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Third-ranked Gators humble Gamecocks

GAINESVILLE, FLA. â€" The following are distinct possibilities for South Carolina: Beating Clemson in a couple of weeks. Netting a New Year's Day bowl bid. Winning that bowl game, something that's happened just four times in school history. Landing another top-10 recruiting class come February. All in all, the Gamecocks could easily prove that, with Steve Spurrier running things, they're on the rise.

Third-ranked Gators humble Gamecocks

GAINESVILLE, FLA. â€" The following are distinct possibilities for South Carolina: Beating Clemson in a couple of weeks. Netting a New Year's Day bowl bid. Winning that bowl game, something that's happened just four times in school history. Landing another top-10 recruiting class come February. All in all, the Gamecocks could easily prove that, with Steve Spurrier running things, they're on the rise.

Tigers put it together, dominate Blue Devils

CLEMSON â€" That's more like it. C.J. Spiller had 179 yards of total offense and scored two touchdowns and the Clemson defense stuffed Duke all game as the Tigers cruised to a 31-7 victory over the Blue Devils Saturday afternoon before an announced homecoming crowd of 75,000 at Death Valley.

Temple free throws doom the Cougars

When the game was on the line Saturday, so was Temple, and there was absolutely nothing the College of Charleston could do about it. Trailing and forced to foul late in the game, Charleston watched as the Owls made 10 of 10 from the free-throw line in the final 1:24 to pull out a 70-65 victory in the semifinals of the Charleston Classic at Carolina First Arena. "We obviously didn't play really well, but we had a chance," said Charleston coach Bobby Cremins.

Clemson stops TCU with defense

Clemson has a lot of offensive weapons, but sometimes good team defense can be a weapon as well. The Tigers held TCU to one basket over a stretch of 6:32 late in the second half to subdue the Horned Frogs, 70-58, on Saturday night at Carolina First Arena to advance to today's championship game in the Charleston Classic. "I thought we had a chance to open up the game," said Clemson coach Oliver Purnell. "The first half, I thought they controlled the tempo, but our guys hung in there."










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