So true: 1. Alabama Welcome to the time of year when you can proceed through the sad formality of playing a derelict Arkansas team, lower your points allowed per game to the nation's best (9.7), eliminate all hope of success in the first 10 minutes of a game, successfully execute at every turn of a 52-0 contest and look... well, you look like the dependable family luxury sedan. You're cruising along as Jameis Winston passes on the right at 180 miles an hour, music blaring and tail lights receding into the distance. 2. Florida State It's not Clemsoning if you lose 51-14 to a Florida State team in a state of full, orchestrated rage, so stop yourself before you trot out that tired phrase. Clemsoning implies the possibility of winning a game, and then the forfeiture of said possibility via an incompetence passed generationally from one Clemson team to another. This was not Clemsoning, because Clemson never stood a chance of winning this game. Not with the Florida State defensive line demolishing the Clemson offensive line on every play, not with Jameis Winston continuing a long, unconscious, and impossibly composed run of brilliance through the 2013 schedule, and not when Clemson averaged 4.5 yards a pass while Florida State averaged 12.7 per pass play. It's Clemsoning if you see the top of the mountain, then sneeze and fall 10,000 feet into an ice cave and die. It's not Clemsoning when the whole damn mountain falls on you.