TCI Game Day - Palmetto Bowl

TCI Game Day - Palmetto Bowl


TCI Game Day - Palmetto Bowl


CLEMSON – It’s Game Day in Death Valley where the Tigers host South Carolina.





Location: Memorial Stadium (Death Valley)

Kickoff:  12:01 PM

Television:   ESPN

2014 Record: Clemson  3-3  South Carolina 6-5

ACC Record: Clemson 6-2

Series History: Clemson leads 65-42-4

Last Meeting:  South Carolina 31 Clemson 17 in 2013

Most Wins

Clemson has more wins over South Carolina than they do over any other school.  Ten percent of the Tigers total wins have come against South Carolina.

Swinney Played Against South Carolina

Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney played against South Carolina during his senior year.  Dabo had two receptions for 22 yards in Alabama’s 48-7 victory.

Beasley Leads Active Players

Senior Vic Beasley leads all active players in several categories.  Vic leads active players with 46.5 tackles for loss.  He also leads with 30 sacks.

Looking for Third Shutout

Clemson will be looking for their third shutout of the season Saturday.  The Tigers shutout Georgia State 28-0 and NC State 41-0.

Going for 60

Dabo Swinney is going for his 60th win as Clemson’s head coach Saturday.  Dabo won his 59th against Georgia State setting an ACC record for a coach in his first seven years.

Lawson Sixth Among Sophomores

Shaq Lawson had his tenth tackle for loss this season against Georgia State which is good enough for second on the team behind Vic Beasley.  Lawson is sixth in the nation among active sophomores in tackles for loss with 20.

Turnover Key to Losing Streak

Turnovers are a big reason the Tigers have lost five in a row to South Carolina.  During those five losses Clemson has 15 turnovers to just three for South Carolina.  Over the past four years Clemson has 12 to just one for South Carolina.


TCI Predictions 

Robert – Clemson 34 South Carolina 17

Will – Clemson 24  South Carolina 14

Ed – South Carolina 24 Clemson 17

Hale – South Carolina 13 Clemson 12

Qualk – Clemson 24 South Carolina 20

Kaila – Clemson 24 South Carolina 20



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