DALLAS — Clemson co-offensive coordinators Tony Elliott and Jeff Scott have more in common than sharing the offensive duties for the Tigers. They both have children that have spent every Christmas on the road with the Clemson football team in the College Football Playoffs.
The Clemson Insider asked both coaches and Trevor Lawrence how Christmas was in Dallas this year.
Earlier this week at fourth-ranked Georgia, No. 16 Clemson could not buy a hit in clutch situations. The Tigers were 1-for-17 at the plate with runners in scoring position and subsequently lost the game by one (…)
Clemson played host to an under-the-radar prospect earlier this month in Jamaal Jones of Powder Springs, Georgia. The 2021 defensive end from McEachern High School made an unofficial visit to Clemson for the (…)
Clemson head coach Monte Lee said Friday night’s 9-8 loss to Duke was one of his toughest as a head coach. Lee was proud of how his team battled at the plate. “We needed to be good offensively. It just (…)
Clemson’s Sam Hall had the game of his life Friday night as he hit two home runs, stole home and made a diving catch in center field. Hall and catcher Kyle Wilkie met with the media following the Tigers’ 9-8 (…)
Ethan Murray’s two-out single in the ninth inning tied the score, then Michael Rothenberg’s double plated Murray for the go-ahead run in Duke’s 9-8 win over No. 16 Clemson at Doug Kingsmore Stadium on Friday (…)
Duke rallied for two runs in the top of the ninth inning to beat No. 16 Clemson, 9-8, Friday night at Doug Kingsmore Stadium. It was the fifth loss in a row for the Tigers. Ethan Murray’s two-out single in (…)
Dabo Swinney likes to remind his football players that what they did the year before means nothing this year. And though he is the first Clemson football coach to win two national championships, he feels (…)