South Carolina (0-0 SU, 0-0 ATS) vs North Carolina (0-0 SU, 0-0 ATS)

Saturday, August 31st, 3:30 PM at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, NC
South Carolina has not fulfilled their diplomatic rivals from UNC in four decades but the Gamecocks would really like to watch history repeat itself. That’s because South Carolina has won six including the most recent when the Gamecocks notched a 17-13 victory over the Tar Heels back in 2015 as one-point favorites that are neutral-site.
That victory took place in the exact identical place where they will compete on Saturday, Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, North Carolina.
An individual would need to go all of the way back to 1991 to get a UNC victory over South Carolina but even though that winning series favors the Gamecocks, it should not be taken seriously as all of the players from both squads, such as the 2015 variant, are seeing rather than playing Saturday.
According to the school football odds being coped in all of the best online sportsbooks, we see that the Gamecocks are ranging between 10 and also 11-point favorites as of the midweek writing.
Another trend reclaiming South Carolina is the 6-1 ATS record over the duration of their seven neutral site games compared to the Heels 1-5 ATS mark over the past six competitions that are neutral-site. North Carolina is ATS in their last four matches in August.

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