Tuesday, September 30, 2003

Clemson putting it all on the line

Clemson's offensive line, a question mark entering the season, has shown real improvement over the past three games, according to this story. It's helped the running game come around, and allowed quarterback Charlie Whitehurst to rack up some impressive numbers.

AN 'A' IN CHEMISTRY: Defensive back Jamaal Fudge says the Tigers have kept their strong team chemistry even in the face of some early-season adversity. That's good to hear. I was afraid the finger-pointing would get out of hand after the Georgia debacle.

FILLING BIG SHOES: The Anderson Independent-Mail has a story about receivers coach Dabo Swinney, who has done a fine job replacing the departed, and beloved, Rick Stockstill.

NOTEBOOK TIME: The Greenville News; The Anderson Independent-Mail; The State.

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