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Renfrow has big outing in Clemson’s final scrimmage

The Clemson Tigers held their final stadium scrimmage of the preseason on Thursday and Socastee product Hunter Renfrow had his biggest day yet. Renfrow was the top receiver with four receptions for 72 yards, including a 21-yard touchdown reception from Watson. Renfrow, a former walk-on who earned a scholarship last week, apparently cemented his opportunity for playing time this season as a redshirt... 

Socastee standout Renfrow earns Clemson scholarship

Former Socastee High football standout Hunter Renfrow passed on scholarship offers from smaller schools for the opportunity to follow his dream at Clemson as a preferred walk-on. He didn’t waste any time earning a full scholarship. Tigers coach Dabo Swinney made the announcement following Saturday’s scrimmage and it was clear Renfrow has already earned the respect of his coaches and... 

Clemson coach Swinney loses father to cancer

Clemson football coach Dabo Swinney suffered the most painful kind of loss on Saturday when father Ervil Swinney passed away Saturday afternoon in their home town of Pelham, AL. The coach left Clemson late Saturday afternoon to be with his family in Alabama. Services were not yet scheduled. Coordinators Brent Venables, Tony Elliott and Jeff Scott will run Clemson’s practices on Saturday and Monday. Swinney... 

Gamecocks, Tigers collide in annual Palmetto Series

The rivalry between South Carolina and Clemson has always been intense. Whether it’s on the football field, basketball floor, baseball diamond or even a game of tiddlywinks, fans and student-athletes from both institutions have an enormous sense of pride when their respective school defeats the in-state rival. On Tuesday at the South Carolina Statehouse, the two universities announced a year-long... 

Clemson welcomes back Watson, loses QB Israel

Clemson welcomed back ACC Preseason Player of the Year Deshaun Watson to the field for the first practice session of the fall season, but the Tigers lost one of the candidates for his backup. Freshman quarterback Tucker Israel of Orlando, Fla., suffered a broken foot during a drill and should be out a number of weeks. “He broke the fifth metatarsal bone in a foot early in the practice,” said... 

Swinney has confidence in Clemson’s chances for title

The Clemson Tigers are looking forward to what could become their best season in years. With the preseason ACC player of the year, quarterback Deshaun Watson, controlling the offense, the Tigers were picked today to win the ACC football championship by media members in attendance at the ACC Football Kickoff in Pinehurst, NC. “Hopefully we can meet the expectations that other people have,” said... 

Clemson, Watson heavily favored to dominate ACC

Clemson was chosen as the preseason favorite to win the 2015 ACC Football Championship, according to a vote of the league media Tuesday at the conference’s annual preseason media event at Pinehurst Resort. The Tigers were picked first on 84 ballots, followed by Florida State (41) and Georgia Tech (20). In addition, sophomore quarterback Deshaun Watson was voted ACC Preseason Player of the Year. Watson... 

Watson among three Tigers on preseason watch lists

Three Clemson players were named to Watch Lists for national college football awards on Tuesday. Quarterback Deshaun Watson was named to the Maxwell Award Watch list, while Shaq Lawson and Mackensie Alexander were named to the Bednarik Award Watch List. The Maxwell Award is presented each year to the college football player of the year, and the Bednarik Award goes to the top defensive player. Watson... 

Clemson names Cougars’ Lee new baseball coach

Director of Athletics Dan Radakovich has named Monte Lee as Clemson’s 27th head baseball coach. Lee has served as head coach at College of Charleston for seven seasons, leading the program to a 276-145 (.656) record and four berths in the NCAA Tournament, including each of the past two seasons. “Monte is a gifted coach whose track record of success is a testament to his energy, coaching... 

Tigers baseball parts ways with veteran coach Leggett

Jack Leggett will not be retained as Clemson’s head baseball coach, Director of Athletics Dan Radakovich announced today. Leggett served for 22 years at the helm of the Clemson baseball program, winning 955 games and advancing to the College World Series six times with the last appearance in 2010. “This decision was not an easy one,” Radakovich said. “Jack Leggett has served this institution... 
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