Clemson reclaimed a 14-7 lead on an 83-yard touchdown pass from Trevor Lawrence to Amari Rodgers with 6:14 to play in the first quarter. The drive was one play for the 83 yard score in just 18 seconds.
Playing the slot position in Clemson’s offense is no small task. There is a lot of pressure that comes with it. Just look at the success of the guys who have played the position. Hunter Renfrow, Adam (…)
Clemson has two players listed on Daniel Jeremiah’s top 50 prospects for the 2021 NFL Draft, and it no surprise who those players are. The NFL Network analyst released his first top 50 list of the draft season (…)
Former Clemson football player and graduate assistant coach Todd Schonhar died early Tuesday morning after a battle with COVID-19. He was 57 years old. Schonhar played at Clemson from 1982-’86 after (…)
When Mike Jones decided to put his name in the transfer portal on Monday, most fans and media alike were thinking Clemson will be okay. The Tigers have plenty of depth at linebacker, especially at the (…)
The Clemson Insider’s Robert MacRae and Will Vandervort break down what Clemson’s defense should look like heading into spring practice. (Note: This video was produced before linebacker Mike Jones put his (…)
Clemson dispensed an offer Monday to a standout defender from the Sunshine State in the class of 2022. The Clemson Insider breaks down the Tigers’ latest scholarship offer right here: Edric Weldon, 2022 (…)
With Frank Ladson banged up for a good part of the year, Clemson’s Amari Rodgers moved outside and became the top receiver in the ACC. In 2020, Rodgers earned First-Team All-ACC honors after he led the ACC (…)
The Clemson Insider has the latest information on Clemson offensive coordinator Tony Elliott and how serious of a candidate he is for the head coaching position at Tennessee in The Rock.
The Atlantic Coast Conference announced its annual All-ACC Academic Team on Monday, with Clemson setting a program record by placing nine members of its 2020 ACC Championship squad on the annual list. Minimum (…)