Clemson leveled Oklahoma last night, 40-6, in the Russell Athletic Bowl, and SBNation is pretty sure it’s because Coach Dabo Swinney ran out on the field like he was “shot out of a cannon.” Source: SBNation, ESPN

A judge in Berkeley County is questioning whether the county sheriff’s DUI arrest over the weekend was legal because an old state law says that the county coroner must serve the legal paperwork in a proceeding involving a sheriff. Source: AP

South Carolina editorial cartoonist Robert Ariail is returning to The State’s print edition. Ariail and CP’s own Steve Stegelin are two of the only S.C. cartoonists who appear in print in the state. Source: The State

Ten people died on South Carolina roadways over the busy holiday travel weekend. Source: P&C

Former South Carolina Gov. Jim Edwards was remembered yesterday at a service at St. Philip’s Church. Edwards, elected in 1974 as the first Republican governor of the state since Reconstruction, died on Friday at his home in Mount Pleasant at the age of 87. Source: P&C, AP

The Nerve looks at the campaign books of Republican state House Rep. Alan Clemmons of Myrtle Beach, flagging expenses like $29,297 to the Milano Necktie Fashion Co. from 2008 through January 2014, more than $25,000 in personal reimbursements from his campaign bank account, more than $28,000 in travel expenses, and more than $142,000 in reimbursements to another Horry County Republican rep. Source: The Nerve

Cathy Hazelwood, the longtime attorney for the State Ethics Commission, announced yesterday that she would join the administration of Republican State Superintendent-elect Molly Spearman. Earlier this year, Hazelwood was barred from talking to members of the press by the commission’s leaders Herb Hayden and James Burns, who now serves as the governor’s chief of staff. Source: The State

The National Right to Life Committee says it sees an opportunity to pass an abortion ban in a number of states, including South Carolina, in the upcoming legislative session. Source: NPR

Mount Pleasant developer Anthony McAlister is behind a group that will buy the YWCA property near the College of Charleston on Coming Street for $8.25 million, $2.5 million over the property’s initial asking price. McAlister also bought property just off King St. a few years ago and built a massive student housing complex that his company recently sold for $69 million. Source: P&C