On Friday night, college football fans will get to watch as Clemson Tigers and Syracuse Orange battle on the gridiron. The game features the second-ranked and undefeated Tigers looking to add another win to their season total. For the Orange, an upset victory would be huge for this ACC team tonight. Here are the latest details on tonight's game, including start time, TV Channel, live streaming and Clemson vs. Syracuse 2017 game odds.

NCAA game preview

When the No. 2 Clemson Tigers take the field on Friday night, they could be without their starting quarterback.

Kelly Bryant suffered an ankle injury in the team's victory last week and it was unknown if he'd be returning to the lineup tonight. Filling in for Bryant if he doesn't play will be freshman quarterback Hunter Johnson. The first-year player came in as the top prep quarterback for 2016 per ESPN's ratings. Clemson is a perfect 5-0 so far this season and enters this game after a 28-14 victory over Wake Forest.

The Syracuse Orange will host tonight's game and have a 3-3 record so far this season with a 1-1 mark in conference play. They're coming off their first conference win, 27-24 over the Pittsburgh Panthers. The team has also played one ranked opponent, former No. 25 LSU, and lost to them 35-26 this season.

Syracuse will be led by quarterback Eric Dungey, who has racked up 1,802 passing yards, nine touchdowns, and four interceptions on 168-for-261 completed passes.

In terms of the odds for tonight's game, Odds Shark lists the visiting Clemson Tigers are huge 24-point favorites on the spread. For sportsbooks offering moneyline prices such as Intertops, the price on Clemson is a whopping -2500 while Syracuse is at +1000 as the underdog.

Tonight's over/under points total is about 58 or 58.5 points for the complete game.

How to watch it live

Game Time for the Clemson Tigers vs. Syracuse Orange is scheduled for 7 p.m. Eastern Time. This game will be offered exclusively for televised viewers on the ESPN network. Cable and satellite subscribers can also see the game on live stream online feed through the WatchESPN website or mobile apps.

Additionally, SlingTV channel streaming service offers ESPN as part of its basic channel package Sling Blue, or as part of the "Sports Extra" add-on with Sling Orange. All new customers can visit Sling.com website to sign up for a one-week free trial and begin enjoying the various streaming channels including ESPN for tonight's NCAA football game.