TigerNet Talk Podcast #54

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It's rare that a matchup this early in the ACC schedule can cause such worry for
Tiger fans. Unfortunately, having lost to Maryland, this game becomes a must win
after only playing two conference games. A loss in this game and the Tigers will
have too much ground to make up in order to get to Tampa. From this point
forward, Clemson will need to be flawless in their execution if they expect to
play for the conference title.

The Tigers face Wake Forest, known for years as an ACC bottom dweller, but
having emerged the past few seasons, they now adorn the bullseye once
frequently worn by our boys. Wake Forest comes in owning an ACC title from 2006
and finishing one game from a return trip just one season ago. Led by Riley
Skinner and Josh Adams, Wake Forest looks to continue thier run at the ACC
title game.

Will the Tigers and Coach Tommy Bowden get the wheels on straight and pull
themselves out of their early season rut, or will this team continue to have
fans talking about, "What could have been?"

This week El Swann® previews the upcoming showdown in Winston-Salem and the
overall look of the conference.

Thanks for listening and Go Tigers.

El Swann®


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