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5 reasons for Tigers' recent dominance

COLUMBIA â€" Clemson's recent dominance in the South Carolina series evokes both respect and confusion. With the exception of that 63-17 beating back in 2003, and maybe the 48-21 game in 1997, the meetings have mostly been close, fourth-quarter affairs. And, overall, it's not as if the talent chasm has been all that wide.

S.C. State opens FCS vs. App St.

By winning the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference championship, South Carolina State earned an automatic bid in the Football Championship Subdivision playoffs.

High noon: Lot on line for Clemson

Clemson running back James Davis thought about the question for a moment and couldn't resist a smile.

Junior swimmers Hornikel, Kluttz out-touch pool foes for top honors

Stratford swimmer Bjoern Hornikel admits it's hard following in his brother's wake. Older brother Armin won state championships last fall in the 100-yard freestyle and the 100 breaststroke, in which he set a state record.

Falcons power past Panthers

ATLANTA â€" Michael Turner handled the power game, lowering his head and ramming into would-be tacklers time after time. Harry Douglas turned up the speed, finishing off Carolina with an electrifying dash to the end zone.

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