Rodney Williams is going out a winner again. Clemson’s all-time winningest quarterback won his final game in the 1988 Citrus Bowl against Oklahoma. And in his final game as the analyst on the Clemson football network, Williams joined Don Munson in describing the Tigers’ win over Alabama in the national championship game. Sources confirmed Tuesday night Williams is retiring from
South Carolina offensive coordinator Bryan McClendon met with the media after the Gamecocks’ practice Tuesday to give the latest updates on the quarterback depth behind starter Jake Bentley. McClendon confirmed the reports that freshman Ryan Hilinski has been named the Gamecocks backup quarterback after the staff reviewed the film of Saturday’s scrimmage, meaning Dakereon Joyner will start the season third
USC defensive coordinator Travaris Robinson made his pre-season camp appearance in front of the media late Monday afternoon. Robinson gave the scribes pretty much all they could handle regarding details of his defense, position by position. But the overriding theme was stated early, that this defense is the deepest he’s had in his tenure at USC.
The Coastal Carolina football program is now in the hands of Jamey Chadwell following the retirement of Joe Moglia. Based on Chadwell’s history, the program is in good hands. Chadwell has been a winner every step of the way in his head coaching career, most recently at Charleston Southern. He steps in at a time when the Chants are stepping
Clemson practiced Monday morning and while the Tigers were prancing on the Jervey Meadows grass, the AP was issuing it’s pre-season ranking that put Clemson at the top. No big shock there as the defending national champions were also ranked #1 in the pre-season by the coaches. What’s also not a shock, Dabo Swinney’s reaction to said rankings. He talked
The writers voting in the AP pre-season poll agree with the coaches. Clemson is the #1 team in the country heading into the season. For the Tigers, it’s the first time the program will open the season ranked atop the AP poll, the same distinction they earned with the coaches’ poll earlier this month. Clemson received 52 of the 62
Catholic High School in Tampa opened its season Friday night and safety DJ Taylor (5-10 190) had a big night. He picked off three passes, broke up another and made a couple of tackles. Among those to take notice of the efforts of the Arizona State commitment was USC defensive coordinator/secondary coach Travaris Robinson. He was so impressed he contacted