Pittsburgh vs. Clemson: Live College Football Game for Saturday, Pittsburgh vs. Clemson Live 2016 Week 11 College Football Game November 12, Memorial Stadium, at 03:30 p.m ET, TV Info:Live Stream: abc, ESPN, The Game Live stream on this link below.

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Clemson owns a 15-game Atlantic Coast Conference winning streak, going 8-6-1 against the spread in the process. The Tigers shoot to stay unbeaten on the season and on track for another berth in the College Football Playoff when they host Pittsburgh for an ACC bout Saturday afternoon. There are no recent meetings between these two teams but Clemson comes into this one undefeated.  There are, however, a mere 6-5 Against The Spread. Pittsburgh hasn’t fared much better Against The Spread, going just 3-6.  They are a game above the .500 mark.

The OVER is 6-0 in the Panthers last 6 games following a ATS loss and 7-0 in Panthers last 7 games following a straight up loss of more than 20 points.  The total for this game was set at 65.5. Clemson cornerback Cordrea Tankersley wants to finish the season the right way. He is the lone returning starter from the third-ranked Tigers’ secondary last year, coming back for a final season and another shot at the national championship.

Tankersley can help Clemson (9-0, 6-0 Atlantic Coast Conference; CFP No. 2 ) take a step toward that goal Saturday against Pitt (5-4, 2-3), a win giving the Tigers the ACC Atlantic and a spot in the league’s title game. Pitt had won three straight games but has lost its last two following last week’s 51-28 defeat at Miami. The Panthers fell down to the Hurricanes 7-0 two minutes into the game, rallied to take a 21-20 lead midway through the second quarter but later gave up the last 10 points of the game, creating a slightly misleading final margin.

TURNOVER TROUBLE: The Panthers were able to overcome their various defensive issues early in the season by showing a nose for the ball, creating nine turnovers over their first five games. Those kinds of plays have disappeared in recent weeks. Pitt has taken it away just once since the first weekend of October