Grace Raynor, the Clemson beat reporter for The Post and Courier, on Monday was named South Carolina Sportswriter of the Year for the second straight year by the National Sports Media Association. Raynor shares the honor with Manie Robinson of the Greenville News.
An emotional Alshon Jeffery said the Philadelphia Eagles’ loss to the New Orleans on Sunday is on his shoulders after a pass slipped through his hands and was intercepted in the closing minutes of the game.
Gene Sapakoff column: As Nick Saban has forced early firings in the SEC West, Clemson's success puts extra pressure on ACC football programs and South Carolina. The likes of Will Muschamp, Ray Tanner and Willie Taggart are on the clock.
Gene Sapakoff column: Clemson compares favorably when its 15-0 record is matched up against seven contenders in a Best College Football Season Ever argument.
Clemson's football team celebrated its national championship with a parade Saturday afternoon with tens of thousands of fans on hand.
Gene Sapakoff column: Clemson offensive co-coordinator Tony Elliott of James Island gets mentioned as a college head coach candidate but might make more sense in the NFL, where the trend is hiring bright, offensive-minded young guys.
A handful of big names from Clemson and South Carolina will undoubtedly be on the field this weekend during the divisional round of the NFL playoffs.
The good news for Clemson is the bad news for Alabama: Justyn Ross isn't going anywhere any time soon.
Clemson will celebrate its second college football national championship in three years with a parade and stadium gathering on Saturday.
Gene Sapakoff column: It's not too early to look ahead to New Orleans and Clemson's path to a third College Football Playoff national championship in three seasons.
Clemson's Dexter Lawrence, Tre Lamar and Trayvon Mullen announced Wednesday that they will forgo their senior seasons and declare for the NFL Draft.
Clemson walk-on Lyles Davis of James Island was mobbed by his teammates after earning a scholarship after four years with the team.
Nolan Turner had only one other scholarship offer, Alabama-Birmingham; but the Clemson safety in the Tigers' 44-16 national championship game rout of Alabama proved he is far more than just a 'favor' from Dabo Swinney to Turner's late father.
Clemson's celebrations include the team's return Tuesday night; an Upstate tour for the college football national championship trophy; and a parade on Saturday.
Gene Sapakoff column: Meet the new College Football Playoff boss; Clemson rolled the Alabama Crimson Tide on Monday night in Santa Clara and probably isn't done winning national titles
Clemson's cornerbacks suited up week after week through the course of the 2018 football season and, almost like clockwork, heard what was said about them.
Clemson and Alabama played for the College Football Playoff National Championship on Monday night in Santa Clara, Calif.
Weather was dreary over the weekend and the secondary ticket market tanked, but College Football Playoff Executive Director Bill Hancock still likes the idea of Santa Clara as the 2019 host site for the national championship game.
Clemson receivers won enough battles for jump balls to beat Alabama in the 2016 national championship game but failed last year in a 24-6 Sugar Bowl loss; "50-50 ball" emphasis is extra-important going into the national title game at Levi's Stadium.
Who plays Tua Tagovailoa on Clemson's scout team? And what do Dabo Swinney and Nick Saban say about the narrative that their programs playing each other again are bad for college football?
Clemson has enjoyed top-level coaching staff stability; Alabama has six new assistant coaches and has had four offensive coordinators in four years. What gives Monday night in the national championship game?
Trevor Lawrence is meeting an old friend in California this week and Dabo Swinney is excited to have seen his first tumbleweed.
Trevor Lawrence and Tua Tagovailoa will get all the publicity. But don't forget about the two quarterbacks who each saved Clemson and Alabama's seasons: Chase Brice and Jalen Hurts.
The "eclectic" Northern California Clemson Club has been hoping for this for a few years, a Tigers appearance in the College Football Playoff national championship game in Santa Clara. They are rolling out the orange and purple carpets for fellow alums and fans ahead of Monday night's game against Alabama.
Clemson had no idea who Isaiah Simmons was eight days before Signing Day three years ago. Then, he was a safety. Now, the linebacker is clicking as he is set to play in his first national championship game.
As the Clemson football team prepares for its third national championship title game in four years — all against Alabama — several former Tigers are preparing for NFL playoff games this weekend.
Losing Dexter Lawrence to a drug test suspension hurts Clemson beyond his play on the defensive line; the 350-pound junior is part of a Fridge package on offense the Tigers should not abandon.
Alabama in a Sugar Bowl win over Clemson last year made the most of its anger stemming from a national championship loss to the Tigers the season before. It's the Tigers' turn to turn the tables on motivation.
Gene Sapakoff column: The Alabama-Clemson rivalry isn't just the best thing college football has going; it's the best top-level rivalry in college or NFL history.
Albert Huggins took his place at the Cotton Bowl's Media Day setup last week in Texas, and while dozens of reporters swirled around Dexter Lawrence for a failed drug test that suspended him, Huggins sat in his seat, waiting for what was next.
CLEMSON — Austin Bryant woke up early Monday morning after Clemson's football team returned home from the Cotton Bowl on Sunday night.
He didn’t throw any touchdown passes on Sunday. But as usual, Deshaun Watson found other ways to help the Houston Texans win.
Gene Sapakoff column: Clemson can upset Alabama in the College Football Playoff national championship game if freshman quarterback Trevor Lawrence doesn't take too many hits inside and outside the pocket.
Dabo Swinney's big and little touches were all over a masterful 30-3 rout of Notre Dame in the Cotton Bowl, from his decision to make Trevor Lawrence the starting quarterback to offering marginal prospect Nolan Turner a scholarship.