Trending on TCI

Trending on TCI


Trending on TCI

What’s trending on The Clemson Insider today? A number of topics surrounding Clemson’s 24-10 win over Georgia Tech on Saturday night, including a stat from David Hale that should help Clemson with the College Football Playoff committee, Kirk Herbstreit’s top four teams after Week 9, Jesse Palmer’s ranking for the Tigers after Saturday and top four predictions from Dan Wolken and Stewart Mandel.

Also, in his post-game press conference, Swinney discussed Clemson’s decision to play Hunter Johnson as well as talked about what was a special night for Milan Richard and Herschel Walker. And in case you missed it, we have the latest buzz about Clemson’s victory, a photo gallery of prospects in Death Valley on Saturday and reactions from recruits on their Clemson visits.

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What They Are Saying: Clemson defeats Georgia Tech

Kirk Herbstreit’s Top Four after Week Nine

Jesse Palmer’s ranking for Clemson after Saturday

Where does Joey Galloway have Clemson in top 5?

What They Are Saying: Recruits on Clemson visit

Recruit photo gallery: Clemson-Georgia Tech game

Swinney on special night for Milan Richard and Herschel Walker

Dan Wolken’s Top Four Prediction

Decision on playing Hunter Johnson

Stewart Mandel’s top four prediction

This stat from David Hale should help Clemson with committee



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