Clemson co-offensive coordinator Jeff Scott said on Tuesday the Tigers have to put the loss to Syracuse behind them and move onto the next step, which is improving during the bye week.
“Yesterday was all about taking ownership in that and finding ways to get that corrected and then learning from it and then moving on,” he said. “That is a big part of what we do here. Obviously, we have a lot of wins.
“It is about what is next. You have to learn from the good or the bad, win or lose. You have to put your eyes forward and move on and that is what we will do.”
AIKEN, S.C. — Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney publicly commented for the first time about the passing of former Tiger great Bennie Cunningham. The former two-time All-American and two-time Super Bowl (…)
Last Thursday head coach Monte Lee held a team meeting where he and the team discussed what needed to change to get Clemson back to playing at a high level. The change at the plate was simple. See the (…)
Clemson walloped Kennesaw State 9-4 on Tuesday night in an 11 hit performance including home runs from Logan Davidson and Kyle Wilkie. The Tigers now have 56 home runs on the season tied for sixth in the (…)
Clemson extended its lead to 7-2 with three hits including a solo shot from Kyle Wilkie in the bottom of the third. Wilkie led off with a solo shot to left center field to put the Tigers up 5-2. Cromwell (…)
The Clemson Insider has confirmed through sources that Oral Roberts transfer Javan White is planning to take an official visit to Clemson on Thursday. White is a 6-foot-10, 230-pound forward, who is getting (…)