Clemson is favored by more than a touchdown over Wake Forest this weekend in Winston-Salem.

However, the Tigers could be in some trouble according to ESPN college football analyst David Pollack.

Pollack put Clemson on upset alert this weekend against the Demon Deacons. The Tigers have won 13 in a row against Wake Forest, but their offense has been inconsistent to start the year.

“I’m not sold yet on Clemson’s offense,” Pollack said on ‘Get Up’ on Friday morning. “I think they’re better than they were a year ago, but they’re still not elite. And until they show me they’re elite, a team like Wake Forest can have success. They’re going to be at home, which helps their offensive line which is a big deal. But I just think the experience, the playmaking on offense, with Wake Forest, it will absolutely keep them in the game.”

Wake Forest’s offense is led by quarterback Sam Hartman, who has proven to be one of the nation’s best quarterbacks when healthy. The Demon Deacons also have a potential NFL wide receiver in AT Perry.

If Wake Forest is able to move the ball against Clemson’s defense, it could be a close game. The Tigers have one of the top defensive fronts in the country, but have been somewhat vulnerable in the short passing game so far this season. Safety Andrew Mukuba and cornerback Nate Wiggins are also working their way back from injury.

Dabo Swinney has never lost to Wake Forest. The Tigers have won 13 in a row over Wake, with the vast majority of those games being decided by 2+ touchdowns.

Kickoff is at 12 p.m. ET on Saturday.