Chick-fil-A Bowl: Final Short Lists for Selection Sunday
In the ACC (in alphabetical order)
Despite the slip up against rival South Carolina, the Tigers finished at 10-2 (7-1 ACC) with a #14 national ranking. This marks the 9th time Clemson has recorded a 10+ win season and this year’s squad was certainly fun to watch. Of note this year was the Tigers’ 7-game winning streak, their nationally sixth-ranked scoring offense at 42.3 points per game and the stand-out play of quarterback Tajh BoydTajh Boyd
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In the SEC (in alphabetical order)
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