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    CLEMSON vs Texas A&M

    I'll get this rolling ~

    To beat Texas A&M we need to out score them.
    "Duh!", you say as that is true in any game.

    Two years go the deal was Clemson and Watson could put up a lot of points in any game. The offense was great. They out scored teams.

    Last year, less offense with Bryant, so the defense had to hold point production from opponents lower. The "D" came through and then some.

    I believe if Clemson can score 30 at A&M -> they win. That would be easy for the Watson/Williams team.
    Going there with young recievers and Bryant is?
    Will Clemson rely on the running game there? I believe they will.

    30 points is a lot against a good team. If we run and keep the ball, only need 20.
    As the Tiger deal is uptempo these days --?

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    A&M will be fired up to the max in this one. A chance to knock off #1 at home is exciting for them and they will be ready to roll! Clemson is for real and they should certainly win but it does make you a little nervous.

    Look at this link about the stadiums and how they rank in difficulty!

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2472873-10-toughest-college-football-stadiums-to-play-in#slide1

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    Yea, stadiums get ranked often. It is fun. Your post is just what Greg Wallace thinks. He probably has not been to every stadium, probably not even all of those he wrote about.
    He writes a lot of silly articles and gets paid to do so.
    Apparently he has never been to a game between the hedges at Georgia or been to a game at Florida State.

    http://bleacherreport.com/users/2875985-greg-wallace

    The toughest place to play is where a good home team resides.
    It is very true that many teams have a better home field advantage than others. Playing on the road is always tougher.
    If this game were at Clemson, the Vegas line would be different.
    Kyle Field is the largest stadium in Texas and the SEC. The fans are knowledgeable and into the game.

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