ESPN: What we learned in the ACC


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From Heather Dinich of ESPN:

Clemson won the Atlantic Division. It wasn’t easy, and the Tigers lost their top playmaker and one of the country’s best receivers in the process, as Sammy WatkinsSammy Watkins
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sprained an AC joint in his shoulder during the 31-28 win over Wake Forest. Though the injury isn’t said to be serious, Watkins’ status for Saturday’s game at NC State is uncertain. Clemson’s status, though, has been solidified as the best in the Atlantic Division. The Tigers finished the season with a perfect 7-0 record at home, the first undefeated home season since 1990. It was the third time this season that Clemson had overcome a deficit of 14 or more points (Auburn and Maryland). Clemson is heading to Charlotte.

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