ESPN: Why Clemson will win the Atlantic Division

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From ESPN:

Clemson starts spring practices today, and the Tigers do so with arguably the most challenging nonconference schedule in the ACC, but also the most realistic chance at representing the conference as a national title contender. A win over Georgia in the season opener, and they're legit. Coach Dabo Swinney has found a way to bring some consistency to the program, as Clemson has won or tied for the ACC’s Atlantic Division championship in three of the past four seasons. They can do it again.

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