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Spiller departs with bowl win

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By Matt Feminis
  • Even in a modest effort by his standards, Clemson RB C.J. Spiller managed to set a couple more records in his last collegiate game.
  • Kentucky CB Trevard Lindley's season ended last night, as the Wildcats were defeated by Clemson in the Music City Bowl. Though he was nagged by a high-ankle sprain and missed four games this fall, he doesn't regret returning for his final season.
  • Texas A&M junior DE Von Miller, who leads the nation with 17 sacks, will butt heads with Georgia junior OLT Clint Boling in tonight's Independence Bowl.

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