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Eric Sprott: A parting shot to remember

Submitted by rtinsley on January 4, 2014 – 1:25 amNo Comment
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When Tajh Boyd threw an interception with 1:27 to play Friday night — or Saturday morning, more like — against Ohio State, there was a resounding sentiment amongst Clemson fans other than sheer terror over Ohio State getting the ball back in position to go down the field and win the game.

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