ESPN Bowl Projection for Clemson


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McCloud had 8 catches for 80 yards against Wofford
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ESPN has released its Week 1 Bowl Projections on Tuesday morning for the 2015-2016 College Football season.

Clemson was projected in the 2015 Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl vs. an at-large team in Atlanta, Georgia on Dec. 31 at the Georgia Dome.

Other ACC bowl projections include Notre Dame (Fiesta Bowl), Florida State (Russell Athletic Bowl), Georgia Tech (Tax Slayer Bowl), North Carolina State (Belk Bowl), Virginia Tech (Pinstripe Bowl), Louisville (Sun Bowl), Pittsburgh (Quick Lane Bowl), North Carolina (Military Bowl), Duke (Independence Bowl), and Miami (St. Petersburg Bowl).

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