Defensive End: Where do the Tigers go from here?

With the losses of first-round NFL Draft pick Vic Beasley and seniors Corey Crawford and Tavaris Barnes, there were already plenty of questions about who would step in to take over the production vacated by three of Clemson’s 2014 defensive ends. With the news coming out of Clemson Tuesday morning, it's even more apparent that freshmen will have to play a big role.

Kalon Davis not letting injury crush his NFL dream
Kalon Davis’ dream of playing in the NFL may have been temporarily put on hold, but he’s not ready to give up on that dream. Not yet.

Fisher says Seminoles still have the talent to make a run
The Florida St. Seminoles enter the 2015 season without precocious and oftentimes troubled playmaker Jameis Winston, but will also miss standout playmakers such as Karlos Williams, Rashad Greene, Cameron Erving, Ronald Darby and P.J. Williams. Can they make another run at a title?

Can Boston College overcome offensive losses and post a winning record?
Things will be a lot different at Boston College in 2015 as the Eagles have to replace their starting quarterback, running back, all five starters on the offensive line and break in a new offensive coordinator.

Deshaun Watson and Ulric Jones: Smack talk during a boring May livens up the mood
Thank you Deshaun Watson and Ulric Jones for livening up a boring May. The statement by Clemson's quarterback that he wouldn't lose to South Carolina incensed an incoming defensive lineman for the Gamecocks and made the end of spring a little brighter.

Clemson and Georgia Tech...could they meet twice in 2015?
The road to the Atlantic Coast Conference Championship for the Clemson football team might run through Georgia Tech in 2015. In fact, the Tigers and Yellow Jackets could very well play twice next season as both teams will likely enter 2015 favored by many to win their respective divisions. What does Tech head coach Paul Johnson think about his team after spring practice?

Fighting Irish to visit Clemson with Malik Zaire at the helm
Clemson's first big home test of the season comes in early October when the Tigers play host to Notre Dame, the first trip to Clemson for the Irish since 1977. At the helm will be sophomore quarterback Malik Zaire. Photo by Christopher Hanewinckel / USATODAY

5/8Pigskin Prophet: Spring Practice Edition
5/7Louisville reloads, prepares for Clemson visit in early September
5/4Pinion's decision works out as 49ers make the call on draft day
5/3Steward says chance to play for Bills a "dream come true"
5/2Jarrett: Loss of family house to fire hurts, but draft lifts spirits
5/2Carlos Watkins says road to recovery almost complete
5/1Saint Anthony makes it two in the first round for the Tigers
4/30Vic Beasley evokes visions of Babe Ruth, calls his shot on draft night
4/29Can the secondary help keep Clemson's defense at the top of the rankings?
4/28Post Spring Starters - Defense
4/26Four former NFL and college stars break down Vic Beasley
4/23Swinney says covering full cost of attendance "a nightmare"
4/22Swinney not in favor of Big Ten schools holding camps in ACC territory
4/21Jordan Leggett hears the doubters, wants to prove them wrong in 2015
4/21Post Spring Starters - Offense
4/20Mac Lain thinks the sky is the limit for the OL in 2015
4/18Will Bryant or Israel redshirt? Too early to tell say the coaches
4/16Swinney has one goal for Watson: Stay healthy all season
4/16Like Sammy Watkins, Artavis Scott is a different kind of cat
4/15Elliott uses baseball analogy to break down the running game
4/14It's All About the Rings
4/13Why does Jeff Scott want Clemson football to resemble Kentucky basketball?
4/12Venables happy with his defense this spring despite big numbers Saturday
4/12Deshaun Watson says Tigers can go "all the way" in 2015
4/11Swinney praises the offense after "fun" and competitive spring game
4/11Spring Game: Quick Observations as White defeats Orange 35-24
4/10Spring Game: Players and Things To Watch
4/9Ebo, Yoga and Winning a National Championship


04/11Spring Game35-24 W
09/05Wofford$12:30 PM
09/12Appalachian State+12:30 PM
09/17@Louisville7:30 PM
09/26Open Date
10/03Notre Dame%TBA
10/10Georgia Tech~TBA
10/17Boston College^TBA
10/31@NC StateTBA
11/07Florida State*TBA
11/21Wake Forest#TBA
11/28@South CarolinaTBA
$Youth Day; +Family Weekend; %IPTAY Day; ~Hall of Fame Day; ^Homecoming; *Solid Orange Day; #Senior Day/Military Appreciation Day/Purple Out; all times ET
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