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TNET: Memorable moments: Most dominant performances in Clemson history

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Posted: Jul 3, 2020 2:34 PM
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Memorable moments: Most dominant performances in Clemson history

Looking at the most dominant performances from Tiger football spanning from the early 1900s to more recently. Full Story »



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Posted: Jul 3, 2020 2:53 PM
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There could easily have been a lot more in recent history if Dabo had chosen to play the game that way. A figure that we rarely mention is the number of players who get to play in meaningful games for the Tigers. I would be very surprised if there is any team who is a close second.


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Posted: Jul 3, 2020 4:18 PM
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Best one was the Alabama game just because it made so many SEC fans cry.


In reverse, the Tigers got blown out by West Virginia and that brought on the hiring of probably the best DC in the country who is fun to watch. So, the loss sucked, but it turned into a good thing.


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Posted: Jul 3, 2020 7:28 PM
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I'm going with the Bama game as well since the competition was much tougher than the coots and the other teams.

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I watched the 2011 Clemson-Maryland game last night. Kevin Steele was the DC. Maryland's QB was picking us apart with the zone read. One of the commentators, I believe it was Brian Griese, kept saying over and over that our defense couldn't figure it out. Thankfully, Tajh Boyd and our offense keep scoring on their defense.

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Missouri Came To Clemson...... ---

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Posted: Jul 3, 2020 6:18 PM
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......and got their black and gold colors blown right off of them. It was so bad....ABC cut the game broadcast to prepare for another.


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I will enjoy these posts once we know we will have football in the FALL. Who gives a #### about anything football related if our governor doesn't grow a pair? And as a teacher, I am willing to be locked up for protesting over this. McMaster needs someone to set him straight. He doesn't have the balls to shut down Myrtle Beach and SC beaches where the virus is spreading, doesn't have the balls to issue an order that we wear masks but pretends to have fake balls to say we won't have football if our numbers don't go down?


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Good call, I go back and watch the highlights of that game every once in a while. Our team came close to knocking off KU as well to go to the Elite Eight.


I have to add, from 1981, the total blowout domination of


Posted: Jul 4, 2020 10:56 AM
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Clemson over Wake Forest. 82-24, and it could have been so, so much worse. I think Danny put in some cheerleaders in the fourth quarter, names that weren't even listed in the program that day.

The biggest thing I remember is The Demon Deacon taking over for The Tiger doing pushups on the backboard after some of the later scores. The Tiger was flat wore out from all the ones he had previously done!

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My top 5:
CU 58 Miami 0
CU 82 Wake Forest 24
CU 30 ND 3
CU 44 Bama 16
CU 31 OH ST 0


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