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For the second time in four years, the Clemson Tigers are sitting a 2-2 after the first four weeks of the season. A missed field goal late in regulation led to a tough loss on their home turf to the Florida State Seminoles in overtime on Saturday, giving the Tigers a second conference loss before the calendar has turned to October.

With that second loss, not only are they out of College Football Playoff contention, but the road to the ACC Championship Game has become very difficult. The Tigers currently sit in the basement of the conference with an 0-2 record and have difficult matchups with Miami, Notre Dame and North Carolina still on the horizon this year.

Paul Finebaum, college football analyst for ESPN, stopped by with the Mac & Bone Show on Tuesday to tell you where he thinks the Clemson dynasty sits right now. “This is a program that played for four national championships and it has completely fallen off the radar. Saturday was the coup d’état. I realize the Duke loss was painful, but it was the first game, but after Saturday, there’s nothing left. Dabo Swinney doesn’t have a program to get to a good Florida bowl game, this is a program that has been built for the national championship. Instead of Dabo now being compared to Nick Saban or Kirby Smart, he starting to look a lot more like Tommy Bowden.”

So what do you think? Is the Clemson dynasty now officially over or will Dabo be able to fight back? Let us know on Twitter and be sure to listen and subscribe to the Mac & Bone Show wherever you get your podcasts.