The 2014 running back had 86 yards on 16 carries and two touchdowns in the victory. Cook's fellow 2014 running back teammate, Joseph Yearby, also proved difficult to deal with, adding 140 yards and two touchdowns.
Dalvin Cook remains committed to Clemson, but says he and Florida State commitment Joseph Yearby are constantly working on flipping the other's commitment.
Cook said he may open things back up in summer and will be taking a hard look at Georgia and Florida. He talks about winning a state title and the latest in his recruitment in the video below.
Dalvin Cook may look around
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