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A relaxed coach Dabo Swinney, Clemson return to practice

Clemson coach Dabo Swinney is taking a stress-free approach to Fiesta Bowl preparations. He believes his third-ranked Tigers are mentally prepared to continue their strong run into its national semifinal against No. 2 Ohio State in the Fiesta Bowl on New Year’s Eve.

No. 4 Clemson seeking another win vs. rival South Carolina

Clemson coach Dabo Swinney understands what it means to win against rival South Carolina, after all, it probably earned him his job in 2008. Swinney believes it did. He said beating South Carolina as the Tigers interim coach then helped him secure the fulltime job a day later. Now, the fourth-ranked Tigers are looking to stay on track for the College Football Playoff.

Latest playoff rankings look promising for Ohio State

Alabama, Ohio State, Michigan and Clemson held the top four spots in the College Football Playoff rankings for the second straight week and Washington moved up a spot to fifth this week. Wisconsin is sixth in the selection committee rankings released Tuesday night.

Top 25: Mississippi State upsets No. 7 A&M

Mississippi State’s Nick Fitzgerald was hit a few yards shy of the end zone as one, two and then three Texas A&M defenders tried to pull him to the ground.

Watson TDs lift No. 5 Clemson to 42-36 win over Louisville

Deshaun Watson threw for five touchdowns, including two in the final seven minutes, as No. 5 Clemson rallied for a 42-36 victory over No. 3 Louisville after the Tigers lost an 18-point lead to Lamar Jackson and the high-flying Cardinals on Saturday night.

Top 25: Clemson rallies in 4th to avoid upset to Troy

Deshaun Watson threw for three touchdowns and the second-ranked Clemson Tigers avoided a host of mistakes – including an embarrassing early celebration punt-return gaffe by Ray-Ray McCloud that cost a TD – to hold off the pesky visiting Troy Trojans 30-24 on Saturday.

Alabama erupts in fourth quarter for Saban’s fifth title

Alabama does it again, and the dynasty is as good as ever. A daring on-side kick turned the tide in Alabama’s favor and touched off a second-half scoring explosion and the Crimson Tide beat Clemson 45-40 in the national championship on Monday night.