Wednesday, November 13, 2013
CLEMSON, S.C. (AP) -- No. 8 Clemson has another chance in the national spotlight -- and doesn't want to blow it like last time.
The Tigers (8-1, 6-1 Atlantic Coast Conference) hold their first Thursday night game at home in 11 years when they take on Georgia Tech (6-3, 5-2). It was a month ago when college football last centered on Death Valley and the ACC's first top-five showdown in eight years when Florida State came to town.
Instead of a shootout, it was a Florida State beatdown with the `Noles scoring the most points ever by an opponent at Clemson in the 51-14 loss that cost Clemson a shot at the ACC title.
Defensive tackle DeShawn Williams said the Tigers owe the fans and are ready to make amends against Georgia Tech.
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