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Flawed win raises concerns

College football poll voters - some of them, not all of them – have a bad habit.

Because coaches and writers are typically busy at stadiums on Saturdays, many look at final scores and a few highlights, rather than deeper looks at the games themselves, to make their determination on which teams rise and fall. It's a lazy practice – and one that will help Clemson this week. On the surface, the No. 9 Tigers' 40-27 win at Maryland showed the offense had shed some of the woes...

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