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Panthers waste Williams' 4 TDs in overtime loss

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. â€" The NFC road to the Super Bowl will run through the Meadowlands because the New York Giants did what you have to do in bad weather â€" run the ball.

Kinder, gentler Ball Coach?

COLUMBIA â€" Maybe it's because of the holiday season. Or maybe it's because he's maturing in his golden years.

Clemson recruiting getting back on track

The coaching transition from Tommy Bowden to Dabo Swinney stalled Clemson's recruiting efforts for a few weeks, but the Tigers are getting back to normal now and have a shot at commitments from three prospects who will make decisions over the next two weeks.

Undefeated Tigers roll in ACC opener

CORAL GABLES, Fla. â€" K.C. Rivers scored 28 points and No. 25 Clemson easily overcame an early 12-point deficit on the way to beating Miami, 91-72, on Sunday night in the Atlantic Coast Conference opener for both teams. Terrence Oglesby added 17 points for the Tigers (12-0, 1-0), who kept pace with No. 3 Pittsburgh for Division I's best record this season. Pitt stayed perfect by beating Florida State earlier Sunday.

Rays come up short

Charlotte â€" Paul Kelly scored the game's first goal in the third period Sunday night to give South Carolina the lead, but the Stingrays eventually fell in a shootout, 2-1, to the Charlotte Checkers at the Time Warner Cable Arena.

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