Thursday night was a special one for Clemson’s head coach Dabo Swinney and quarterback Deshaun Watson. Both Swinney and Watson were awarded with some of the highest honors in college football. Recap all that happened in the ESPN College Football Awards show at the College Football Hall of Fame in this edition of TCI Cinema.
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PITTSBURGH — Sparked by a third-quarter turnaround, the Clemson Tigers outscored the Pittsburgh Panthers by 11 points in the second half for a come-from-behind, 65-59, victory at the Petersen Events (…)
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The Clemson Insider went one-on-one with freshman defensive end K.J. Henry on media day before the national championship in San Jose, Calif. Henry discussed his thoughts on his red-shirt season, fellow (…)
He is probably the most unheralded player on the defense, but without him, Clemson might not be a national champion for a second time in three years. At 6-foot, 235-pounds, Kendall Joseph is considered a (…)
Clemson played host to a bunch of recruits this weekend, welcoming several preferred walk-on targets and commitments to campus for official visits as well as hosting a number of younger prospects in (…)