Clemson: A team that doesn't quit anymore (plus: S.C. college football roundup)

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By all accounts, Clemson's becoming a much different team than it was in the Bowden era. 

Under Dabo Swinney it's a team that doesn't quit, whether it be a 1-2 start in the ACC or a 6-17 score early in their game against Florida State.

No, the team stuck with it and it won against Florida 40-24 and now leads the ACC Atlantic 4-2. Now what was seemingly impossible earlier this season could happen: Clemson could be int ACC championship.

To that effect, ESPN has a nice piece on Clemson's changing dynamic and a nice write-up of the game (including video and stats.) 

In other news

  • USC had a disappointing game against Arkansas, losing 33-16. Write-up, stats, video.
  • CSU beat Presbyterian 46-32. Write-up, stats.
  • The Citadel netted their 11th straight loss against Wofford before 15,155 in Charleston. The score was 43-17. Write-up.

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