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The Clemson Tigers enjoyed yet another successful season in 2013, finishing the regular season at 10-2 overall, and capturing their first ever BCS Bowl victory over the Ohio State Buckeyes in the Orange Bowl. Can they repeat in 2014?

By SI Wire
August 25, 2014

The Clemson Tigers finished the regular season at 10-2 overall and won their first BCS Bowl over Ohio State in the Orange Bowl. 

This year, head coach Dabo Swinney and the Tigers need to replace quarterback Tajh Boyd and wide receiver Sammy Watkins, who left for the NFL. Senior Cole Stoudt will start at quarterback, but freshman Deshaun Watson could see time under center as well. 

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8/30 Georgia (A)

09/06 South Carolina State (H)

09/20 Florida State (A)

09/27 North Carolina (H)

10/04 North Carolina State (H)

10/11 Louisville (H)

10/18 Boston College (A)

10/25 Syracuse (H)

11/06 Wake Forest (A)

11/15 Georgia Tech (A)

11/22 Georgia State (H)

11/29 South Carolina (H)

- Jack Jorgensen

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