Thursday, January 5, 2012

KICK IN THE PANTS: THE TRANSITIVE PROPERTY OF CLEMSON'S CLEMSONING


Stay calm, Sad Clemson Bros. We're about to make this hurt even more for the teams that not only lost to Clemson, but specifically BC, who lost by way of a dismal offense against your defense that gave up 70 points last night.

In the early part of the season, we spent a bit of time dissecting BC's 10-play drive that lasted just under six minutes of clock time in Clemson. Let me show you the image, it may be helpful to see again. We called this the anti-drive:


Here's the kick in the pants from last night's Orange Bowl. There was one span of eight minutes of clock time against Clemson last night (starting with 2:29 left in the second, through the 9:18 mark of the third), West Virginia scored 35 points. Not yards. Points.


This was the ultimate Clemsoning. And now I feel even worse about what happened with our offense last season.

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