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Trevor Lawrence earns 2018 Archie Griffin Award

The Touchdown Club of Columbus announced this week that Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence has earned the Archie Griffin Award, presented annually to college football's most valuable player following the conclusion of bowl season.

Jeffery's drop ends Eagles season, Saints advance to NFC Title game

Nick Foles’ pass from the Saints 27 deflected off usually sure-handed receiver Alshon Jeffery with about two minutes remaining. A couple dozen Saints players surged off the sideline toward the end zone in celebration, while Jeffery fell face-first to the turf in agony.

Gamecocks Cruise to 76-53 Win over LSU on the Road

From start to finish #21/25 South Carolina women's basketball dominated LSU, defeating the Lady Tigers 76-53 in Baton Rouge Sunday night. The Gamecocks (12-4, 4-0 SEC) scored 29 points on 76.9 percent shooting in the first quarter and never looked back for their ninth-straight win over LSU.

Clemson's champs celebrated as Tigers parade through campus

Classic cars lined the streets alongside giant trucks hauling bleachers full of the top football team in the nation. Tens of thousands of fans lined rows deep into the sidewalks, standing on the rooftops of local business looking to catch a glimpse of their heroes, a smile from a favorite player, or yes... even a donut.

19-0 start carries No. 21 South Carolina women by Gators

Bianca Cuevas-Moore hit four 3-pointers, two as South Carolina opened the game with a 19-0 run, and scored 16 points to lead the No. 21 Gamecocks to their seventh-straight win, 71-40 over Florida on Thursday night.

Clemson women top first ranked opponent in seven years with win at No. 23 Miami

In a huge statement early in conference play, the Clemson Tigers (11-5, 2-1) registered a come-from-behind win against the No. 23 Miami Hurricanes (14-4, 2-1) for their first victory over a ranked opponent in seven years. The Tigers outscored the Hurricanes 30-18 in the fourth quarter en route a hard-fought 76-67 win.

Swinney earns Paul "Bear" Bryant Award

The American Heart Association announced tonight that Clemson Head Coach Dabo Swinney has been named the recipient of the 2018 Paul "Bear" Bryant Award. Now in its 33rd year, the award recognizes the country’s top college football coach for his contributions both on and off the field.


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