Archive For November 2008

Clemson hoping to turn things around in Boston

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BOSTON — Interim Clemson coach Dabo Swinney looks at the team he inherited from Tommy Bowden and sees a car in need of a gentle tuneup, not a total overhaul.

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Vols-Gamecocks: Match of struggling offenses

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COLUMBIA — Struggling offenses and no running game. This sure doesn’t look like the latest matchup between national championship coaches Steve Spurrier and Phillip Fulmer.

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Razorbacks’ hopes for postseason end with loss to Emerald

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The season ended abruptly Friday night for the Walhalla High School football team, as it lost 29-6 to Emerald, failing to capitalize on an opportunity to advance to the postseason for the first time in five years.

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Seneca fires on all cylinders, pounds Warriors for crucial win

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The Seneca High School football team has gone through this season waiting to break through to the light at the end of the tunnel, which finally came into clear view on Friday night at home against West-Oak.

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Lions pounce on Pickens, finish perfect regular season

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Many former Daniel High School football players came back to watch the Lions’ season finale against Pickens on Friday night, the final regular season football game played at historic Singleton Field. This year’s edition of the Lions gave the alumni a look at what Daniel football was like in its heyday.

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Bulldogs pass their way into playoffs

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On a night when everything was on the line, including their high school football careers, Pendleton High School’s John Michael Gibson and C.J. Gleaton came up big when their teammates needed them the most.

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The ‘dumbing down’ of Clemson football expectations

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For years, one of the biggest complaints issued against our public education system is that educators are “dumbing down” standards in an effort to raise student graduation rates.

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‘Bus of the Future’

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Representatives of the Nova LFS Artic, a 62-foot long, stainless steel bus designed to transport 120 passengers, stopped in Clemson on Friday to provide details of what they call the ‘Bus of the Future’ as well as a riding tour.

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The rise and fall of Bounty Land Finance

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In the coming days, legal notices will be appearing in general circulation newspapers advertising the sale to the highest bidder of Bounty Land Finance, LLC.

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Clemson receives award for traffic safety

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Clemson has received recognition in many areas through the years — including its quality of life, transit service and town-gown relationship with Clemson University.

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