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Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney describes the 11th month of the year as “Championship November” when talking about season schedules, and the critical part of the 2018 schedule once again falls in that part of the year but includes the last two weekends in October.
TigerNet has your first look at Clemson's 2018 football schedule.
Michael Morris is committed to Florida State, but he’s also committed to getting to know other coaches and seeing what other schools have to offer.
A disastrous first half and clutch 3-point shooting from North Carolina mean the streak is alive and well. UNC roared out to a 15-point first half lead and hit clutch shots down the stretch in defeating Clemson 87-79 at the Dean E. Smith Center Tuesday night, the 59th consecutive loss for the Tigers in Chapel Hill.Photo by Bob Donnan / USATODAY
The Clemson coaching staff has been putting the full-court press on elite offensive tackle Pierce Quick out of Alabama, and Quick will visit Clemson this weekend as part of the elite junior day. Quick also happens to be committed to the University of Alabama.
|1/16||Grantham stresses calmness as Tigers fight history at UNC|
|1/15||Swag Surfin': Venables' defense to swing a big fist in 2018|
|1/15||Redshirt report: Bockhorst ready to play again, but without smack talk to Big Dex|
|1/15||Way too early spring storylines to watch|
|1/14||Can Clemson win in Chapel Hill? It might take someone getting mad|
|1/14||They're baaaaack!! Clemson defenders return to haunt opposing quarterbacks|
|1/13||Grantham, 3-pointers power Clemson past ranked Miami|
|1/13||Dabo Swinney: "If we are going to dream, let’s be extravagant about it"|
|1/12||Xavier Kelly: Clemson defensive end looking for a bigger role in 2018|
|1/12||Brent Venables ready to use his new weapons of mass destruction|
|1/11||Williams primed for return to tight end spot|
|1/11||The QB breakdown: Depth is a "good problem to have"|
|1/10||Richard Yeargin on recovery from wreck: "It's been a long journey"|
|1/10||Not just a tall surfer boy: Streeter says Trevor Lawrence can do it all|
|1/9||Lumberjack is almost back: Logan Rudolph expects to be healthy for spring|
|Xavier Thomas||DE||6-3/263||Bradenton, FL|
|Trevor Lawrence||QB||6-6/208||Cartersville, GA|
|KJ Henry||DE||6-5/235||Clemmons, NC|
|Jackson Carman||OL||6-6/330||Fairfield, OH|
|Mike Jones Jr.||LB||6-0/228||Bradenton, FL|
|Derion Kendrick||WR/WR||6-1/195||Rock Hill, SC|
|Josh Belk||DT||6-3/309||Richburg, SC|
|Justin Mascoll||DE||6-4/237||Snellville, GA|
|Kyler McMichael||DB/RB||6-0/196||Norcross, GA|
|Darnell Jefferies||DT||6-4/275||Covington, GA|
|Lyn-J Dixon||RB||5-10/178||Butler, GA|
|BT Potter||K||5-11/170||Rock Hill, SC|
|Jake Venables||LB||6-2/222||Central, SC|
|Braden Galloway||TE||6-6/230||Seneca, SC|
|Jordan McFadden||OL||6-4/290||Roebuck, SC|
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