What's next for Clemson? ESPN writer weighs in

What's next for Clemson? ESPN writer weighs in


What's next for Clemson? ESPN writer weighs in


What’s next for Clemson following its 27-21, double-overtime loss to NC State on Saturday in Raleigh?

An ESPN writer weighed in on what the future holds for the Tigers moving forward this season.

ESPN writers gave their reactions to each team in the latest AP Top 25 poll, which has the Tigers at No. 25. Here’s what Andrea Adelson wrote about Clemson (2-2, 1-1 ACC):

“The road does not get any easier for Clemson, which hosts Boston College, a team that had the Tigers on the ropes last season — also with D.J. Uiagalelei at quarterback. After losing to NC State, coach Dabo Swinney said everything on offense had to be reevaluated, but he will stay with Uiagalelei under center. He is probably the least of their concerns. The offensive line continues to struggle, and there is now a lack of depth at running back with Lyn-J Dixon gone and freshman Will Shipley most likely out with a leg injury. Uiagalelei can’t do it all, and establishing the line of scrimmage must be a priority.”

Clemson Variety & Frame is doing their part to help bring you some classic new barware and help one of the local businesses that helps make Clemson special.

Order your Nick’s barware and do your part to help.  #SaveNicks



The latest Associated Press College football poll has been released.  The Tigers will face a top 25 opponent next when when they travel to Pitt. Clemson is on the outside looking in again this week, but is the (…)


The latest USA Today AFCA coaches poll has been released. Clemson was ranked No. 25 in last week’s rankings.  The Tigers moved up one spot to No. 24.  N.C. State is up to No. 18 while Wake Forest is up to No. (…)

More The Clemson Insider