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Thursday evening in Chicago former Clemson defensive end Vic Beasley will likely have his name called as a first round selection in the NFL Draft, becoming the Tigers’ third consecutive first round selection and the fourth since 2010. Last month, the Adairsville (GA) native sat down with four former NFL Players on Fox Sports’ show The Panel where he answered and asked questions and broke down game film with the former players.
Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney isn't one to back down from an opinion, and he voiced his opinion on the NCAA's full cost of attendance, saying that prospective student-athletes may make college choices based on the wrong reasons.
This summer, coaches from Penn St. will travel into North Carolina to hold a “satellite camp” at Davidson College near Charlotte, effectively setting up camp in the backyards of schools like Clemson, South Carolina, Wake Forest, North Carolina St. and North Carolina. Dabo Swinney thinks that Big Ten schools are taking advantage of a league loophole, and he doesn't like it.
Tight end Jordan Leggett knows that many fans think he hasn't lived up to expectations or has under-performed during his first two years on campus. This year he wants to prove the doubters wrong.
Spring football is over, and now all that's left is the anticipation of August and another football season. What players came out of the spring with starting spots on offense?
Clemson’s 2015 fall camp sits three-plus months in the future, and college football fans across the country will spend their summer anxiously awaiting every scrap of news and devouring preseason publications. Like those fans, left guard Eric Mac Lain can't wait for the beginning of the season.
The biggest storyline for the Clemson offense during the spring centered on the quarterback spot and whether veteran Nick Schuessler could hold off talented freshmen Tucker Israel and Kelly Bryant. Schuessler held onto the job, but the coaches say it's too early to tell if either of the freshmen will redshirt.
|4/16||Swinney has one goal for Watson: Stay healthy all season|
|4/16||Like Sammy Watkins, Artavis Scott is a different kind of cat|
|4/15||Elliott uses baseball analogy to break down the running game|
|4/14||It's All About the Rings|
|4/13||Why does Jeff Scott want Clemson football to resemble Kentucky basketball?|
|4/12||Venables happy with his defense this spring despite big numbers Saturday|
|4/12||Deshaun Watson says Tigers can go "all the way" in 2015|
|4/11||Swinney praises the offense after "fun" and competitive spring game|
|4/11||Spring Game: Quick Observations as White defeats Orange 35-24|
|4/10||Spring Game: Players and Things To Watch|
|4/9||Ebo, Yoga and Winning a National Championship|
|4/8||Wednesday scrimmage news and notes|
|4/8||Big Mac: Mac Lain breaks down the offensive line|
|4/7||Big Brother: Ben Boulware toughens up his little brothers|
|4/6||Intense Competition - Swinney talks position battles|
|4/6||Back to Work: Monday Practice Observations of the "Win" Drill|
|4/5||Next man up: Andy Teasdall talks about earning the job at punter|
|4/4||Tyrone Crowder on the OL and the critics: "This year is going to show ‘em.”|
|4/3||Elliott looking for finishers as spring draws to a close|
|4/2||Clemson University and Nike extend apparel contract|
|4/2||Venables says there were too many negatives for him to be happy with scrimmage|
|4/1||Defense highlights spring scrimmage|
|4/1||Scott looking for progress as Tigers return to Death Valley today|
|3/31||Gore soared, fell and hopes to rise again|
|3/31||Swinney talks mopeds, offensive linemen and the upcoming spring game|
|3/30||Radakovich talks facilities, Littlejohn, Leggett and cost of attendance|
|3/30||Monday practice observations|
|3/29||Shaq Lawson is ready to be the man|
|04/11||Spring Game||35-24 W|
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