Clemson Is College Football’s New Juggernaut After Dominant Win over Miami

CHARLOTTE, NC - DECEMBER 02:  Justin Foster #35 of the Clemson Tigers leads a tackle of Malik Rosier #12 of the Miami Hurricanes during the ACC Football Championship at Bank of America Stadium on December 2, 2017 in Charlotte, North Carolina.  (Photo by Mike Comer/Getty Images)Mike Comer/Getty Images

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — You could pick a play, perhaps one of the five touchdowns or one of three forced turnovers, and declare it the moment Clemson’s 38-3 destruction of Miami in the ACC Championship Game began.

In truth, however, it started much earlier than that. It began when the teams shared the Bank of America Stadium field in warm-ups Saturday, when Clemson’s next batch of talent, a group that wasn’t supposed to be this good this quickly, looked the part of college football’s most dominant force.

It wasn’t Alabama, the greatest given of the past five years and the constant engine driving the sport. At least not Saturday night. It was the team that conquered the Crimson Tide on the grandest stage imaginable only to position itself for yet another run 11 months later. 

This was a rebuilding year, they said. This was a bridge year to another run.

But there was starting quarterback Kelly Bryant, a

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