Top ranked Clemson jumped in front of No. 12 Texas A&M 7-3 on a 30-yard touchdown strike from Trevor Lawrence to Justyn Ross with 10:52 remaining in the first half. The drive covered 82 yards in nine play and 3:21 to give the Tigers their first lead of the contest.
The Tigers started to get in a rhythm after Travis Etienne caught a screen pass out of the back field for a 27-yard gain. After a big loss that forced a third and eleven from the Aggie 30, Lawrence scrambled out of a collapsing pocket throwing across his body to find Justyn Ross in the front corner of the end zone to put Clemson up 7-3.
It was all business as usual for K.J. Henry and No. 1 Clemson Saturday night as they defeated Charlotte by a score of 52-10 at Death Valley. With a total of 111 players getting their opportunity to step on the (…)
Clemson freshman Michel Dukes rushed for 46 yards and scored on a 24-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter of the top-ranked Tigers’ 52-10 victory on Saturday at Memorial Stadium. It was Dukes’ first (…)
Clemson put Charlotte away early Saturday night in Death Valley and went on to play a record 111 players. In this edition of What They Are Saying we look at what is being said about the Tigers on Twitter. (…)
Clemson dropped two points in the latest Associated Press Top 25 poll which was released on Sunday. The Tigers had 1,545 points last week, but tallied just 1,543 points in this week’s poll despite their 52-10 (…)
Saturday morning, during the defense’s unit meeting at the team hotel, Clemson defensive coordinator Brent Venables spent a lot of time going over the game, not the Tigers’ game with Charlotte that (…)
The latest Amway Coaches poll has been released. Clemson remains No. 1 in the rankings and received 62 first place votes for the second week in a row. Virginia moved up to No. 18 this week while Wake Forest (…)
Clemson welcomed a number of talented prospects to campus Saturday for the game vs. Charlotte at Death Valley. Many of the recruits that were in attendance reacted to their experience on Twitter. Check out what (…)
After Clemson’s 52-10 win over Charlotte on Saturday at Death Valley, defensive coordinator Brent Venables was asked if he heard he made a tackle in the game. Clemson’s public address announcer, Dale (…)