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A Carnegie R1 public research institution, Clemson University is where purpose-driven students, faculty and staff collaborate on projects that impact our state, country and world. Across more than 80 undergraduate majors and 130 graduate degree programs, artists, scientists, authors and engineers begin the work that will define their careers and our culture.

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Get the latest news and information for the Clemson Tigers. 2020 season schedule, scores, stats, and highlights. Find out the latest on your favorite NCAAF teams on CBSSports.com.

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Clemson University is located in the town of Clemson in upstate South Carolina. The university has an undergraduate enrollment of near 20,000, which actually exceeds the population of …

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1.Justin Fields leads Ohio State to Sugar Bowl win over …

The Buckeyes triumphed, 49-28, in the Sugar Bowl to book their ticket to face No. 1 Alabama in the College Football Playoff …

From : Washington Post

2.Clemson bruised Justin Fields’ body, but Ohio State’s QB …

Ohio State quarterback Justin Fields threw for 385 yards and six touchdowns despite constant pain from a big hit in the first …

From : Cleveland.com

3.Justin Fields: Ohio State QB has legendary night after rib …

Dabo Swinney and his ranking of Ohio State will get the headlines, but Friday night belonged to the Buckeyes’ QB.

From : Sports Illustrated

4.Clemson vs. Ohio State score: Buckeyes prove College …

Sporting News tracked live scoring updates and highlights from Clemson vs. Ohio State in the College Football Playoff …

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5.Chris Olave found sweet redemption in Ohio State football …

"One of the more clutch players as a receiver in the history of Ohio State football when you think back on it. What a player …

From : Cleveland.com

6.Clemson football: Tiger dynasty is crumbling in …

The short dynasty of the Clemson football program seems to be crumbling in embarrassing fashion There’s been no doubt who the …

From : Rubbing The Rock

7.Ohio State turns tables on Clemson with big win in Sugar Bowl

After two losses to Clemson in the College Football Playoff semifinals, Ohio State turned the tables on the Tigers to reach …

From : MSN

8.Clemson star QB Lawrence sputters in Superdome again

Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence was on his back, reaching out desperately with his right hand to try to gather in the …

From : Live 5 News

9.Ohio State Stuns Clemson, Setting Up Title Showdown With …

A big performance by Justin Fields sends the Buckeyes to the college football championship against the Crimson Tide, who …

From : Wall Street Journal

10.Ohio State Players Rip Clemson Coach Dabo Swinney on …

Ohio State players reacted to Dabo Swinney’s comments last week ranking the Buckeyes No. 11 in his final coaches poll.

From : Sports Illustrated

11.Clemson football vs. Ohio State: Scoring, photos and reaction

Clemson and Ohio State are back at it again. The No. 2 Tigers face the No. 3 Buckeyes for a third time since 2016 in the …

From : Greenville News

12.No. 3 Ohio State routs No. 2 Clemson 49-28 | West Hawaii Today

Justin Fields threw six touchdown passes to outshine Trevor Lawrence and No. 3 Ohio State avenged last season’s painful …

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1.Memorial Stadium (Clemson)

Clemson Memorial Stadium, popularly known as "Death Valley", is home to the Clemson Tigers, an NCAA Division I FBS football team located in Clemson,

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Memorial Stadium (Clemson)

2.Thomas Green Clemson

Confederate Army and founded Clemson University in South Carolina. Born in Philadelphia, Clemson was the son of Thomas Green Clemson III and Elizabeth Baker

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