Rutgers vs. Clemson: How to watch live streams, TV channels, NCAAB start times

Who’s playing?

Clemson @ Rutgers

Current record: Clemson 5-2; Rutgers 3-3

What to know

Rutgers Scarlet Knights will take on the Clemson Tigers at 9 p.m. ET on Tuesday at Jersey Mike’s Arena. Clemson should still ride high after victory, while the Scarlet Knights will find a way to the right of the ship.

RU closed but no cigars this past Saturday when they fell 85-83 to the Massachusetts Minutemen. Despite the loss, RU has seen some of their players rise to the challenge and have remarkable performances. center Clifford Omoruyi, who has 16 points out of eight boards, is the best of the equivalent tables.

Meanwhile, the sound you heard last Friday was the sheer blow Clemson put on the Charleston Southern Buccaneers. Among those leading the Clemson attack were the guards Nick Honor, who had 17 points and seven assists.

Barring any whistle-blowers, the Scarlet Knights are expected to win a tight contest. They have lost to bettors playing odds on their previous four games, so buyers beware.

RU is currently 3-3 while the Tigers sit at 5-2. Two offensive stats to watch: RU can only knock out 40.30% of their shots, which is the 49th lowest goal ratio in college basketball. Clemson’s offense has more to brag about, as they enter the competition boasting the 15th highest on-court goal percentage in college basketball of 50.40%. We’ll see if their 10.10% advantage translates into a win.

How to watch

  • When: Tuesday at 9 p.m. ET
  • Where: Jersey Mike’s Arena – Piscataway, New Jersey
  • TV: ESPN2
  • Streaming online: fuboTV (Free trial. Regional restrictions may apply.)
  • Monitor: CBS Sports App
  • Fare: $12.99

The odds

Scarlet Knights is a 1.5 point light opponent compared to Tigers, according to the latest information college basketball odds.

The odds providers have been matching the betting community on this match, as the game opens with a spread of 1.5 points and is right there.

Top / Bottom: -110

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Series History

Rutgers and Clemson both have a win in their last two games.

  • March 19, 2021 – Rutgers 60 vs Clemson 56
  • November 26, 2015 – Clemson 76 vs Rutgers 58

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