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Amari Rodgers caught a pair of touchdown passes from quarterback Trevor Lawrence in the Tigers' 41-6 rout at Syracuse, finishing with four receptions for 121 yards, after catching just two passes for 6 yards in his return against Texas A&M the previous week. He beamed afterwards.

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Coach Dabo Swinney said the Tigers are still a "work in progress." The rest of the nation has no interest in seeing Clemson at its peak. 

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Linebackers Isaiah Simmons, Chad Smith and James Skalski stood tall, recording a combined 27 tackles and guiding the Tigers to a 41-6 victory at Syracuse. 

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The Citadel's Jacob Godek booted a 37-yard field goal in overtime and The Citadel won for the first time over an ACC foe, upsetting 27-point favorite Georgia Tech, 27-24, on Saturday in Atlanta.

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During Mike Mooneyham's half-century around the pro wrestling business, he has crossed paths with some of the greatest athletes and performers in the industry, including Burrhead Jones.

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MOUNT PLEASANT — Missing a game last week due to Hurricane Dorian did nothing to slow the roll of the Fort Dorchester Patriots. The state’s third-ranked team in Class AAAAA cruised past Wando on Friday night 51-10.

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GOOSE CREEK — Working around their own early miscues, the Goose Creek Gators forced three turnovers and blocked a punt in the first half to gain the traction they needed to eventually win by 28-10 over visiting West Ashley on Friday at John Fulmer Field.

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As volatile as his nickname suggests, Manny “Raging Bull” Fernandez became a well-known performer in the mid-1980s. The Post and Courier’s Mike Mooneyham phrased it best in a 2013 article in which he portrayed the Bull as having “lived the gimmick.” 

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The true freshman has earned comparisons to former Clemson defensive lineman Dexter Lawrence, a first-round draft pick for the New York Giants. 

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The clock was ticking. Clemson receiver Amari Rodgers' targeted return date of Sept. 7 was fewer than 48 hours away, and he had cleared every hurdle except for one since suffering a torn ACL in his right knee March 25.