Posted December 01, 2011 on
CLEMSON - Head coach Dabo Swinney said Phillip Price and Brandon Thomas will start on the left-side of Clemson's offensive line in the ACC title game, and also had several harsh words for the University of South Carolina, too.
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The Clemson Tigers will walk into Bank of America Stadium on Saturday night with a wonderful opportunity to make amends for a positively horrible month of football.
For Clemson, the beautiful thing about winning the Atlantic Division title and earning a spot in the ACC championship game is that it gives the Tigers a new lease on their football season. Had it ended with last weekends...
Virginia Tech did a masterful job limiting Clemson's Sammy Watkins, the ACC's offensive rookie of the year, in its first meeting with the Tigers.
He finished with three catches for 38 yards.
The explosive freshman wide receiver has been slowed by an injured shoulder in recent weeks. The No. 5 Hokies say they're preparing for him to be a threat in the passing game heading...
Clemson defensive end Andre Branch has been named a finalist for the Ted Hendricks Award, the honor that goes to the top defensive end in college football. This is the second straight year Clemson has had a finalist for the Hendricks Award, as last year Da'Quan Bowers was the winner.
Football Nation's Daniel Hutchinson previews the ACC title game pitting the Clemson Tigers and Virginia Tech Hokies.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Steve Spurrier may have found a way to do what Dabo Swinney has been unable to, and light a fire under the Clemson Tigers. Even Spurrier's comments, though, weren't enough to liven up a conference title game tradition: mundane press conferences. Swinney and Virginia Tech coach Frank ...