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Notebook: Davis Surprised by Call

CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. – Clemson was only 25 yards from being in Jad Dean's field goal range in the final minute, but the Tigers opted to play it safe and head into overtime.

Not only were all of the media in the press box surprised by that decision, but so was Tigers star tailback James Davis. "I was really wondering why we didn't call a timeout," he said. "I thought if we called a timeout and get a really good play called, but once again, I was kind of lost." There was also an odd circumstance in the first overtime when Clemson had the ball at the 3. Instead of...

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