but nothing serious enough to keep him from playing in his home state Saturday, Morris said.

"He'll be running," Morris said. "That's part of our offense."

Boyd bounced back after getting held to 156 passing yards against Florida State, throwing for 304 yards and a touchdown. He also became just the third ACC quarterback (North Carolina State's Philip Rivers and Duke's Thaddeus Lewis are the others) with over 10,000 career passing yards.

Virginia fell 35-25 at home to Georgia Tech last Saturday for its fifth straight loss. The Cavaliers have allowed an average of 36.3 points in the last four defeats.

David Watford went 43 of 61 for a career-high 376 yards and passed for two TDs last week, setting school records for attempts and completions.

"Of course I know any of my guys would trade the stats and all the accolades for a boatload of wins, and I would do the same thing," Watford told the school's official website. "It just shows we just have to keep working."

This will be the first meeting between these teams since Clemson's 34-21 home win Nov. 21, 2009.

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Last Updated: 7/30/2014 4:14:34 PM EST


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