The Clemson Tigers have slid one spot to third in the College Football Playoff rankings, while South Carolina made its first appearance at #24.
For Clemson linebacker Dorian O’Daniel, growing up in a Catholic school league of perennial powers in the Washington, DC area prepared him well for the Palmetto Bowl rivalry.
There would be no war of words from Dabo Swinney’s side of the Palmetto Bowl rivalry, he has nothing but respect for the job Will Muschamp has done in his second season at South Carolina.
Clemson’s 18 turnovers were too much to overcome as the Temple Owls won the Charleston Classic Championship with a 67-60 victory on Sunday.
Clemson coach Dabo Swinney said on his Sunday conference call he was very pleased by what he saw from his team in Saturday’s win over The Citadel. He said his team is healthy and ready to get to work Monday on USC. Swinney called this a special week and is looking forward to the challenge […]
Ahead of Saturday’s Palmetto Bowl rivalry game and the final week of the college football regular season, the AP and Coaches’ Poll rankings sit largely unchanged.
The Clemson Tigers amassed 662 yards of total offense in a total domination of the Citadel Bulldogs, winning 61-3 Saturday afternoon at Death Valley.
Donte Grantham’s team-high 22 points led four players in double figures as the Clemson Tigers defeated the Hofstra Pride, 78-59, to advance to the Championship of the Charleston Classic.
Clemson shot 49 percent from the field and had four players in double figures as the Tigers defeated Ohio, 81-76, in their opening round game at the Charleston Classic.
Twelve seniors will take the field at Memorial Stadium for the last time on Saturday, and the final time Tiger fans will see three key contributors in Death Valley.