I am never a fan of excessively-hyped quarterbacks and much-lauded teams, but in the case of QB Deshaun Watson and the Clemson Tigers team, I think it is well-worth to make an exception for the raving reviews and huge expectations the football fraternity is pegging on them ahead of the new season. I mean, this is a team that flawlessly won all its games en route to the national championship game against Alabama last season. And even though they did not win the all-important trophy, nobody can deny the zestful effort they did put until the final seconds of their 45-40 loss to the Crimson Tide. With Watson back in the fold, legendary head coach Dabo Swinney on the sidelines and a strong support system on and off the field to support the Tigers in 2016; Clemson is once again expected to make a deep run for the national title, owning the second-shortest NCAAF odds to win it all in the upcoming season. Are the Tigers a good value in the NCAA football odds as heavy conference and national favorites? Read on as we take you through a succinct breakdown of Clemson’s chances to do it big in 2016 and possibly repeat as double-digit winners in the season totals.
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