Former Clemson wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins is returning to the Houston Texans. After holding out for the first couple of days of training camp, the All-Pro said in a statement on Twitter he is returning to his team to try and help lead the Texans to the Super Bowl.
Here is all what has been said about the Hopkins saga today.
The North Carolina High School Athletic Association announced this week its decision to delay the 2020-21 high school sports season and move football to the spring due to the coronavirus pandemic. The (…)
Had Travis Etienne decided to turn professional back in January, Clemson’s all-time leading rusher would likely be in an NFL training camp right now, instead of being in the odd place of wondering if the (…)
Clemson President Jim Clements updated things Friday with his latest letter to the Clemson Family. Included in the letter are the latest COVID numbers released by the University. Here is what he wrote to the (…)
Running back Travis Etienne has no regrets about his decision to return to Clemson and is All In for the 2020 season. In this edition of the Two-Minute drill Etienne talks about his decision and more. (…)
Like everyone has done at some point since the COVID-19 pandemic hit our world, Travis Etienne thought about what the future holds and how life might be different from the one he knew before March 12. In (…)
When facing off against former five-star recruit Myles Murphy during spring practice, Clemson redshirt sophomore offensive tackle Jordan McFadden found out quickly that the highly touted true freshman (…)
Clemson held it’s eighth day of fall camp on Friday as the Tigers continue to prepare for another run at a national championship. Check out some pictures from Friday’s practice. Photo Gallery —photos (…)
This time last year, Lannden Zanders was a true freshman going through his first fall camp at Clemson, and he was somewhat unsure of himself out on the field as he tried to learn Brent Venables’ complex (…)
When he came to Clemson last year, expectations for Andrew Booth were through the roof. A five-star product out of Archer High School in Dacula, Ga., he was one of the more sought-after players in the (…)