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By Michael Crouchley
Courtesy The Journal

CLEMSON — After walk-on quarterback Hunter Helms was leading scoring drives and even punter Will Spiers was taking snaps behind center, it was hard to remember the Clemson football team got off to a shaky start Saturday at Georgia Tech.

In the end, though, it ended up being one of the most dominant performances in program history.

Despite coughing up two turnovers in the opening quarter, the Tigers took control of the contest

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