Sun Life Stadium is beginning to look like Clemson's home away from home. In 2 games this year, the Tigers outscored opponents 95-17, and judging by first-hand accounts and limited TV angles on the stands, our blood wasn't the only thing that runneth orange.
And what of the Oklahoma defensive front? Clemson's O-line won the point of attack, enabling efforts from Wayne Gallman and Deshaun Watson that will give Mike Stoops nightmares all offseason. Considering Mitch Hyatt's temporary exit and Tyrone Crowder's turf toe injury, this performance was all the more impressive.
While Alabama likely represents yet-tougher competition for Clemson, we can't help but come away enthusiastic about our chances in light of this whole team performance.
Enjoy our recap, and forthcoming preview show mid-week. 2/3rds of the Pawcast team will be tailgating in the RV lot in Glendale, and you're all welcome to come by and raise a glass to this wonderful season. Keep an eye on Twitter for more details.