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Miami Unkind To Clemson Again

Malcolm Grant scored 16 points and made the game-clinching interception with less than 5 seconds left Wednesday to help the Miami Hurricanes beat Clemson 76-73. Click to watch Tim Hill with the highlights on the Wednesday ABC Columbia News at 11.

3 Tigers Headed To Senior Bowl

Three members off the Atlantic division champion Clemson Tigers will team up together one final time in the 2012 Senior Bowl. Defensive tackle Brandon Thompson, defensive end Andre Branch and fullback Chad Diehl have all officially accepted invitations to the senior showcase event.

Clemson Drops Another To Duke

Duke junior Andre Dawkins came of the bench and scored a game-high 24 points as Clemson fell to the 6th ranked Blue Devils 73-66.

Swinney Strikes Back At Media

Dabo Swinney and ABC Columbia's Rob Brennan share a very interesting and candid discussion at Friday's Clemson's press conference.

Clemson Falls Flat Late, Loses At BC By 2

Dennis Clifford hit a short tiebreaking jumper in the lane with 42 seconds left and finished with 15 points to lift Boston College to a 59-57 win over Clemson Thursday night. The win snapped a three-game losing streak for Boston College (6-10, 1-1 Atlantic Coast Conference). Andre Young led the Tigers (9-7, 1-1) with 12 points and T.J. Sapp had 11.

Clemson Fires Defensive Coordinator

Kevin Steele will not return to the Clemson football staff for the 2012 season. He had been Clemson’s defensive coordinator since 2009.

Clemson's Ellington To Return For Senior Season

Clemson running back Andre Ellington announced Tuesday night that he will return for his senior year. Ellington was Clemson's leading rusher in 2011 with 1178 yards, the eighth best single season figure in school history. He was a major reason Clemson finished with a 10-4 record, a number-22 national ranking and the program's first ACC Championship in 20 years.

Orange Crushed--Clemson Loses 70-33

Geno Smith tied a record for any bowl game with six touchdown passes, including four to Tavon Austin, and No. 23 West Virginia set a bowl scoring record by beating No. 14 Clemson 70-33 on Wednesday in the Orange Bowl.

Ford Inducted Into Orange Bowl Hall of Fame

Clemson returns to the Orange Bowl for the first time since Danny Ford and the Tigers won their first national championship 22-15 against Nebraska in 1981. Ford's induction into the Orange Bowl Hall of Fame corresponds with Clemson's first trip back to the Orange Bowl.

Clemson Gets by ETSU 65-58

Devin Booker scored a career-high 22 points and Clemson held East Tennessee State to 26 points in the second half in a 65-58 victory over the Buccaneers on Sunday at Littlejohn Coliseum.

Swinney National Coach of the Year

Clemson Head Football Coach Dabo Swinney has been named the winner of the Bobby Dodd Award as the FBS National Coach of the Year.

Hopkins Misses Clemson's Orange Bowl Trip

DeAndre Hopkins, the second leading receiver on Clemson's ACC Championship football team, was injured in an auto accident Tuesday morning and did not accompany the Clemson team to Miami.

Clemson Bounces Back With OT Win

Tanner Smith scored a career-high 26 points as Clemson defeated Southern Illinois 83-75 in overtime on Friday.

Hawaii Trip Results in Loss for Clemson

Michael Perez scored a career-high 25 points to lead UTEP to a 61-48 victory over Clemson in an opening-round game of the Diamond Head Classic on Thursday.

Clemson Rolls Past Alabama State

Devin Booker had 13 points and seven rebounds as Clemson overwhelmed Alabama State with its size and halfcourt defense Monday night, strolling to a 70-45 win.

A Clemson Christmas

Thursday was the first day the Clemson Tiger players spoke to the media since its ACC Championship on December 3rd. Among the topics, the NFL future of junior tight end Dwayne Allen, and the holiday cheery atmosphere that was witnessed during football practice.

Clemson Back on Practice Field

The sun continues to shine down on the Clemson football team. The Tigers opened practice for the Discover Orange Bowl Tuesday to a sunny and warm day without a cloud in the sky.

Sports Illustrated All-American Team Announced

Two Gamecocks and five Tigers have made the 2011 Sports Illustrated All-American team. First team selections include Gamecock defensive end Melvin Ingram, Clemson tight end Dwayne Allen, and Clemson kick returner Sammy Wakins. Watkins was also named honorable mention as a wide receiver.

NCAA Looking Into Watkins Flier

A flier has popped up in Florida as well as on the internet promoting an event with the name of Clemson Tiger wide receiever, Sammy Watkins on it.

Allen an ESPN All-American

Clemson tight end Dwayne Allen was named a first-team All-American ESPN. It is the third All-America team for Allen, who was also named the winner of the John Mackey Award as the top tight end in college football.

Clemson Falls to Arizona 63-47

Arizona rode a big first-half cushion to a 63-47 win over Clemson on Saturday. Clemson (4-4) got off to a miserable start offensively and never fully recovered.

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