A season ends, but this one ends with the sweet taste of success

The confetti has been swept away, the parade is finished and Death Valley now sits and waits for the spring game on April 8th. The coaches are out on the road recruiting this week, spread out across several states, and the players that were an integral part of Clemson’s National Championship win are scattered to the four winds. Welcome to the offseason.

Tears, raw emotion cap big day as Tigers celebrate National Championship with fans

Tears have been a common sight the last week, and Saturday wasn’t any different. Clemson University celebrated the school’s National Championship in football with a parade and celebration Saturday morning, and the tears and raw emotion that poured forth after the Tigers’ 35-31 win over Alabama last Monday night were back for the celebration.

Dan Brooks' retirement official, but who will take his spot?
During Saturday’s National Championship parade and celebration, Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney announced the retirement of defensive tackles coach Dan Brooks. Who will take his spot?

Deshaun Watson will shine in the NFL
Deshaun Watson’s NFL status is a hot topic these days. And really, it shouldn’t be much of a discussion. Any NFL teams that pass on Clemson’s greatest ever player are going to regret it for a long time.

Championship brings Clemson football full circle
Clemson football came full circle in the Shirley household – and a lot of other households – Monday night. My journey with Clemson football started in 1976 when I attended my first game with my dad. My first road game (at Georgia) came two years later, and there were many great memories from that first game until I graduated from Clemson in 1993.

National Championship Top Five Plays
There were plenty of highlights in Clemson’s thrilling 35-31 victory over Alabama in the third College Football Playoff National Championship. What were the top five plays or moments in the game? Photo by Steve Mitchell / USATODAY

That "darn confetti" makes for a celebration to remember
Those few moments, in the aftermath of Clemson’s National Championship win over Alabama, are something I will never forget.

1/11Four tombstones? The numbers say it was that kind of year
1/11Clemson fans showed up, showed out and won it all
1/11Boulware leaves one final, lasting impression
1/10The Legend of Hunter Renfrow
1/10The Paw is Flying On Top of the Mountain
1/10The best is yet to come: Tigers are built to last
1/10Little Old Clemson: Boulware relishes National Championship
1/10Orange Crush
1/9LIVE from Tampa, Florida
1/9Clemson vs. Alabama prediction: Can the Tigers win a second title?
1/8Clemson has learned from last year's defensive breakdown
1/8Watson more concerned with Clemson than Alabama as showdown nears
1/8Saban says Clemson is best team as teams head into title game
1/7Alabama creating disrespect where there is none
1/7Practice Nuggets: If you had one shot, would you capture it or let it slip?
1/7Media Day: Shadell Bell mic'd up, interviews fake Ben Boulware and others
1/7Thoughts from Tampa: Tigers are no longer just happy to be here
1/6Tigers arrive in Tampa ready to "finish the deal"
1/6Chris Fowler: Clemson is elite and isn't going anywhere
1/6Johnson picks on "little brother" Smith over stolen interception
1/5The irresistible force vs. the immovable object: Herbstreit weighs in
1/5"Finalist" banner serves as angry reminder of second place
1/5Alabama defensive back on Clemson: "We want to dominate them"
1/4One More Goal: Swinney says to beat Bama you have to "knock them out"
1/4Talent, player development allow Clemson's defense to reload
1/3Tigers have the "juice" for Bama this time around, know they belong
1/3Tighten the chinstrap, cause Bama and Clemson will be a slobber-knocker


09/03@Auburn19-13 WESPN
09/10Troy30-24 WACCN
09/17SC State$59-0 WRSN
09/22@Georgia Tech26-7 WESPN
10/01Louisville+42-36 WABC
10/07@Boston College56-10 WESPN
10/15NC State%24-17 W
10/29@Florida State37-34 WABC
11/05Syracuse~54-0 WABC/ESPN2
11/12Pittsburgh^43-42 LABC/ESPN
11/19@Wake Forest35-13 W
11/26South Carolina56-7 WESPN
12/03Virginia Tech*42-35 WABC
12/31Ohio State#31-0 WESPN
01/09Alabama&35-31 WESPN
$Family Weekend / Football Reunion Weekend; +IPTAY Day; %Homecoming; ~Military Appreciation Day / Purple Out; ^Hall of Fame Day / Senior Day; *ACC Championship; #Fiesta Bowl; &National Championship; all times ET
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