The Agenda: Clemson in Orange Bowl tonight; Trump tromps through S.C.; Toal retiring

S.C. overtakes Alabama in population

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Clemson Coach Dabo Swinney hoists the ACC title trophy in Charlotte - GWINN DAVIS MEDIA / SC NEWS EXCHANGE
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  • Clemson Coach Dabo Swinney hoists the ACC title trophy in Charlotte

The Clemson Tigers face off with the Oklahoma Sooners this afternoon in the Orange Bowl, their first step in this year's first-ever College Football Playoff series. The Tigers waxed the Sooners in last year's Russell Athletic Bowl, but both teams are different this year. Source: G'ville News, SB Nation

Meanwhile, on Mike and Mike today, former USC head coach Steve Spurrier said that he probably should have called it quits earlier after last year's postseason win. Source: The State

During an event yesterday in Hilton Head, Republican frontrunner Donald Trump took swipes at both Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush. On former Pres. Bill Clinton: "The husband's one of the great abusers of the world." Source: The State

South Carolina has overtaken Alabama to become the 23rd-most populous state in the nation. Source: P&C

South Carolina Chief Justice Jean Toal will retire as the state's top judge today as required by state law. Toal's career has spanned from leaving law school in 1968 as one of 10 women practicing law in the state, to serving in the state House, to managing state courts as chief justice and presiding over the State Supreme Court since 1988. Source: P&C

Her colleague, Associate Justice Costa Pleicones, will take over, but only for a year until he also reaches the state's mandatory retirement age. Source: P&C

Areas of the Upstate and Midlands experienced dramatic flooding yesterday, but water levels seem to be subsiding. Source: The State, G'ville News

Over at the P&C, Warren Wise talked to one King Street property owner who prefers to rent his prime retail space to local tenants over high-dollar national companies. Source: P&C

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