COLLEGE PARK, MD - OCTOBER 15: Andre Branch #40 and Corico Hawkins #42 (R) of the Clemson Tigers celebrate the Tigers' victory over the Maryland Terrapins at Byrd Stadium on October 15, 2011 in College Park, Maryland. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)

Clemson Vs. Maryland Final Score: Tigers Do It Again, 56-45

One way or another, Clemson is going to win a game each Saturday in improbable fashion. The fashion may differ, but it's going to be improbable.

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Clemson Vs. Maryland Final Score: Sammy Watkins Leads 18-Point Comeback

Clemson Tigers freshman Sammy Watkins produced 345 total yards, including what turned out to be the winning, 89-yard kickoff return touchdown, as the Maryland Terrapins surrendered a pair of 18-point leads to lose, 56-45.

This was the game we'd all been waiting for. Clemson is supposed to sneak up and pick off a big win, and it's not that shocking to see them do it more than once. But Clemson is supposed to blow it against lesser competition. And when they trailed by three scores in the second half, everyone assumed this was the game.

Nope. You can't attribute much to Clemson's defense, but Watkins and Andre Ellington (213 yards rushing) and Tajh Boyd (307 total yards, four touchdowns) might mean simply too much firepower for any team in the ACC to combat.

For more on the Terps and their latest uniform choices, head over to Maryland blog Testudo Times. And check out Clemson blog Shakin the Southland for more on the Tigers.

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Clemson Vs. Maryland Score: Fourth-Quarter Comeback Puts Tigers On Top

You'll forgive us, Clemson Tigers fans, for declaring your squad was in the process of pulling a Clemson when it had twice gone down by 18 points to the Maryland Terrapins. You'll forgive us because your team now leads, 42-38, with about 12 minutes to go in College Park.

A beaut from Tajh Boyd to Jaron Brown put the Tigers up on the Terps, Boyd's fourth scoring pass of the game and his third of the second half. Who's talking about a hip pad now?

Amusing to me: Maryland quarterback C.J. Brown's 155 yards rushing is tops among all ball-handlers save Andre Ellington's 160 on the ground.

If Clemson pulls this one out, is it still even possible to pull a Clemson? Would there be an even bigger Clemson down the road for them to pull? So many questions.

For more on the Terps and their latest uniform choices, head over to Maryland blog Testudo Times. And check out Clemson blog Shakin the Southland for more on the Tigers.

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Clemson Vs. Maryland Halftime Score: Tigers Struggling, Trailing 28-17

The Clemson Tigers are in trouble at the half in Maryland, trailing the Terrapins by a 28-17 margin. The Tigers have been unable to slow the Maryland offense early, and also added a costly mistake to give the Terps a shot in the arm.

Clemson took an early 3-0 lead, hitting an 18-yard field goal after failing to punch it in. But Maryland answered back with a touchdown, taking a 7-3 lead as Davin Megett punched it in from eight yards out. Tajh Boyd handed the Terps a gift on the next possession as Maryland intercepted him and took it back to the house. Andre Ellington capped the first quarter with a score for Clemson.

C.J. Brown control in the second quarter, throwing a touchdown pass and running in another for the Terps. Boyd found DeAndre Hopkins for the score before the half, but Clemson finds itself in a 28-17 hole with 30 minutes to go.

For more on the Terps and their latest uniform choices, head over to Maryland blog Testudo Times. And check out Clemson blog Shakin the Southland for more on the Tigers.

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Clemson Vs. Maryland Score: Tigers On Upset Alert After Terps Take 28-17 Lead

It's the time of year when undefeated teams start dropping like flies, and Clemson is throwing its hat into the ring to be one of the loss-less teams to go down this week. The Tigers are down 24-10 to mediocre Maryland, whose only win after the season-opening victory against Miami was against Towson.

C.J. Brown is 7-of-12 passing for 67 yards and a touchdown to go with his 70 yards and a touchdown rushing. Cameron Chism has picked a Tajh Boyd pass, returning it 46 yards for the score. Davin Meggett chipped in a nine-yard rush for a touchdown.

Boyd's problems have not been confined to the interception; at one point, he was averaging 2.3 yards an attempt. But he also hit DeAndre Hopkins on a six-yard touchdown pass. Meanwhile, Andre Ellington has put together a nice game on the ground, rushing for 83 yards and a touchdown on 13 carries. The Tigers are going to need some more touchdowns if they want to keep their darkhorse national title hopes alive.

For more on the Terps and their latest uniform choices, head over to Maryland blog Testudo Times. And check out Clemson blog Shakin the Southland for more on the Tigers.

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Clemson Vs. Maryland TV Schedule, Spread, Game Time And More

Quarterback Tajh Boyd and the Clemson Tigers will attempt to remain undefeated against the Maryland Terrapins on Saturday.

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