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2014 South Carolina vs Clemson

South Carolina saw its school-record five-game winning streak in the Palmetto Bowl rivalry snapped by a group of elite freshmen as Clemson prevailed at home, 35-17.

The Tigers (9-3) accumulated nearly 500 yards of total offense, led by 191 yards rushing from Wayne Gallman, 185 yards receiving from Artavis Scott and a solid effort through the air by DeShaun Watson.

Against the nation’s top-ranked defense, the Gamecocks (6-6) struggled to match Clemson’s physicality up front, giving up four sacks and a season-high 13 tackles for loss. Bednarik finalist Vic Beasley’s sack-and-strip of quarterback Dylan Thompson in the second quarter led to a Gallman 5-yard touchdown run — the Tigers’ first points off turnovers against South Carolina in six years.

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