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Carolina, Clemson Release 2014 Football Signees

Both the University of South Carolina and Clemson University football programs have published their 2014 recruiting classes – marking the conclusion of this year’s National Signing Day.  According to ESPN, Clemson’s class ranks No. 12 in the nation while the Gamecocks’ class ranks No. 19. We’ll have a lot to…

Both the University of South Carolina and Clemson University football programs have published their 2014 recruiting classes – marking the conclusion of this year’s National Signing Day.  According to ESPN, Clemson’s class ranks No. 12 in the nation while the Gamecocks’ class ranks No. 19.

We’ll have a lot to say on these young men in the days, weeks, months and years to come, but for now you can access information on the Gamecocks class here and Clemson’s class here.

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GrandTango February 5, 2014 at 8:35 pm

The claim of ‘All-World, Can’t Miss, Blue Chip’ recruits by the media got Tommy Bowden fired at Clemson, when it did not materialize…

Wonder how long it takes for that to happen to Dabo?????…

PS: I think Spurrier takes EXTRA Delight, in taking his lower-ranked guys, and beating the F@*k out of all those great recruits the ESPN and Taternet.com “experts” tells us about…

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Dab0-5winney February 5, 2014 at 9:02 pm

Clem5on actually got better recruiting ranks In all of the last 6 years according to these experts. A bunch of good it did for those last 5 year huh? I suppose the Taters will try to claim somehow this means they have a better team again and still lose (again). My guess the streak hits at least 8 before they finally win.

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Robert February 6, 2014 at 7:28 am

As much as I’d like to see the streak continue on and on, the law of averages says it stops soon. Dabo is actually doing a very good job at Clemson. Better than Bowden did. He just hasn’t been able to solve SOS.

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Dab0-5winney February 6, 2014 at 10:11 am

While I agree he has done well, the same law of averages says his assistants will leave him before too long. Morris is dying for his shot as a head coach, and Venables has turned the D around enough to start getting talked about for a shot somewhere too. Dabo is a good sales person, and a good motivator, but a good coach he is not. With out Morris running the offense for him Clemson doesn’t have what they think they have. We will see what they actually do this coming year. After losing so many key offensive players, I would not expect them to win more than 8-9 games. The Defensive line wont keep them in it that much with out a lot of points. My early predictions that don’t mean much (or anything for that matter) think losses to UGA, FSU, Louisville, USC. They might win one of those but they also have GT in Atlanta this year and haven’t won that game on the road since 2004. If Dabo is going to be a “good” coach he can prove it this year, if he blanks and his staff leaves for better jobs where will he be then?

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TON February 5, 2014 at 9:08 pm

Can you please go back to masturbating to FOX news? Come on. Where are the obligatory links to Hilter, Obama, and liberals?

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