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FINAL: 52-28 Aggies over the Gamecocks

A tough season opener at home Thursday for the Gamecocks. They lost in a shocker to Texas A&M 52-28. Read more »

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Clemson Tickets Hit 6-Year High

The Clemson Athletic Ticket Office announced today football season ticket totals have approached 56,000, marking the highest distributed total since the 2008 season. The total does not include nearly 12,000 student tickets available to each game. Read More »

Dabo:No Reprieve For Suspended Tigers

Clemson coach Dabo Swinney says the three players suspended for the 16th-ranked Tigers' opener at No. 12 Georgia, including returning starters defensive end Corey Crawford and offensive lineman David Beasley, won't get a reprieve from their one-game punishments. Read More »

Clemson Running Back Zac Brooks Out for Season

Clemson junior running back Zac Brooks, Clemson’s top returning rusher from last season, suffered a foot injury Monday night in practice and will be lost for the season. Read More »

Clemson Tigers Wrap Camp

Tuesday’s two-hour afternoon Clemson football practice closed the books on preseason camp. The Tigers begin classes on Wednesday and there will be no football activity that day. Read More »

Clemson #16 In AP Preseason Poll

Clemson was ranked 16th in the preseason Associated Press College Football Poll released on Sunday, August 17. The ranking matches Clemson’s number-16 ranking in the preseason USA Today poll released on July 31. Read More »

Watkins Leaves Game With Injured Ribs

Former Clemson standout and current Buffalo Bills wide receiver Sammy Watkins left early in the first quarter with a rib contusion and did not return to an exhibition game against the Pittsburgh Steelers Saturday night. It's uncertain whether the fourth overall pick in the draft will be available when the Bills host Tampa Bay next weekend. "They're going to run tests and everything and we'll see how he is," Buffalo coach Doug Marrone said. Watkins walked off the field clutching his side during Buffalo's first drive after Steelers rookie linebacker Ryan Shazier jumped over him while attempting to break up a pass attempt. Read More »

Tigers hold final preseason scrimmage

Head coach Dabo Swinney was more upbeat after Saturday’s scrimmage than he was after the one Wednesday. It was the final stadium scrimmage of the preseason for the Tigers as they prepare to meet the 12th-ranked Georgia Bulldogs on August 30, just two weeks from today. Read More »

Clemson Ready To Start Preparing For Georgia

Head coach Dabo Swinney was more upbeat after Saturday’s scrimmage than he was after the one Wednesday. It was the final stadium scrimmage of the preseason for the Tigers as they prepare to meet the 12th-ranked Georgia Bulldogs on August 30, just two weeks from today. “We had a little of everything today,” Swinney said. “We had some good and had some bad on both sides of the ball. Overall, I thought the defense set the tempo and had a good day. There were a few missed plays on competitive situations where the receivers made the play. In general, Swinney said it has been a good camp, but the team and coaches are now ready to concentrate on someone else. “We are tired of practicing against each other. The team is ready to start preparation for Georgia. They are ready to look at some film of someone else instead of reviewing practice tape.” Read More »

Clemson to show UGA opener in Death Valley

As Clemson football fans quickly exhausted the school’s 7,500-ticket allotment for the season opener against Georgia in Athens, those without tickets began asking about the possibility of gathering in Memorial Stadium to watch the game on the video boards. Read More »

Tigers take time for team bonding

Friday was a day of hard work in the morning and team bonding in the afternoon for the Clemson football team. Dabo Swinney’s Tigers worked for two and a half hours on the fields in Jervey Meadows, then spent the afternoon at The Reserve at Lake Keowee. Read More »

Clemson to debut new fan experience

With a stated goal of continuing to provide fans with the nation’s best gameday experience, Clemson Athletics and Experience (expapp.com), announced today Tiger fans will be able to use their smartphones to purchase seat upgrades and experiences beginning with Fan Day on Sunday, Aug. 17. Read More »

Morris Moving On Without Stars

Clemson offensive coordinator Chad Morris is not about to let the Tigers' attack take a step backward, despite missing two record-setting playmakers from a year ago in receiver Sammy Watkins and quarterback Tajh Boyd. Read More »

Scrimmage Leaves Swinney Unimpressed

The Tigers held a “situational scrimmage” on Wednesday morning in Memorial Stadium, and head coach Dabo Swinney was not impressed with what he saw. It was the 13th practice of the preseason over a 14-day period for the Tigers and the first post practice interview in which Swinney was obviously disappointed with his team’s performance. “We would not have beaten anyone today,” Swinney told the media contingent after practice. “We had way too many mistakes. It has been a good camp until today, but there were just too many errors in all phases of the game.” Read More »

Tigers Set For Wednesday Scrimmage

It was a “sticky start” to a two and a half hour practice on the Jervey Meadows area for the Clemson football team on Tuesday. The Tigers came on the fields after a downpour and were met by brilliant sunshine, which sent the humidity skyward. It was a good work day for the Tigers, who will hold a situational scrimmage in Death Valley on Wednesday morning, followed by a 14-period practice in the afternoon. Read More »

Bradshaw Just Misses U.S. Amateur Cut

Clemson junior Blake Kennedy and recently graduated Thomas Bradshaw qualified for the 2014 United States Amateur, but did not advance to the match play portion of the championship. The event is being played at the Atlanta Athletic Club in Atlanta, Ga on two courses. Match play competition begins on Wednesday. Bradshaw had a solid performance with rounds of 74-73 for a four over par total of 147. He finished just two shots off the cutline. Bradshaw was a member of four Clemson NCAA Tournament teams between 2011-14. Read More »

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