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Gene Sapakoff column: It's not just fantasy football league championships that make this columnist qualified to get South Carolina's offensive coordinator gig; he also called a play for the Gamecocks this season that gained 14 yards, much better than the team average

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Gene Sapakoff column: Tanking for Tua Tagovailoa was a 2020 NFL draft thing until the Alabama quarterback was injured, and now serious quarterback-needy (or exceptionally smart) pro teams should go "all in" on Clemson's Trevor Lawrence for 2021

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Clemson’s self-described “most iconic structure” remains a blight on a great university. The building highlighted by a distinctive clock tower was completed in 1893 and in 1946 was named for a politician widely considered unusually racist even during the heart of a Jim Crow era infamous for institutional segregation.

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Pigskin Picks: Starring Adam Gorlitsky, a paralyzed 32-year-old Wando High School and University of South Carolina graduate who founded igotlegs.org to help bridge the gap between "able-bodied and physically challenged" people, and who plans to do the Charleston Marathon in January.

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Gene Sapakoff column: A close-call in Chapel Hill was the best thing that could have happened to Clemson this season, and the Tigers owe North Carolina head coach Mack Brown a College Football Playoff ring for the fifth consecutive appearance that looks like a lock  

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Gene Sapakoff column: Both South Carolina and Clemson answered real or perceived quarterback injury issues Saturday, with the Gamecocks stunning No. 3 Georgia with backup quarterback Dakereon Joyner coming off the bench and the Tigers' Trevor Lawrence having a great game after a week of shoulder questions