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TigerNet Asked by TigerNet
6/21/2016

What do you think? Will Mark Fields step up in 2016?

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Yes IT'S A TIE

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No IT'S A TIE

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Yes

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No

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TigerNet Asked by TigerNet
10/3/2016

Can the Tiger's D shut down Lamar Jackson and the Louisville O?

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Let's hope so! WINNER

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Not looking good!

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Let's hope so!

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Bryson Bolton
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Bryson Bolton

Hope is all we can do ☝🏼️🙏🏼

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Not looking good!

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Will Clemson rush for 150 yards against Louisville?
TigerNet Asked by TigerNet
9/17/2015

Will Clemson rush for 150 yards against Louisville?

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Yes WINNER

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No

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Yes

Will Clemson rush for 150 yards against Louisville?
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Alex Poda
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Alex Poda

The stable of running backs we have will provide a mixture of speed, power, and fresh legs. Throw this in with the success Scott haso been having with the jet sweep due to the blocking and unselfish receivers

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Kyle Walters
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Kyle Walters

There is a lot of talk about Clemson's O-line not being effective against App State but in actuality other than the bad snaps they played pretty well. Most of the issues came from the tight ends missing blocks when App was in uneven fronts. Still Gallman averaged 5.3 ypc.

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Joseph Davidson
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Joseph Davidson

Wayne train... nuff said

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Joey Turner
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Joey Turner

Cause its all about the Tigers!!!

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Ronny Michael Hogan
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Ronny Michael Hogan

New OCs seem to run the ball more than Morris did. I think they will keep pounding away with Gallman to help Watson.

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Josh M. Smith
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Josh M. Smith

The Wayne train baby

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Brandon Mitchell
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Brandon Mitchell

Because Gallman will get the full load this week 125+ on the ground for him.

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Sagan Zavelo
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Sagan Zavelo

It's big for the team

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Ellis Tolbert
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Ellis Tolbert

Multiple competitive running backs = fresh legs throughout the game. Couple that with an effective passing attack, and Clemson EASILY gets 150 yards rushing and possibly more.

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Earl Robertson
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Earl Robertson

Clemson is a physical team.

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Brad Woods
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Brad Woods

Our OL will open up holes

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Bernard Cook
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Bernard Cook

Because Clemson of line will get a big push

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Michael Steely
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Michael Steely

Louisville didn't cover the run very well against auburn

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Brad Todd
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Brad Todd

Between elliot , galman and of course the threat to run in Watson 150 may be low!

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Rob Johnson
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Rob Johnson

Wayne gallman. Nuff said.

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Cortez Brown
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Cortez Brown

Watson Gallmam McCloud and Scott will produce well over 100 yards

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Billy Boozer
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Billy Boozer

I feel like our offensive line will hold up. And I don't think that Scott/Elliott will abandon the run as quickly as Morris would.

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Arm N Hammer
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Arm N Hammer

O-Line 4 Tigers R too poised!!!!!

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Josh Gibson
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Josh Gibson

Wayne Gallman has hit his stride and is running angry and that is dangerous

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Mike Buckley
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Mike Buckley

Elliott has not shown all his cards yet. Wait and see, he will spread them out first and then start running counters, etc. He will also use more of the bigger backs against L'ville like Dye and Fuller.

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Travis Lee Hamrick
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Travis Lee Hamrick

Because Clemson has a stable full of Running Backs and I believe that they've shaken off the rust a bit with those first two warm up games. Not to mention the offense played very vanilla. GO TIGERS!

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Eric Moxley
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Eric Moxley

Watson will be used more on zone reads and open up lanes for running backs

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Kareem Gregg
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Kareem Gregg

With all the running backs and the talent they have there is no reason they shouldn't be able to.

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Glenn Parker
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Glenn Parker

Last year Clemson averaged around 3.5 APR,Average Per Rush. This year we are at 4.2 after 2 games. And yes, I realize who we played. When we average 4.0 yards per rush tomorrow we will win. This, IMO, is the key stat for the entire. If we end the year with over a 4.0 APR...look out!!!

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Steven Marsh
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Steven Marsh

Cause Go Tigers. #WayneTrain #TyeDye

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John Huston
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John Huston

They will have to respect the pass therefore leaving more room to run

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Trae Welborn
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Trae Welborn

The Wayne Train rolls on national TV, and the much-maligned offensive line takes the opportunity to prove it's better than lines of yesteryear. 175yds and 3 tds for the team, Gallman with 109 and 2 scores.

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John Mathis
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John Mathis

Easily! I think the coaches will open up the offense for this game. Watson is will rush for 80 himself. Our RBs only need to combine for 70 yards

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Phil Fogleman
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Phil Fogleman

They have speed and vision, now is there time. All In!!!!

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Gary Windham Jr.
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Gary Windham Jr.

Wayne Gallman is a beast...nuff said

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Robert Antley
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Robert Antley

So that they ignore the pass attack. Watson throws for 600 yards..

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Chris Tollison
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Chris Tollison

I think Gallman is to much of an agrees ive runner right now. He's running purpose and seems more confidant every game.

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Wesley Pierce
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Wesley Pierce

Cause we're going to be in Beast Mode Thursday night, This is Clemson's year!!!

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21%
No

Will Clemson rush for 150 yards against Louisville?
5 Comments
Dallas_texas94
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Dallas_texas94

Louisville's defense is by far the best Clemson has faced. App State was a step up in competition and the O-line struggled. I'm worried to see Clemson try to establish dominance in the trenches. But Watson can shred a secondary and spread the field at any given time which is why Clemson will win.

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Darren Hussey
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Darren Hussey

Our offensive line wasn't impressing me against a less than average defensive line I'm App St. I'm nervous that won't cut it against the "big boys."

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Chris Stroud
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Chris Stroud

Concerned about the O-line communicating. Hopefully they will be more consistent this game but Louisville has a decent D. I do think Clemson will be around the 150 mark.

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Don B Peppers
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Don B Peppers

I think Louisville's front seven will challenge our offensive line. I think Clemson's tackles in particular struggles against Sheldon Rankins.

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