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The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets host the Clemson Tigers tonight. Will Malachi Carter be featured heavily in the Georgia Tech offense? John Hyslop is here to answer.

Georgia Tech vs Clemson Prediction, Pick, and Odds: Can Malachi Carter and Georgia Tech Make A Statement?

Obviously, we'll need some action on the final football game of the weekend. And what a weekend it was. Pure insanity from Thursday all the way until now and if we're being honest, this feels like a fun way to end it. We're talking Clemson and Georgia Tech on ESPN at 8:00 pm ET. At first, it was a tough game to crack but like always, if you just stare at the computer screen long enough, something will jump out at you. Legit works every single time. The only weird thing about this one is the fact that I went into this thinking I was going to have a Clemson player when all was said and done. Turns out I was wrong. The bet that has no chance of losing is coming from a Georgia Tech guy. What a world.

Georgia Tech vs Clemson Start Time, Where to Watch, and Odds

Date: September 5, 2022

Start Time: 8:00 pm ET

Where to Watch: ESPN

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Georgia Tech vs Clemson Player Prop Pick

Malachi Carter 50+ Receiving Yards (+148) (Bet $100 to win $148)

*Odds available at FanDuel at time of publishing*

Obviously, we're at FanDuel for this one but if you want to go with the standard line, it's sitting at 41.5 (-110). That's much better than what DraftKings is offering as they have 44.5 (-115). Still, all options are better than BetMGM as they don't seem to be offering any player props on this game which is disgusting. Give the people what they want. How hard is that?

Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets vs Clemson Tigers Prediction

It's kind of wild to take a wide receiver's yardage prop this early in the season but whatever. We need this. The issue is we really don't know how the coaches view each guy and what he has in mind for them. Plus every team has like eight of them so there's always that to think about. Still, this kid played a ton last season and he looks to be firmly in the top receiver conversation for Georgia Tech so I'm sold. Plus I've seen him play and he's filthy.

Last season Carter only went over this number four times which is not great but he also turned in at least 40 yards three other times. That includes a 47-yard performance against this Clemson team. Point is, he's definitely capable of getting home on 50+ tonight. He just needs the right situation. He's not alone either, we could all benefit from the right situation. It's just the way situations work.

Tonight should be a good fit outside the fact that the Yellow Jackets are taking on Clemson. The thing is, the Tigers should be able to take away the run game fairly easily which should force Georgia Tech to throw the ball more than they'd like to. We want that. If that happens, Carter will stand to benefit most. Even if Georgia Tech can't get on the scoreboard, it's not crazy to think the receivers could put up some yards. Kyrie McGowan went for 82 receiving yards in this game last year and the Yellow Jackets only scored eight points. This feels like a sneaky way to get paid tonight.

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John has spent the past 20+ years betting sports on a daily basis and is considered by many to be a walking sports betting encyclopedia. From obscure player props to sides and totals, if there is an angle, John will find it. His work has appeared on Rotogrinders and he has been a regular on sports talk radio stations across the country. Based in the US, John operates a blog & podcast, Sports Bets Beers, which covers betting angles in the NFL, NBA, MLB, & NHL.


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