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4-0, 1st in ACC - Atlantic
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David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer 

To say Brent Venables thinks highly of Bud Foster would be an understatement.

ESPN Stats & Info

Georgia, TCU climb into top 10

The Bulldogs moved up four spots after handling Mississippi State, while the Horned Frogs jumped seven thanks to a win over Oklahoma State. The top five is unchanged, although Alabama garnered seven more first-place votes this week, while Clemson lost seven.

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Recruiting Insiders: Week 4 recruiting news

Many of the top college football teams were on the road, but Georgia got a big win in front of the No. 1 overall recruit and TCU's upset of Oklahoma State has its stock rising.

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Power Rankings Week 4: Clemson holds steady

A post-Louisville/Auburn letdown is understandable, although Clemson took three quarters to get going against Boston College. Kelly Bryant (140 pass yards, 2 INTs) must be sharper.

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College Football Playoff picks after Week 4

Oklahoma State fell to TCU, and Penn State just survived against Iowa. One team that had no such trouble was Alabama, which solidified its grasp on the top spot, according to our experts.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

ESPN's "College GameDay" is headed to Blacksburg next week for Virginia Tech's home showdown with Clemson. It marks the show's first trip to Virginia Tech since the 2007 season opener. Virginia Tech has hosted the show five times and appeared 13 times, most recently for last year's Battle at Bristol against Tennessee. Clemson will make its 16th appearance and second of the season (Louisville).

David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer 

Clemson CB Trayvon Mullen has a concussion, Dabo Swinney confirmed. Dorian O'Daniel and Mark Fields also left Saturday's game. Swinney said O'Daniel is fine but he's yet to get a report on Fields.

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David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer 

Clemson DE Clelin Ferrell sings the praises of freshman RB Travis Etienne. "He runs like his life depends on it."

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Swinney: We were tested and we responded (2:19)
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Clemson pulls away late to top Boston College (0:51)

David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer 

Three minutes into the fourth quarter, Clemson was on the ropes. Things changed quickly, as the Tigers reeled off 27 straight, led by freshman Travis Etienne, who finished with 9 carries, 113 yards and 2 TDs. Dabo Swinney has insisted he has "three worthy starters" at running back, and Etienne wasn't part of that group. But he's now racked up three 50-yard runs on just 23 carries to perhaps force Swinney's hand.

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Etienne spins and scores again (0:51)
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Choice dives in for the Clemson TD (0:27)
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Overton make a great catch along the sideline (0:22)

David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer 

BC ties the game with a 1-yard TD run, and the natives are getting restless in Clemson. The Tigers have run 24 plays for 85 yards since scoring on a long drive in the second quarter. Clemson's normally explosive offense has just two plays of more than 15 yards — both completions to Hunter Renfrow.

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Dillon ties it with a rushing TD for BC (0:31)
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Swinney: They're just kicking our butt (0:37)
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Bryant gets his 6th rushing TD (0:28)

David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer 

After opening the year behind two veterans on the depth chart, Clemson RBs Tavien Feaster (soph) and Travis Etienne (fr) have electrified the Tigers' run game the last two weeks. They helped key a 13-play, 95-yard drive to give Clemson a 7-0 lead, and the two have combined for 248 yards on 26 carries in their last 6 quarters.

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Bryant stops to take pictures with fans (0:25)

Team Stats

Passing Yards238.363rd
Rushing Yards272.013th
Points For37.8Tied-32nd
Points Against9.33rd

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