In this special editon of Tajh’s Take former Clemson All-American Tajh Boyd takes us behind the scenes of the Clemson football program.
Boyd gives his thoughts on Dabo Swinney’s dance moves, the 4th-and-16 play against LSU in the 2012 Chick-fil-A Bowl, why Swinney convinced him to become a Tiger, the change in the culture of the program and more.
With the return of Isaiah Simmons at the SAM/nickel position, Clemson will have three of their four starters back in the secondary, while Simmons will return as the lone starting linebacker. In all, four (…)
When Clemson begins pre-season practice for the 2019 season on Friday, it will have a nice blend of a veteran starting staff and a young, but talented bullpen. “The credit, first and foremost, when it comes to (…)
Nashville (Tenn.) Ensworth four-star defensive back Keshawn Lawrence received an offer from Clemson while on campus last spring, then returned to Tigertown for the win over South Carolina in November. The (…)
When he was talking about this year’s senior class following Clemson’s dominating performance in the national championship win over Alabama, co-offensive coordinator Tony Elliott was quick to point (…)
When Clemson women’s basketball head coach Amanda Butler arrived at Clemson in April, she knew the pieces were in place for them to be successful in year one. Despite having a successful past the Lady (…)
Austin Bryant finished his Clemson career with 43 tackles in 2018, including 14.5 tackles for loss. Of those 14.5 tackles behind the line of scrimmage, eight were sacks. The defensive end finished third on (…)