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Larry Fedora's recruiting success should begin to show on the field this fall.
Vs. North Carolina: Win 38-28
North Carolina will be one of the more improved teams in the nation in 2014, and the Tigers better watch out in this game.
While Clemson has the edge in experience and talent, the Tar Heels could be a trap game because of the momentum carried over from last season. A year ago, the Tar Heels won six of their last seven games to finish 7-6.
Marquise Williams, who will likely be the starting quarterback, played well at the end of last season, throwing 15 touchdowns and only six interceptions. The Tar Heels also have talented skill players on the offensive side of the ball such as receiver Quinshad Davis and running back T.J. Logan.
This game being at home should make a big difference, and the Tigers should be able to come out of this one victorious if they play like they are capable of. The defense will make enough plays to win.