Jasmin, a graduate student from Louisiana, had 15 rushes for 130 yards and a touchdown in leading the Clemson offense in the victory. He was named the Offensive Player of the Game by the media covering the game. It was the first 100-yard rushing game of Jasmin's career.
Jasmin finished the season with 523 yards rushing in 112 carries, a 4.7 average. He led the team in rushing touchdowns with nine and was second in rushes of over 10 yards with 15. He was Clemson's second leading rusher on a yardage basis behind Duane Coleman, who had 615.
Jasmin's outstanding performance at the end of the season paralleled the Clemson team performance of the last four games of the
season. In the last four games of the season, all Clemson victories, Jasmin had 58 carries for 307 yards and five touchdowns.
Jasmin Named to ESPN.com All-Bowl Team
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