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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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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 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.

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The Tigers might not play in a close game until the College Football Playoff, where the sport's other giants will await. That's not for several months, though. In the meantime, Clemson will aim to smooth out whatever rough edges remain.

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The No. 1 Tigers are simply on another level than most of the nation, and that was apparent by the end of their 24-10 win over No. 12 Texas A&M at Death Valley.

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The Tigers didn't allow the Yellow Jackets to score until the third quarter Thursday and forced four turnovers in 54-14 the victory. 

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Clemson's police chief and associate vice president for public safety, has teamed up with the university's communications department to provide social media monitoring before, during and after all seven 2019 home football games, starting Thursday when the Tigers open the season against Georgia Tech.

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Some students come to Clemson for the esteemed College of Business. Some come for the in-state tuition. And some come for the school spirit, a gloriously contagious energy that traces back to the football team's massive success — as does the athletic department's rising annual revenue. 

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Gene Sapakoff column: The best way for South Carolina football fans to annoy smug Clemson fans? Send postcards from wonderful summer trips impoverished Clemson fans can't afford to take after spending all their money traveling to Santa Clara, Dallas, Phoenix, New Orleans, Tampa and Miami for mere football games these last four years.