Clemson vs. South Carolina live stream, live score updates; college football 2017
No. 3 Clemson travels to No. 24 South Carolina for the annual “Palmetto Bowl” showdown at Williams-Brice Stadium in Columbia on Saturday, Nov. 25.
The game will be broadcast by ESPN beginning at 6:30 p.m. Central (7:30 p.m. Eastern). Clemson is a 13.5-point favorite, according to Vegas Insider.
The Tigers are 10-1, while the Gamecocks are 8-3. Clemson won last year’s meeting 56-7 in Clemson.
South Carolina’s Jake Bentley and Clemson’s Kelly Bryant are quarterbacks eager their teams to victory in the Palmetto State’s biggest rivalry.
One will walk from Saturday night’s matchup disappointed.
Bentley will make his second start for the Gamecocks (8-3) against No. 4 Clemson (10-1, No. 3 College Football Playoff), anxious to redeem himself and his team after last year’s disastrous 56-7 embarrassment.
Bryant is the Tigers first-year quarterback who’s steadily climbed from the shadows of national championship passer Deshaun Watson to put Clemson back in College Football Playoff position.
Both South Carolina natives will try and cap stellar regular seasons against each other in the annual tussle between the state’s two biggest FBS programs.
“Obviously, winning the state’s a big deal,” said Bentley, who grew up in the state’s Upstate region. “To be the quarterback who does is a nice thing.”
You can watch a live stream of Clemson-South Carolina is available via Watch ESPN.
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