Posted October 11, 2013 on AP on Fox
Clemson coach Dabo Swinney has suspended receiver Germone Hopper and safety Ronald Geohaghan for the Boston College game Saturday for what he called poor behavior. Swinney said Friday the two players violated team rules but did not release any other details Hopper is a red-shirt freshman from Charlotte, N.C., who is the third-ranked Tigers' second-leading receiver this season with 16 catches for 117 yards and two touchdowns. His role has increased the past month because of the season-ending injury to Charone Peake who tore a knee ligament at practice on Sept. 10. Geohaghan is a freshman from Allendale who has one tackle in three games. Clemson (5-0, 3-0 Atlantic Coast Conference) plays the Eagles (3-2, 1-1) at Death Valley.

Tajh Boyd Tells Fans To Shut Up During Interview

Clemson Tigers star quarterback, Heisman hopeful and projected 2014 NFL Draft first round pick Tajh Boyd completed 30 of 44 passes (68.2 percent) for 334 yards with one touchdown and no interceptions and added 33 yards and a score on nine carries as he guided his team past a trap game with a 24-14 win over Boston College. Several boisterous fans seemed to get a little carried away...

Clemson receiver Germone Hopper suspended for Saturday vs. BC

With a big matchup with Florida State looming next week, the Clemson Tigers won't have their 2nd-leading wide receiver Germone Hopper on the field Saturday for a tune-up against Boston College. Hopper, along with DB Ronald Geohaghan were suspended for a “violation of unspecified team rules,” the team announced via a press release.

Defensive line making impact for No. 3 Clemson

Clemson defensive tackle Grady Jarrett is glad to see the third-ranked Tigers getting attention for their defense. The accolades will continue if the unit keeps shutting teams down. Clemson has held its past four opponents to 14 points of less, something that hadn't been done since the first four games of the 2000 season. And a big reason is the play of the defensive line,...

BCS & Poll Projections Week Eight: Upsets cause top 10 shake up, big game looms in Death Valley

Saturday night featured five games in which a ranked team lost to a lower ranked opponent. Week eight will certainly bring more movement in the top five of the rankings since projected BCS No. 3 Clemson will be playing BCS No. 4 Florida State at Death Valley. After falling in the polls lately despite winning, Louisville should jump to sixth in the USA Today Coaches poll and is on...

Tigers discuss win over B.C.

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Seeing is believing

CLEMSON - Shaq Anthony didn’t particularly care for the kinds of evaluations he received coming out of Wren High School.

Scoop and score

CLEMSON - Vic Beasley doesn’t scoop and score if Tony Steward doesn’t make the play just like Brent Venables drew it up.

Jarrett transforming Clemson defense

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Kearse has big opportunity

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Boston College Eagles vs. Clemson Tigers: Odds, Point Spread, Over/Under and tv info

getty images The No. 3 ranked Clemson Tigers will host the unranked Boston College Eagles on Saturday. While Clemson has begun the season 5-0, Boston College will be looking to string together consecutive wins after defeating Army last week. Coverage of the game between Boston College and Clemson will air on ABC or ESPN2 (location depending) beginning at 3:30 pm ET from Memorial...

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