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Rod Hall excited for the opportunity to play WR at Northern Iowa

Rod Hall is excited about the newest chapter in his life: a return to the gridiron with Northern Iowa’s football team. Why did Hall decided to play football instead of pursuing basketball overseas?

Brownell says rules changes will impact the game
Familiar won't be the name of the game for Clemson basketball next season as Brad Brownell's squad will practice at different places on campus and play its home games in Greenville. Add in some significant rules changes in place for the 2015-16 season, and there will be a different feel around college basketball in Clemson. Brad Brownell talks about the new rules changes and how he thinks they will affect the game.

Marcquise Reed visits Clemson, sets decision date
Former Robert Morris guard Marcquise Reed visited Clemson Saturday, spending time with Clemson coaches and players. What does he say about the visit? Photo by Bob Donnan / USATODAY

Hall says NFL workout and new career options "have my mind spinning"
Rod Hall said that this morning’s workout for several NFL teams inside of Clemson’s indoor football practice facility was a little surreal, and now he has a short amount of time in which to make a big life decision. (Photo: Josh Kelly)

Greenville welcomes Clemson basketball
Clemson University and the city of Greenville formally announced a partnership Thursday to host 2015-16 men’s basketball home games and commencement ceremonies, beginning in August. The announcement took place at the brand new Clemson entrance at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena.

Brownell talks loss to Notre Dame, missing the postseason and recruiting
In his final press conference of the season, Clemson head coach Brad Brownell says a February 10th loss to Notre Dame is what derailed Clemson's season. He also breaks down his goals for recruiting and missing the postseason.

Brownell hopes new hoops facilities will bring energy to Clemson program
Clemson head coach Brad Brownell understands the fans’ frustrations with the recently-completed season, but he hopes new facilities and better recruiting will create the same kind of buzz around the basketball program that the football program currently enjoys.


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1 Austin AjukwaAustin Ajukwa
So. Guard
#1 6-6, 205
Columbia, SC

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5 Jaron BlossomgameJaron Blossomgame
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#5 6-7, 215
Alpharetta, GA

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10 Gabe DeVoeGabe DeVoe
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#10 6-3, 200
Shelby, NC

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50 Sidy DjitteSidy Djitte
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#50 6-10, 240
Fayetteville, NC

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15 Donte GranthamDonte Grantham
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Martinsburg, WV

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Augusta, GA

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21 Damarcus HarrisonDamarcus Harrison
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Greenwood, SC

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3 Avry HolmesAvry Holmes
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Salem, OR

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44 Riley McGillanRiley McGillan
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#44 6-0, 175
Fort Mill, SC

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35 Landry NnokoLandry Nnoko
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#35 6-10, 255
Montverde, FL

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Charlotte, NC

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#20 6-0, 165
Columbia, SC

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33 Josh SmithJosh Smith
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Charlotte, NC

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