Friday, December 1, 2017

This May Make You Feel Better as a Gamecock

My boss at work sent this to me in an email. It makes a lot of sense!

This might make USC fans feel better about the loss…. You didn’t lose to some cow poke team from Pickens County… you lost to the new leader in College Football….

One ESPN college football analyst thinks that Clemson is overtaking Alabama as the sport's dynasty team.

ESPN College Game Day host Rece Davis and college football host Kirk Herbstreit met with the media in the press box at Bank of America Stadium Friday to preview Saturday's ACC Championship between Clemson and Miami.

Davis said, “you could make the argument that Clemson is taking over the sport as the premier dynasty,” Davis told a small group of media members. “Alabama has been longer, but if they (Clemson) can win they will win their third straight ACC Championship, go to the playoff for the third straight year and have the chance to go to back-to-back-to-back national championships for the third straight year.”

Herbstreit reiterated what his colleague said, but added that despite what national college football fans might think, Clemson’s run is nothing new as the Tigers have been ascending the college football landscape since 2012.  “I've had a front-row seat to watch this and the behind the scenes with Dabo and this team and watching them go from kind of the outside to being now in that upper tier,” Herbstreit said. “I think they have to be right there, not just the last two years. Really, this goes back to them beating LSU in a bowl game. Just go back and look at the names of the schools that they've beaten and the conferences in which they play in. How can you not put Clemson among the elite?  Whether they win or lose this game, they're already at that top tier in the country.”

Just remember who the state belongs to!

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