Clemson heading to Chick-fil-A Bowl

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COLUMBIA, S.C. - No. 15 Clemson is heading back to the Chick-fil-A Bowl, accepting an invite Sunday to the New Year's Eve game in Atlanta.

The Tigers (9-3) will face Auburn of the Southeastern Conference in a rematch from 11 seasons ago. Auburn took that one, 10-3.

Clemson's last appearance at the Georgia Dome came after the 2003 season when it defeated No. 6 Tennessee, 27-14.

The Tigers have won five of their final six games, closing the regular season with a 23-21 victory over instate rival South Carolina.

Chick-Fil-A Bowl chairman Chuck Fruit says Clemson brings a strong fan base with them in postseason play and expects the same for this year's game.

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patriciathomas 12/03/07 - 11:01 am
As always, the

As always, the Clemson-Carolina game was great...except for the score. Clemson deserves a good bowl game. Wait 'til next year. Go 'Cocks!

politicsnomore 12/03/07 - 12:08 pm

C-L-E-M-S-O........N!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! go tigers go tigers. Fight! fight! figt! gooooooooooooo Tigers!

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