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Clemson clearly the class of the ACC in football ... who can challenge them, and why?
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RE: Clemson clearly the class of the ACC in football ... who can challenge them, and why?
Syracuse has the offense to outscore Clemson. Tommy DeVito is under center, has a cannon, accuracy, and zip. He is faster on a ruin but not as shifty as Eric Dungey. We also get our RB (the OU transfer!) who is the real deal. Defensively, the D-Line will be good, DBs will be great, the LBs will be the unknown; Sunshine will have to earn a victory.

This by no means guarantees a win, but with the Tigers graduating many starters and SU catching them in week 3 in the Dome (who could imagine TAMU as a trap game for Clemson?), there are few teams that can match up with Clemson as well.

Miami and FSU have the talent but the coaching has not proved itself at either school, yet. I am not convinced anyone else is close enough, yet, to stand toe to toe with Clemson.


For the record, I am leaning towards Clemson winning the ACC, the above is simply a response to the OP.
05-10-2019 10:24 PM
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