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No. 5-ranked Clemson flips the script on Georgia Tech

No. 5 Clemson snapped a five-game road losing streak in the series against Georgia Tech on Thursday, as the Tiger defense was once again dominant against the Yellow Jackets’ triple option attack in a 26-7 victory at Bobby Dodd Stadium. With the win, No. 3 Clemson moved to 4-0 on the season, 1-0 in the ACC. Tech fell to 3-1 overall, 0-1 in league play. Brent Venables’ stingy unit allowed only... 

Renfrow’s backup has big game as Tigers rout ‘Dogs

Fueled by a 31-point first quarter, No. 3 Clemson routed SC State 59-0 on Saturday afternoon in Memorial Stadium. That opening frame was the highest scoring first quarter in school history. With the win, the Tigers improved to 3-0 on the year. “Today was a great day,” said head coach Dabo Swinney. “It’s hard to play 92 guys and still get the shutout…I don’t care who you’re playing.... 

Renfrow to miss four to six weeks after injuring hand

Socastee High alum and Clemson starting wide receiver Hunter Renfrow will miss “a few weeks,” according to Tigers coach Dabo Swinney, after suffering a broken hand in Saturday’s 30-24 win over Troy. Renfrow sustained the injury while making a diving 35-yard touchdown reception. He returned to the game in limited action but did not make another catch. Preliminary reports on Saturday indicated... 

Renfrow’s highlight-reel TD helps Tigers hold off Troy

It wasn’t pretty, but it was a win for No. 2 Clemson on Saturday. And the prettiest play of the day came from an increasingly familiar source in former Socastee High standout Hunter Renfrow. Playing host to Troy, the Tigers (2-0) narrowly escaped a scare from the Trojans, 30-24. Clemson recovered a onside kick attempt by the Trojans in the final seconds to seal the win. Clemson sophomore... 

Renfrow looking for even bigger things this season

Following an unbelievable run to the national championship game in 2015, what could former Socastee High star and Clemson wide receiver Hunter Renfrow possibly do for an encore? How about making the game-winning touchdown catch in the Tigers’ 19-13 season-opening win over Auburn. Renfrow, a former walk-on who burst on the scene last season for Clemson, was up to is old tricks again in Saturday’s... 

Renfrow’s TD grab propels Clemson to opening win

Clemson opened the 2016 season Saturday with a 19-13 win over Auburn in front of a sellout Jordan-Hare Stadium. The Tigers batted down a Hail Mary pass attempt on the final play of the game to move to 1-0 on the season. Deshaun Watson passed for 248 yards and a touchdown, while wide receiver Mike Williams signaled his return with a career night. He caught nine passes for 174 yards to lead the playmakers.... 

Tigers second only to Tide in preseason coaches poll

Clemson is ranked second in the preseason Amway Coaches Poll released on Thursday.  It is the highest preseason ranking in Clemson history in either of the major polls.  Clemson was fourth in the preseason poll by the Coaches and the Associated Press in 1988, and fourth by Associated Press in 1984. This also marks the fifth straight year Clemson has been ranked in the preseason Amway Coaches... 

Tigers picked to win ACC; Watson preseason POY

Clemson is the preseason favorite to repeat as ACC football champion, according to a poll of 191 media members in attendance at last week’s 2016 ACC Football Kickoff in Charlotte. The Tigers, who posted a 14-1 overall record last season and reached the College Football Playoff National Championship Game, are also picked to again capture the Atlantic Division, while North Carolina is favored to... 

Clemson’s Watson keeping Tigers focused on followup

Clemson football faithful will carry memories of last year’s national title game run, but reigning ACC Player of the Year Deshaun Watson said it is important for the Tigers to have short memories as they prepare for 2015. “Just really, it’s simple,” the rising junior quarterback said at Friday ACC Football Kickoff. “Each and every year is a different year. We have to start over.... 

Finally, ACC TV Network plans to launch in 2019

Six years of negotiations are about to make Atlantic Coast Conference schools and fans happy as the ACC soon will become the fourth of the five power conferences to have its own network. ESPN is reporting that the ACC and ESPN have agreed to a 20-year deal that includes the long-anticipated ACC cable channel and rights extension through the 2035-36 academic year. Details of the new ACC network... 
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