GREENVILLE, S.C. — Clemson quarterback Deshaun Watson spoke with the media on Thursday at the Hyatt Regency in Greenville, S.C., as he was honored by the South Carolina Football Hall of Fame as its Player of the Year for 2016.
The former Clemson Tiger talked about the draft process, his family and when he is heading to Philadelphia, Pa., to join the rest of the players who will participate in the NFL Draft Experience.
SAN DIEGO — It did not take long for New Mexico State to figure out it was not going to get much action at the rim on Friday night. In the first five minutes of No. 5 Clemson’s 79-68 win over the No. (…)
Second-ranked Clemson took an early 1-0 lead against No. 10 NC State in the bottom of the second inning on Saturday afternoon at Doug Kingsmore Stadium. Seth Beer and Drew Wharton both walked to lead off (…)
Conyers (Ga.) Rockdale County 2019 offensive lineman Brian Thomas was invited to attend Clemson’s junior day event for prospects on March 3. He made the trip, and Clemson made a unique impression on (…)
The Clemson Insider takes a look back at No. 2 Clemson’s 4-0 loss to No. 19 NC State in game one of the weekend series on Friday night at Doug Kingsmore Stadium. What happened? The Wolfpack (16-3, 3-1 (…)
SAN DIEGO — New Mexico State was on a run late in Clemson’s 79-68 victory Friday in the first round of the NCAA Tournament Midwest Regional at the Viejas Arena in San Diego. The Aggies, who trailed by (…)
SAN DIEGO — Brad Brownell was not surprised at all with how easy his team made its first-round NCAA Tournament win over New Mexico State look Friday in San Diego. Behind the play of guards Shelton Mitchell, (…)