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Clemson Report: Cover Jacoby Ford

Eric has Maryland stories planned for the newspaper for the next two days and obviously will be all over here. Meantime, here's the skinny on Saturday's opponent. In our paper, Steve Yanda took a look at the Tigers' offensive line problems that have been discussed here. But before getting to eager to blitz with abandon with a banged-up secondary, remember that Jacoby Ford can be dangerous.

Looking at the big picture, the Post and Courier in Charleston gives us Five Reasons Clemson Will Succeed and Five Reasons It Won't. I'd be interested in readers' versions of the same for Maryland.

Finally, it's always funny/interesting/frightening to see what someone else thinks of you, so here's the take on Maryland from Greenville, S.C., which seemed alarmed that Terps fans would be upset in the wake of the loss at Middle Tennessee State. No doubt the Clemson message boards were fonts of emotional balance after the Tigers' season-opening loss to Alabama.

By Matthew Rennie  |  September 25, 2008; 8:17 AM ET
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Comments

clemson is always tough to beat in death valley. I think the rain will help the terps.

We will really see if cosh is worth his money!!!! The offensive line is the key to any team usc, osu .If you control the line of scrimmage you win

thanks

Posted by: terp 75 | September 25, 2008 10:09 AM | Report abuse

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