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D'Angelo Finalist For National Award

South Carolina senior goalkeeper Sabrina D’Angelo has been selected as one of 10 finalists for the 2014 Senior CLASS Award for women’s soccer, presented to student-athletes who excel both on and off the field. Candidates are choses based on their dedication and achievement in four areas of excellence – community, classroom, character and competition. continue reading ›

Big Debut For Bryant On Monday Night Football

Former Clemson standout Martavis Bryant made his NFL debut in a big way on Monday Night Football. The Steelers rookie wide receiver made his first career NFL catch a 35-yard touchdown that sparked Pittsburgh to a 30-23 win over Houston. Texans rookie linebacker Jadeveon Clowney did not play in the game. The former Gamecock came into Monday Night questionable. Clowney is still recovering from arthroscopic knee surgery after tearing his meniscus six weeks ago. Another former Clemson receiver, Houston's Deandre Hopkins led all players with 108 receiving yards but had a critical fumble for the Texans late in the game. continue reading ›

Clemson Defense Ranked 5th In Nation

Clemson's defense is grabbing the headlines for the 21st-ranked Tigers, and not for the points it allows in the team's biggest games. The group has given up just 30 points in the past three games for Clemson (5-2, 4-1 Atlantic Coast Conference) and made game-saving stops the last two weeks to beat Louisville and Boston College. continue reading ›

Clemson RB Choice Out For Season

Dabo Swinney said Sunday leading rusher Adam Choice will miss the rest of the season after tearing his ACL on a first quarter run against Boston College Saturday. The freshman from Thomasville, GA had 50 carries for 218 rushing yards and one touchdown on the season. continue reading ›

Watkins Helps Bills Win, Spiller Hurt

Former Clemson wide receiver Sammy Watkins caught a 2-yard touchdown with 1 second left to help Buffalo beat Minnesota Sunday 17-16. The rookie first round draft pick had 9 catches, 122 receiving yards and 2 touchdowns on the game. Former Clemson running back C.J. Spiller was carted off the field in tears after injuring his left shoulder. He reportedly broke his collarbone and will miss the rest of the season. continue reading ›

Branch Injured In Jaguars' First Win

Former Clemson standout defensive end Andre Branch injured his groin Sunday in the fourth quarter of Jacksonville's first win of the season, 24-6 over Cleveland. Branch left the game and did not return. After the game he left the locker room on crutches. No more details on the injury were available Sunday night. continue reading ›

Proveaux Finishes 3rd At U.S. Collegiate

Cody Proveaux shot a three-under-par 69, his eighth under-par round of the fall, and finished third individually to lead Clemson to a 10th place team finish at the U.S. Collegiate at the Golf Club of Georgia on Sunday. The Tigers improved from 14th to 10th with a 284 team score on Sunday, as three Tigers posted under par rounds. continue reading ›

Tigers Say Offense Won't Change With Stoudt

Clemson offensive coordinator Chad Morris said the 24th-ranked Tigers won't dial things back with stellar freshman quarterback Deshaun Watson out for the next month. Morris expects backup Cole Stoudt to lead the same fast-paced attack fans have always seen when Clemson (4-2, 3-1 Atlantic Coast Conference) travels to Boston College (4-2, 1-1) this weekend. continue reading ›

Swinney:Watson To Miss Four Weeks

Clemson coach Dabo Swinney said Sunday that freshman quarterback Deshaun Watson will have four screws put in his finger to heal a small broken bone and will need a month of recovery before returning for the 24th-ranked Tigers. Swinney said Watson would have the procedure Monday. The first-year starter hurt the finger on his right, throwing hand in the second quarter of a 23-17 victory over Louisville on Saturday. The win returned Clemson (4-2, 3-1 Atlantic Coast Conference) to the national rankings. continue reading ›

Beasley Sets Clemson Sack Record

Vic Beasley broke the Clemson career sack record in the 2nd quarter against Louisville. His 29th career sack came after he brought down Louisville QB Reggie Bonnafon 3 yards behind the line of scrimmage on a 1st down run/pass option play. continue reading ›

Watson Gets Test With Louisville Defense

Clemson coach Dabo Swinney wanted the Tigers freshman quarterback to be tested. Louisville and its No. 1-ranked defense should give Deshaun Watson the challenge his coach wanted. The Tigers (3-2, 2-1 Atlantic Coast Conference) and Swinney have seen their season revived with Watson's ascension to starting quarterback. The true freshman has run and passed for 1,088 yards and 11 touchdowns the past three games. continue reading ›

Swinney Likes Way He's Handled Watson

Clemson coach Dabo Swinney still believes he made the correct decision coming out of fall camp: Deshaun Watson was the team's backup quarterback. That hasn't stop people asking if the freshman might've prevented the team's rough start had he opened behind center from game one. "I don't sit around and play hypotheticals or 'What ifs' or whatever," Swinney said Tuesday. "I'm just worried about that windshield and what's in front." Click to watch Swinney's comments from his weekly Tuesday press conference previewing Clemson's 3:30 home game Saturday against Louisville. continue reading ›

Watson Headlines ACC Weekly Awards Again

Clemson freshman quarterback Deshaun Watson again heads the list of Atlantic Coast Conference football accolades, as he was voted ACC Offensive Back of the Week for the second week in a row and received his third straight ACC Rookie of the Week honor. Watson was recognized after leading the Tigers to a 41-0 win over visiting NC State. Sophomore Mike Williams, Watson’s favorite target in Saturday’s victory, earned ACC Receiver of the Week honors. Florida State and Virginia Tech also had two players apiece recognized. continue reading ›

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