2016 Fiesta Bowl Betting Odds: Ohio State vs. Clemson

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Dec/30/2016

The 2016 Fiesta Bowl betting odds for Ohio State vs. Clemson had the Buckeyes as a -2.5 favorite.

About the Fiesta Bowl

The Fiesta Bowl kicked off in 1971 and features the At-large/Group of Five (Dec. 2014–present) with a payout of $17 million.  It is played at the University of Phoenix Stadium.

Ohio State vs. Clemson Betting Preview

These two teams have lost a game apiece but both ended the season hovering around the .500 mark.

Takeaways

The Tigers are 5-0 Against The Spread in their last 5 bowl games.

As an underdog Clemson is 5-1 Against The Spread this season.

Ohio State is the first team to be selected for the College Football Playoff without winning its conference championship.

The Buckeyes missed out on the Big Ten title game thanks to a 24-21 midseason loss at Penn State

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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