It’s the match-up we’ve been waiting for as North Carolina squares up against the seemingly invincible Clemson in the ACC Championship. Who will prove to be the kings of the ACC? Watch the live stream right here!
The undefeated Clemson Tigers travel to Bank of America Stadium to play the North Carolina Tar Heels, who’ve been on a winning roll in the ACC. Who will be the winner in what’s sure to be one of the best college football games ever? Watch for yourself with this live stream!
Clemson has looked unbeatable as they’ve raced to a 12-0 record, but they will have it hard against North Carolina, who since their 13-17 loss against college rivals South Carolina, has won 11 games straight to record an equally impressive 11-1 record. CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE LIVE STREAM!
In fact, it’s the first time two ACC teams have had winning streaks in the double digits, so both teams will be desperate to win this one and preserve their impressive records.
The Tigers are the most fancied team now in college football, having gained a more superior record than the Alabama Crimson Tide and Oklahoma Sooners, and they could feel the heat of being tipped as championing the ACC in the playoff.
However, if North Carolina is to cause an upset, that could allow reigning national champion Ohio State to sneak into the playoff picture. UNC coach Larry Fedora believes that the winning team deserves a rightful place in the playoffs. “If we beat the No. 1 team in the nation,” Fedora explained to The Washington Post, “then I believe this team deserves to be in the College Football Playoff.”
North Carolina will be pinning their hopes on dynamic quarterback Marquise Williams, who is their second leading rusher, averaging 65.5 yards. Clemson’s offensive firepower will be led by their quarterback and Heisman Trophy candidate Deshaun Watson, who has been in excellent form this year. Learn all about college football by buying The System: The Glory & Scandal of Big-Time College Football on Amazon now!
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