There were a lot of things to take away from eighth-ranked Clemson’s first scrimmage of camp on Saturday.
First off, the offense got off to a good start, racking up 576 yards in a little more than 100 plays. Quarterback Tajh Boyd had a good, not a great day, as he threw for 245 yards and four touchdowns on 12 of 18 passing, though he did throw an interception to linebacker Quandon Christian. Read more in The Rock. It’s free!
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Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney reported Wednesday that defensive end Justin Foster is leaving the Clemson Football program. Swinney said Foster had some special opportunities in his chosen career that he (…)