Ah, there you are Clemson. We've been looking for you. The old, familiar Clemson that loses games it's not supposed to lose.
Like this one.
Just when you think you've seen it all -- I remind you that Clemson was one of Maryland's two losses in the Terps 2-10 season in 2009 -- you still can't believe what you're seeing. Clemson quarterback Tajh Boyd has been one of the ACC's most turnover-free quarterbacks this year, but his pick-six in the first quarter game the Terps a 14-3 lead.
For Maryland, quarterback C.J. Brown has replaced Danny O'Brien. And he's showing us why. He's run for a touchdown and thrown for another.
I'm not ready to count Clemson out just yet. It's too close, and Clemson has too much to lose. (You know, kinda like Georgia Tech.)
But if they lost this game, would Clemson fans really be surprised?
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