Clemson defensive end Kevin Dodd tackles University of Miami quarterback Brad Kaaya (15) as he passes during the first half of their NCAA college football game on Saturday, Oct. 24, 2015, in Miami Gardens. Clemson won the game 58-0.
Clemson defensive end Kevin Dodd tackles University of Miami quarterback Brad Kaaya (15) as he passes during the first half of their NCAA college football game on Saturday, Oct. 24, 2015, in Miami Gardens. Clemson won the game 58-0. Wilfredo Lee AP
Clemson defensive end Kevin Dodd tackles University of Miami quarterback Brad Kaaya (15) as he passes during the first half of their NCAA college football game on Saturday, Oct. 24, 2015, in Miami Gardens. Clemson won the game 58-0. Wilfredo Lee AP

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