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CLEMSON - At the beginning of each game, Dabo Swinney wants to force the issue. With one of the nation's premier offenses, who could blame him?

"At the beginning of the game we feel like want to take the ball," Swinney said. "I feel like we've got a great quarterback that I trust. I think we have good return people." That's why Swinney instructs his captains to receive if they win the coin toss. "My mentality is that's one more possession for the offense," he said. "We're either going to score or we're going to create great field...

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