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Tigers’ fate rests in NCAA’s hands after loss to Virginia

No. 10 Virginia scored eight runs in the first inning in its 10-2 victory over No. 14 Clemson in the ACC Tournament at Jim Patterson Stadium on Friday afternoon. The Cavaliers improved to 42-14, while the Tigers dropped to 39-19 in both teams’ final game of the ACC Tournament. Clemson scored a run in the top of the first inning on Seth Beer’s groundout, but Virginia responded with eight... 

Tigers’ slide continues with loss to Duke in ACC opener

Michael Smiciklas’ check-swing, run-scoring double in the eighth inning broke a 3-3 tie and lifted Duke to a 6-3 victory over No. 14 Clemson in the ACC Tournament at Louisville Slugger Field on Tuesday night. The Blue Devils improved to 29-27, while the Tigers fell to 39-18. Chase Pinder led off the bottom of the first inning with his seventh homer of the year. Andrew Cox laced a homer, his... 

Clemson’s late grand slam spoils Coastal’s comeback

In a game that featured seven home runs (four by Clemson and three by Coastal Carolina) it was the last one, a grand slam by Tiger sophomore Seth Beer in the eighth, that proved to be the difference as #12 Clemson (38-15) rallied to beat #24 Coastal (34-19-1) 11-8 Tuesday night at Doug Kingsmore Stadium. Coastal trailed 7-1 through five innings before coming back taking an 8-7 in the top of the... 

More than 60,000 turn out to see Tigers’ spring game

Kelly Bryant rushed for 66 yards and a touchdown and Tucker Israel completed 13-19 passes and threw for a score to lead the Orange Team to a 19-14 win over the White Team in Clemson’s annual spring football game at Memorial Stadium. A spring game record crowd of over 60,000 Tiger fans watched the game that concluded the spring practice season for Dabo Swinney’s reigning National Champions. “The... 

Renfrow’s last-second TD helps Tigers turn the Tide

In a crowning moment for Clemson football, former Socastee High player Hunter Renfrow etched his name in the school’s history books on Monday night. With 1 second remaining in the National Championship Game against Alabama, Renfrow made the game-winning and national title-clinching touchdown catch – his 10th reception and second TD of the night – to give the Tigers a 35-31 victory... 

Tigers shut out Buckeyes, earn second shot at Bama

The Clemson football team has waited for a year for a second shot at Alabama for the national championship. On Saturday, the Tigers earned it. Clemson turned in perhaps its most impressive performance since last year’s 45-40 loss to the Crimson Tide on this same field in Arizona, shutting out the Buckeyes 31-0 in the Fiesta Bowl to advance to next week’s championship rematch. Quarterback... 

Clemson edges Gamecocks in back-and-forth contest

No. 22/20 South Carolina (9-2) fell at home Wednesday night to Clemson (9-2), 62-60, giving the Tigers the season sweep over the rival Gamecocks in football and men’s basketball. Colonial Life Arena was electric from the start and to the finish as the game went down to the wire. The Gamecocks led 54-52 at the final media timeout with 3:32 remaining. Dozier made a tough, second-effort bucket... 

Tigers’ Watson nets O’Brien Award, Heisman invitation

Deshaun Watson was the recipient of the 2016 Davey O’Brien Award, becoming the first player to win the top quarterback honor in consecutive years since Oklahoma’s Jason White in 2003,04. Watson was announced as the winner alongside finalists Lamar Jackson of Louisville and Baker Mayfield of Oklahoma at Thursday’s College Football Awards show in Atlanta. Watson is the fourth quarterback to... 

Renfrow’s clutch grabs lift Tigers to ACC title repeat

Clemson won back-to-back ACC championship games by defeating Virginia Tech 42-35 on Saturday night in Orlando, thanks in part to key back-to-back plays by Socastee High product Hunter Renfrow. With No. 3 Clemson clinging to a 35-28 lead in the fourth quarter, Renfrow came through with two huge plays to spark the Tigers to victory. The sophomore wideout caught a diving 31-yard catch to keep the... 

Tigers destroy Gamecocks in lopsided Palmetto Bowl

Behind the strong passing of Deshaun Watson, No. 4 Clemson (11-1) claimed a 56-7 victory over South Carolina (6-6) on Saturday evening at Memorial Stadium. Clemson held a 21-0 lead after the first quarter, all coming from the arm of Deshaun Watson. He hit Mike Williams for the first two scores, with Williams bringing down 19- and 34-yard receptions. Jordan Leggett made it 21-0 with an 11-yard scoring... 
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