Bert Henderson, Clemson’s associate athletic director of planned giving, was reported missing from his home in Easley, S.C. at 3:45 p.m. Monday afternoon, according to WSPA. Clemson released the following statement after being notified of Henderson’s missing status:
We finally have a definitive answer to the question everyone was asking after Rex Ryan was fired by the Buffalo Bills: What will be the fate of Rex’s big-ass Bills truck?
AL.com filmed three groups of Alabama football fans as they reacted to two crucial scores in Monday’s CFP Championship: Jalen Hurts’s 30-yard touchdown to give the Crimson Tide a lead with two minutes left, and Clemson receiver Hunter Renfrow’s game-winning TD with one second left. Don’t skip ahead; let the video…
For an interior defensive lineman, short fourth downs and goal-line stands seem like the most exciting situations a football game can offer the position—their shot to get low, blow through an aggressive wall of meat, and make the play in the backfield. But as Alabama’s Da’Ron Payne discovered, if you don’t do the…
Clemson senior LB and Ben Boulware shared a moment—maybe a little longer than a moment—with the CFP trophy after Clemson’s thrilling win over Alabama. You can’t rush these things. Trophies need time to get warmed up, and it also helps if they’re relaxed, and comfortable, and are genuinely into you. Be responsive! Ask…
This National Championship game felt familiar, Clemson slogging early against a world-class Alabama defense before, gradually, luring them into exactly the Tigers’ type of game: a shootout. (The only difference being, maybe, that this year the clock ran out with the score in Clemson’s favor.) The connective tissue…
More than any other team in sports, Alabama football feels the most futile to root against. Over and over, they’ve stamped out nascent comebacks with two well-timed turnovers or turned a 14-10 game into a 28-10 game in two minutes of work. These are the sorts of ways you can win games when you’re bigger and faster…
Clemson capped off a national championship finish we’ll never forget with Hunter Renfrow’s touchdown catch with just one second remaining. Above is how it sounded on ESPN; below are how commentators on eight other networks—including Clemson radio—reacted to the play.
The National Championship rematch between Alabama and Clemson was just as fraught and close as 2016's all-time classic, but unlike last year, it ended with Alabama getting their hearts ripped out and Clemson wining their first title since 1981.
Mike Williams hung on and got the first down here, but it cost him a huge shot from Alabama DB Tony Brown. There was no penalty called on the play, even if it appeared to be a fairly clear targeting violation. The Tigers held him out for the rest of the drive, but ESPN reported that he was medically cleared to return…
Finding fresh storylines for a rematch can be tough. While Lane Kiffin has been stuck with the yeoman’s load as far as making the lead-up to this year’s college football title game interesting, a couple Clemson defenders have made clear they’re ready to carry the torch, at least for today.
So Clemson wrecked Ohio State tonight and will face Alabama next week for the national championship. Pray the Tigers win, for the sake of our puppetmasters in Moscow—who, if Russian TV announcers are any indication, bleed orange.
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If you think college football players should be paid real money for their labor, then I’ve got one question for you, tough guy: Where’s the money to pay them with going to come from, huh?
ESPN has revealed the matchups for the third annual College Football Playoff. No. 1 Alabama will face No. 4 Washington, and No. 2 Clemson has No. 3 Ohio State. Both games will be played on December 31, with the final on January 9 in Tampa.
Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney has a bone to pick with all those unethical reporters out there who don’t cover his team exactly the way he wants them to.
According to South Carolina players, rivalry week allegedly took an ugly, racist turn on Saturday; Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney believes otherwise.
Chris Blewitt’s 48-yard field goal in the final seconds gave Pitt a 43-42 win over second-ranked and undefeated Clemson, throwing the college football playoff race into chaos.