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THURSDAY SPORTS: Tigers face NC State; Braves ‘Magic Number’ now 2; Norton dies

September 19, 2013

*It’s gameday for the Clemson Tigers. The 3rd-ranked Tigers are in Raleigh to take on North Carolina State on ESPN Thursday night at 7:30. Clemson is favored by 13.5 points. The Tigers won this matchup in Death Valley last season, 62-48. The last time on the road, the Wolfpack collected a 37-13 win, on a Thursday night…

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WEDNESDAY SPORTS: Braves drop two to Nationals; Clemson baseball begins Fall practice; Tigers head to Raleigh

September 18, 2013

*Washington Nationals baseball returned Tuesday, one day after the team’s game against the Atlanta Braves was postponed because of the nearby Washington Navy Yard shooting. The vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff greeted players in the Nationals clubhouse before the game, and handed out Navy caps that manager Davey Johnson and his players…

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TUESDAY SPORTS: 9/28 game times announced; Stadnik honored by SEC; Hollman by SoCon

September 17, 2013

*The time has been set for the Clemson vs. Wake Forest football game to be played on Saturday, September 28 at Memorial Stadium in Clemson. The game, which is Homecoming for the Tigers, is set to kick off at 3:30 PM. *South Carolina and Central Florida will meet at noon ET on Saturday, September 28. The contest…

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MONDAY SPORTS: Tigers hold steady, Gamecocks up one in AP poll; Sunday’s NFL Scores; Braves lose

September 16, 2013

*Clemson had the weekend off, and the Tigers ranking in the latest AP poll held at number three. South Carolina’s 35-25 win over Vanderbilt Saturday night moved them up one spot to 12th in this week’s ranking. The Tigers (2-0) will open ACC play Thursday night on the road against N.C. State. The Gamecocks (2-1,…

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Gamecocks, Paladins win; ‘Bama holds on to beat Aggies

September 15, 2013

At Williams-Brice Stadium in Columbia, the South Carolina Gamecocks scored on their first-four possessions as Connor Shaw threw for three touchdowns and Jadeveon Clowney forced a third-quarter fumble Saturday night to aid in a 35-25 win over SEC East foe Vanderbilt. The win was the 13th straight at home for the Gamecocks, who are tied with Georgia for the…

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Dillingham, Oglesby, help Daniel race past Columbia

September 13, 2013

Clemson commit Jae’lon Oglesby rushed for 162 yards on 14 carries and found the endzone one time in Daniel’s 49-6 win over the Columbia Capitals Friday night. Oglesby rushed for 143 first-half yards in WGOG’s Game of the Week, and was played only sparingly in the early stages of the third quarter. That is when…

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College Football: UGA rebounds; Clemson rolls; Furman loses

September 8, 2013

In college football on Saturday: At Sanford Stadium in Athens, Aaron Murray threw for 309 yards and four touchdowns, Georgia’s beleaguered defense finally came up with a stop, and the 11th-ranked Bulldogs defeated No. 6 South Carolina 41-30 for an early edge in the Southeastern Conference East. At Memorial Stadium in Clemson, quarterback Tajh Boyd and backup…

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THURSDAY SPORTS: Bobcat JV opens tonight; Furman set for trip to Conway; NFL gets underway tonight

September 5, 2013

*The Seneca Bobcat JV football team will open the 2013 season at home Thursday night. The young Bobcats will host Easley. The game is set to kickoff at 6:00 PM. *Furman continues its early season road stretch this Saturday when it travels to Conway to take on the Coastal Carolina Chanticleers. Kickoff at Brooks Stadium…

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WEDNESDAY SPORTS: Clemson gets highest ranking since ’88; ACC honors for Tigers; Boyd leads Heisman talk

September 4, 2013

*Clemson is ranked fourth by The Associated Press and fifth in the USA Today Coaches poll this week. It is the highest ranking for the Clemson program by the Associated Press since September 12, 1988 when the Tigers were ranked third by AP. The Tigers also received a first-place vote this week by the Associated…

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BREAKING: Bartee found guilty; sentence handed down

September 3, 2013

The jury in the trial of James Bartee have handed down a verdict of guilty and the former Secret Service Agent and one time candidate for Oconee County Sheriff has been sentenced to five years in prison and must undergo psychiatric treatment. The verdict was announced just before 2:00 PM Tuesday after the jury deliberated…

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