ESPN‘s Chris Low Says That Clemson “Owns The SEC”
John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports
Yes, Clemson is a new powerhouse in college football. Yes, Clemson has beat Bama. But "owning the SEC"...? ESPN‘s Chris Low has a new article naming college football’s “schedule superlatives” where he says that Clemson “owns the SEC”...
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For the second straight season, Clemson has two nonconference games against SEC foes — Texas A&M at home and South Carolina on the road. Dabo Swinney is 13-5 against SEC teams since the start of the 2012 season, which includes five wins over South Carolina, three wins over Auburn, two wins over Alabama and wins over Georgia, LSU and Texas A&M.


(ESPN/The Spun)
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Dabo just owns Saban
Reply4 months
Dabo just owns Saban
Reply4 months
We abolished slavery in this country. So no Clemson doesn’t own shit
Reply4 months
Lotta replies here from sec “fans”. Must be a popular subject since it’s obviously true. Love the reporting. Clemson belongs more on this board than 90% of all SEC teams. Minus Alabama and ole miss of course
Reply4 months
They taking an arse whipping in September. Aggies ain't skewered of them@
Reply4 months
Clemson does own the SEC..? Why is this a story?
Reply4 months
Vandy just hit another home run.
Reply4 months
THey do, and until we beat the gumps we ain't in the conversation, sadly.
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Ok, no. You know how Clemson always has to sneak out a win or two in the ACC every year? Well i have to believe those would be loses against an SEC team. Yeah, even the best SEC teams have close games, but it is against superior talent to what Clemson is dealing with week in and week out. The best SEC teams survive a gauntlet of a schedule full of worthy opponents week after week. They do not have 3 or 4 weeks of powder puffs to recover before their next big game... Attrition plays a part in this equation. How many times has LSU been mentally and physically decimated by bama and had a "hangover" the next week. Clemson never has to deal with that until they are already in the playoffs/championship.
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"They do not have 3 or 4 weeks of powder puffs to recover before their next big game... " lmao, right! The 4 OOC FCS teams SEC teams play plus the arkansas, Ole Miss, Vandy, South carolina, Mizzou, and Tennessee games are just BRUTAL!
4 months
A more accurate statement would be: "As of now, Clemson owns Alabama."
Reply4 months
I blame Les. That 2012 Peach Bowl started this crap.
Reply4 months
Les threw on all three downs to try to seal the 2012 peach bowl win. that should have been Zach's last game because he should have started the 1/9/12 game.
4 months
Chris Low sucks.
Reply4 months
He's a Low baller.
4 months
I gotta get me some of that ostarine
Reply4 months
Low is dumb. Alabama is 57-5 over the same time span vs the SEC including 6-0 in the post season. Also Clemson's record vs Bama is 2-2, so let's not forget the losses.
Reply4 months
He said SEC, not Bama.
4 months
who won 2014 UGA, Clemson game?
Reply4 months
Who's won 2 national championships since that game?
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I mean they're really good right now, they're supposed to be owning everybody right? But the rest of the ACC is complete garbage regardless and everybody knows it.
Reply4 months
I always thought Chris Low was a fat arse and a dumb ass. Nothing written here has changed my mind.
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IF Clemson and LSU swapped schedules this year, LSU would be in the playoffs and Clemson would not. FACT. Anyone can win a game, or several. It's the fact that you have to do it nearly every week that's difficult.
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So if we swapped schedules, Clemson would've lost to Alabama 29-0 & LSU would've beat them 44-16? Nothing to do with personnel or coaching or a team's fight & will to win; everything to do with schedules? That's ridiculous.
4 months
truth
4 months
I remember SC having five wins in a row over Dabo 2009-2013
Reply4 months
And now Clemson has 5 in a row over Scar, going for 6 this year
4 months
Clemson also owns the ACC, Big Ten, Big 12, and Pac 12 at the moment.
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