Clemson Tigers

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Team Snapshot
Passing Yards 279.0 23rd
Rushing Yards 248.2 10th
Points For 44.3 13th
Points Against 13.7 2nd
2019 ACC Standings
COASTAL CONF OVR
Boston College 0-0 0-0
Clemson 0-0 0-0
Florida State 0-0 0-0
Louisville 0-0 0-0
NC State 0-0 0-0
Syracuse 0-0 0-0
Wake Forest 0-0 0-0

Clemson Tigers News

  • @ClemsonFB • 3h

    The Clemson Insider: Swinney says Clemson's freshmen 'are very self-aware' of the process

    Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney is pleased with what he saw from his football team in fall camp, especially from his young players.

    "There is just only so much you can do," he said. "I wish I could say, 'Boom! They're a junior.' But it just doesn't work that way."

    Swinney used running back Travis Etienne as a perfect example of how a player develops from his freshman year to his junior. The Jennings, Louisiana native rushed for 766 yards and scored 13 touchdowns in 2017 but broke out to set three school records and tie one ACC record for the Tigers last year.

    Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney is pleased with what he saw from his football team in fall camp, especially from his young players.

    "There is just only so much you can do," he said. "I wish I could say, 'Boom! They're a junior.' But it just doesn't work that way."

    Swinney used running back Travis Etienne as a perfect example of how a player develops from his freshman year to his junior. The Jennings, Louisiana native rushed for 766 yards and scored 13 touchdowns in 2017 but broke out to set three school records and tie one ACC record for the Tigers last year.

  • @ClemsonFB • 12h
  • Join the boys on Lake Keowee for Jet Skis, Boats, Swimming & Fishing at Lake Day 2019! #ALLIN https://t.co/0Vaz4MhxEB

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  • @ClemsonFB • 12h

    The Clemson Insider: Illustrious magazine picks Clemson to repeat

    It looks Clemson vs. Alabama Part V is going to happen, again. At least that is what three of the writers of Sports Illustrated think.

    SI.com revealed its College Football Playoff Crystal Ball picks for the 2019 football season on Wednesday, along with its darkhorse picks, predictions and more.

    Of SI.com's six college football writers, five picked the Tigers to repeat as national champions, and all six picked Clemson to make it to the national championship game, the only school picked by all six writers to do so.

    The five writers who picked the Tigers to win it all again where Joan Niesen, Laken Litman, Scooby Axson, Max Meyer and Michael Shapiro.

    It looks Clemson vs. Alabama Part V is going to happen, again. At least that is what three of the writers of Sports Illustrated think.

    SI.com revealed its College Football Playoff Crystal Ball picks for the 2019 football season on Wednesday, along with its darkhorse picks, predictions and more.

    Of SI.com's six college football writers, five picked the Tigers to repeat as national champions, and all six picked Clemson to make it to the national championship game, the only school picked by all six writers to do so.

    The five writers who picked the Tigers to win it all again where Joan Niesen, Laken Litman, Scooby Axson, Max Meyer and Michael Shapiro.

  • @ClemsonFB • 16h
  • How it feels to be a Clemson Tiger...#ALLIN https://t.co/TF7njk09en

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  • @ClemsonFB • 16h
  • , Mom! - KJ https://t.co/aGwtYoR2zL

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  • @ClemsonFB • 16h
  • Coach V is counting down... https://t.co/YIIcq8UrDV

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  • @ClemsonFB • 16h
  • Nyles, what does the last day of camp and getting closer to kickoff feel like? https://t.co/4rpwSCt5lR

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  • @ClemsonFB • 16h
  • Last day of preseason camp! Let's check in with the boys...9 ETN https://t.co/jMgf0Zjy23

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  • @ClemsonFB • 17h

    The Clemson Insider: Elite 2021 OL talks interest in Tigers

    Orem (Utah) offensive tackle Kingsley Suamataia figures to see his recruitment heat up quickly in a couple of weeks. He is one of the top prospects at his position in the country, and starting Sept. 1, college football coaches can begin actively reaching out to student-athletes in the class of 2021.

    Suamataia has been drawing early interest from the defending national champions, among many other schools. The 6-foot-5, 280-pounder already has verbal offers to play for many of the top programs across college football including Oregon, Alabama, Florida, Georgia, LSU, Michigan, Ohio State, Stanford, Southern Cal and Washington.

    Orem (Utah) offensive tackle Kingsley Suamataia figures to see his recruitment heat up quickly in a couple of weeks. He is one of the top prospects at his position in the country, and starting Sept. 1, college football coaches can begin actively reaching out to student-athletes in the class of 2021.

    Suamataia has been drawing early interest from the defending national champions, among many other schools. The 6-foot-5, 280-pounder already has verbal offers to play for many of the top programs across college football including Oregon, Alabama, Florida, Georgia, LSU, Michigan, Ohio State, Stanford, Southern Cal and Washington.

  • @ClemsonFB • 21h

    TigerNet.com: Special teams rounding into form as season approaches

    CLEMSON - Special teams has always been the unknown for the Clemson Tigers, especially in recent years. With the 2019 season arriving soon, there are a few different areas that will need to be filled.

    At placekicker, it looks as if B.T. Potter leads the battle to fill the position for the year, but special teams coach Danny Pearman mentioned that both Steven Sawicki and Jonathan Weitz have both performed well and are challenging Potter.

    "I would say (B.T.) is ahead of the competition, but it has been steady each scrimmage.

    CLEMSON - Special teams has always been the unknown for the Clemson Tigers, especially in recent years. With the 2019 season arriving soon, there are a few different areas that will need to be filled.

    At placekicker, it looks as if B.T. Potter leads the battle to fill the position for the year, but special teams coach Danny Pearman mentioned that both Steven Sawicki and Jonathan Weitz have both performed well and are challenging Potter.

    "I would say (B.T.) is ahead of the competition, but it has been steady each scrimmage.

  • @ClemsonFB • 1d

    The Clemson Insider: What kind of team will Clemson field against Georgia Tech?

    With camp now over, Clemson turns its attention to the 2019 regular season and in particular Georgia Tech.

    The top-ranked Tigers will host the Yellow Jackets at Memorial Stadium in Clemson on Aug.29. Kickoff is set for 8 p.m., and the game will be televised on the new ACC Network.

    What kind of football team should you expect to see from the Tigers in the season opener? Well, it is one that is stacked offensively.

    As expected, Clemson's offense had a very good camp. The offense won the majority of the battles in the scrimmages.

    Head coach Dabo Swinney said quarterback Trevor Lawrence had a great camp, as did running back Travis Etienne.

    With camp now over, Clemson turns its attention to the 2019 regular season and in particular Georgia Tech.

    The top-ranked Tigers will host the Yellow Jackets at Memorial Stadium in Clemson on Aug.29. Kickoff is set for 8 p.m., and the game will be televised on the new ACC Network.

    What kind of football team should you expect to see from the Tigers in the season opener? Well, it is one that is stacked offensively.

    As expected, Clemson's offense had a very good camp. The offense won the majority of the battles in the scrimmages.

    Head coach Dabo Swinney said quarterback Trevor Lawrence had a great camp, as did running back Travis Etienne.

  • @ClemsonFB • 1d

    The Clemson Insider: Foster persevered through tumultuous fall camp

    Temperatures soared throughout top-ranked Clemson's fall camp this August, which took a toll on players during the already exhausting process of preparing for an early Thursday night kickoff to the 2019 season.

    Numerous players described this year's camp as the hottest and most physically tolling in their time as Tigers. Several players missed time due to injury or various bumps and bruises but now with nine days until the Aug. 29 matchup with Georgia Tech in Memorial Stadium it's time to get their legs back before game week preparation begins this weekend.

    The Clemson defense, in the process of rebuilding after losing several starters, dealt with nagging injuries throughout the rather tumultuous camp.

    Temperatures soared throughout top-ranked Clemson's fall camp this August, which took a toll on players during the already exhausting process of preparing for an early Thursday night kickoff to the 2019 season.

    Numerous players described this year's camp as the hottest and most physically tolling in their time as Tigers. Several players missed time due to injury or various bumps and bruises but now with nine days until the Aug. 29 matchup with Georgia Tech in Memorial Stadium it's time to get their legs back before game week preparation begins this weekend.

    The Clemson defense, in the process of rebuilding after losing several starters, dealt with nagging injuries throughout the rather tumultuous camp.

  • @ClemsonFB • 2d

    The Clemson Insider: Potter a different kicker heading into year two

    B.T. Potter is much more comfortable than he was a year ago as a wide-eyed true freshman going through his first fall camp with Clemson.

    The big-legged kicker will never forget when he missed his very first field-goal attempt in camp last year, with all his new teammates looking on. In fact, that moment serves as motivation for him now.

    "It was tough at first," Potter recalled. "I remember last year I came out here, first fall camp, and missed my first kick. I was like, 'Dang, this is tough.'"

    Fast forward to the present and Potter is far more confident in his craft, having wrapped up his second fall camp with a full year of experience under his belt from a season ago.

    B.T. Potter is much more comfortable than he was a year ago as a wide-eyed true freshman going through his first fall camp with Clemson.

    The big-legged kicker will never forget when he missed his very first field-goal attempt in camp last year, with all his new teammates looking on. In fact, that moment serves as motivation for him now.

    "It was tough at first," Potter recalled. "I remember last year I came out here, first fall camp, and missed my first kick. I was like, 'Dang, this is tough.'"

    Fast forward to the present and Potter is far more confident in his craft, having wrapped up his second fall camp with a full year of experience under his belt from a season ago.

  • @ClemsonFB • 2d

    Fansided: Clemson Football: Could Cornell Powell have a breakout season?

    One Clemson football player who we've heard very little about throughout the course of the spring and in fall camp is Cornell Powell.

    Powell has been competing with fellow veterans Diondre Overton and TJ Chase for the starting slot wide receiver position throughout fall camp. Though Powell isn't as lauded as some of the other Clemson football players, he still could be poised for a breakout season.

    Powell (6-foot-0) is now up to 210 pounds and it's clear that he spent the majority of last season in the weight room getting stronger and working on his hands.

    One Clemson football player who we've heard very little about throughout the course of the spring and in fall camp is Cornell Powell.

    Powell has been competing with fellow veterans Diondre Overton and TJ Chase for the starting slot wide receiver position throughout fall camp. Though Powell isn't as lauded as some of the other Clemson football players, he still could be poised for a breakout season.

    Powell (6-foot-0) is now up to 210 pounds and it's clear that he spent the majority of last season in the weight room getting stronger and working on his hands.

  • @ClemsonFB • 2d

    Fansided: Clemson Football: Tigers enter final day of fall camp 2019

    The 2019 Clemson football season is just a little more than a week away from kicking off.

    The Tigers have gone through the worst of fall camp and came out on the other side. The team will officially have their last practice of preseason camp before turning their attention to Georgia Tech.

    Wednesday will mark the official start of 'game week' for the Tigers as they begin to prepare for a matchup with the Yellow Jackets that will kick off at 8 p.m. next Thursday in Death Valley live on the ACC Network.

    The 2019 Clemson football season is just a little more than a week away from kicking off.

    The Tigers have gone through the worst of fall camp and came out on the other side. The team will officially have their last practice of preseason camp before turning their attention to Georgia Tech.

    Wednesday will mark the official start of 'game week' for the Tigers as they begin to prepare for a matchup with the Yellow Jackets that will kick off at 8 p.m. next Thursday in Death Valley live on the ACC Network.

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