SANTA CLARA, Calif. — What a night to be a Clemson Tiger? In the national championship game at Levi’s stadium Monday night Clemson showed the college football world that they are the king, not the Tide.
Clemson beat Alabama, 44-16, to win its second national championship in three years and its third overall.
Robert and Katie share some thoughts later Monday night following the incredible night for the Tigers.
In his last season at Clemson, all Clelin Ferrell wanted was another shot at a national championship. The All-American defensive end knew it was not going to be an easy task. He was right. Though the Tigers (…)
Among the headlining visitors for Clemson’s elite junior day next weekend will be the nation’s top-ranked athlete. Marietta (Ga.) five-star prospect Arik Gilbert is set to attend the Tigers’ junior (…)
JJ Evans saw his recruitment blow up as he put up big numbers during his stellar junior year in 2018. The four-star wide receiver from Montevallo (Ala.) came into the season without a scholarship offer, (…)
It had been almost an hour since the final seconds of Clemson’s national championship win over Alabama ran off the clock, but Austin Bryant was still on the field. The senior stood at the 25-yard line (…)
Each week I share some thoughts after watching the Clemson Tigers From the Sidelines. In this special edition of From the Sidelines some thoughts after visiting the White House with the national champs.
All of what has happened in the last 10 days for the Clemson football program was why Austin Bryant, Clelin Ferrell and Christian Wilkins decided to return to Clemson for one last season. This season was all (…)
Most of the summer enrollees in Clemson’s 2019 signing class made their official visit to campus last weekend. Among them was four-star linebacker LaVonta Bentley of Birmingham (Ala.) Jackson-Olin. The (…)
Carrollton (Ga.) four-star linebacker Kevin Swint has long been a priority target for Clemson’s coaches, two of whom paid the 2020 prospect a visit on Wednesday. Dabo Swinney and Brent Venables stopped (…)