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Clemson RB C.J. Spiller's All-Time 2009 Season | Sensational Seasons

June 24, 2024

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Clemson running back CJ Spiller had one of the greatest seasons in ACC history in 2009. The dynamic running back set an all-time ACC record racking up an astonishing 2,680 all-purpose yards. He got it done as a runner first, and then made his mark on contests with explosive plays in the passing game, while also hurting teams in the return game.

Spiller averaged 191.4 all-purpose yards per game in addition to 21 all-purpose touchdowns, which tied him for sixth all-time in league history. He would garner First-Team All-American and All-ACC honors, and also finished sixth in the Heisman Trophy voting as the conference's player of the year. Sit back and enjoy the excellence of C.J. Spiller's sensational 2009 season. 

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