Pittsburgh Head Coach Pat Narduzzi knows that the team they will face in the 2018 ACC Football Championship Game will have a much different feel than the team they beat two seasons ago in Death Valley.
Clemson’s postseason journey begins Saturday in Charlotte, and while the Tigers will play for their fourth straight ACC Championship Trophy, they’ll arrive in the Queen City with some already-earned hardware.
The Clemson Tigers control their own destiny for the College Football Playoff heading into the final week of scheduled games sitting at #2 in the penultimate installment of the committee’s selections.
The Atlantic Coast Conference named Head Coach Dabo Swinney its Coach of the Year and quarterback Trevor Lawrence its Offensive Rookie of the Year in its individual awards release on Tuesday.
The Clemson Tigers have had a lot of practice winning over the course of the last three years, but they get a chance at revenge this week against one of their few blemishes over Dabo Swinney’s latest tenure.
The Clemson Tigers dropped consecutive non-league games for the first time since 2016, losing Monday night to the Nebraska Cornhuskers, 68-66, in the opening game of the ACC/Big Ten Challenge.
The Clemson Tigers placed a conference-high 18 players on the 2018 ACC All-Conference football teams released following the conclusion of the regular season on Monday.
Pittsburgh Head Coach Pat Narduzzi and Clemson Head Coach Dabo Swinney addressed the media via conference call following the conclusion of their respective regular seasons and as the teams prepare to meet for the ACC Championship on Saturday in Charlotte.
USC used a wing and a prayer to make it competitive for a half but at the end of the night, Clemson was too fast and too strong and ran away to a 56-35 victory in the Palmetto Bowl, the Tigers’ fifth straight win over the Gamecocks. The Tigers completed their regular season at 12-0, […]
The Clemson Tigers made a valiant comeback attempt from as many as 13 points behind, but failed to finish against the Creighton Blue Jays, losing 87-82 in the Championship Game of the Cayman Islands Classic.