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Unbeaten Clemson enters Top 25 poll

Off to a 10-0 start for the fourth straight season, the Clemson Tigers entered The Associated Press college basketball poll on Monday, replacing defending national champion Kansas at No. 25. This is the third straight season Clemson has been ranked after a seven-year stretch without cracking the Top 25.

Parker making some noise

Freshman quarterback Kyle Parker is certainly making a name for himself as the Tigers prepare for the Gator Bowl. The Jacksonville, Fla., native has been impressive as the Tigers get ready to face Nebraska on New Year's Day, said Clemson coach Dabo Swinney.

Aggies shoot their way past sluggish Bulldogs

The Citadel played basketball Monday night like a team that had been off for eight days while taking semester exams.

Bearcats cool off Bucs

Cincinnati â€" A good defense beats a good offense in most contests, and Cincinnati's defense cooled down a high-scoring Charleston Southern offense on Monday night. The Bearcats, allowing only 59 points per game, limited the Buccaneers to 55 points and 35 percent shooting on their way to a 74-55 win. CSU entered the game averaging 78 points per contest.

Dangerous Panthers strike from all sides

CHARLOTTE â€" After watching DeAngelo Williams and Jonathan Stewart combine for 301 yards rushing and four touchdowns in Carolina's last game, Denver coach Mike Shanahan was determined to slow down one of the running backs in the league's top tandem. Trouble is, putting eight men on the line of scrimmage leaves the dangerous Steve Smith in single coverage.










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