SCOTT PAGANO RUMORS & GOSSIP

Oregon football lands highly coveted Clemson transfer Scott Pagano

It came down to Oregon and Oklahoma. Willie Taggart’s motto around his new squad has been, “Do something.” Well, the Ducks just did something. On Friday, it was reported that Clemson defensive lineman Scott Pagano will transfer to Oregon and will be immediately eligible to play in 2017. Pagano made the official announcement on Instagram earlier this morning. After Pagano announced...
Via Addicted to Quack
April 14, 2017

Oregon Football: Ducks Land Clemson Transfer Scott Pagano

The Oregon football program has landed former Clemson defensive tackle Scott Pagano. Pagano announced the Ducks would be his transfer destination with an Instagram post on Friday morning. “Oregon is where I felt most at home and it is a great fit for me both on and off the field. I can’t wait to get to Eugene to start making new friends and playing for and learning from one of the...
Via Campus Sports Net
April 14, 2017

Pagano is not returning to Clemson

Former Clemson defensive tackle Scott Pagano will remain just that … a former defensive tackle for the Tigers. Pagano confirmed to The Clemson Insider on Monday night that he is not returning to the Clemson football team. Pagano, who has already graduated, announced he was leaving the Clemson football team on Feb. 17 in hopes of transferring to another school’s graduate program....
Via The Clemson Insider
April 10, 2017

Swinney on Pagano: "He knows where my office is"

Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney was asked today after practice about the possibility of Scott Pagano changing his mind and wanting to return to the Tigers.  Swinney said he has not spoken to Pagano about returning but that “he knows where my office is”.    
Via The Clemson Insider
April 06, 2017

Swinney has no problem taking Pagano back

Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney said he has spoken with Scott Pagano here and there, but the former defensive tackle has not indicated to him that he wants to come back to the football team. Pagano, who has already graduated, announced he was leaving the Clemson football team on Feb. 17 in hopes of transferring to another school’s graduate program. The Hawaii native has already visited...
Via The Clemson Insider
April 06, 2017

Notre Dame Football: Could The Scott Pagano Saga End Where It Started?

Notre Dame wants the services of Scott Pagano, but he might be homesick. The Notre Dame Fighting Irish are always in need of quality defensive linemen, and Scott Pagano’s potential grad transfer from the Clemson Tigers was a great opportunity for the Irish to do just that. Things may have got a lot less interesting... So... let’s track this real quick: Pagano seeks a transfer because...
Via One Foot Down
April 05, 2017

Clemson Transfer Scott Pagano Closing In On New Home

Earlier this month, Clemson defensive tackle Scott Pagano announced he would be pursuing a graduate transfer. Now, he is reportedly closing in on his new home. According to a report from 247Sports.com, Pagano has narrowed his list of potential new homes down to seven schools. The list features a number of prominent Power 5 programs. The schools that are reportedly in the mix for...
Via Campus Sports Net
February 21, 2017

Clemson grad transfer DT Scott Pagano has Arkansas in top 7

Arkansas could be getting a huge boost along its defensive line soon in the form of Clemson DT Scott Pagano. Pagano is deciding where to play his final collegiate season as a graduate transfer. 247Sports’ Ryan Bartow reports Pagano has narrowed his list of possible schools from 37 to seven, and Arkansas made the cut. The Razorbacks are the only SEC team Pagano is still considering...
Via SEC Country
February 20, 2017

Clemson’s Scott Pagano To Pursue Graduate Transfer

Fresh off of a national title run, Clemson defensive tackle Scott Pagano is set to find a new home. In a statement released by head coach Dabo Swinney on Friday, it was revealed that Pagano will be pursuing a graduate transfer. He will be eligible to play for his new team immediately. “I met with Scott Pagano yesterday. We had a good talk and he told me about his intentions to be...
Via Campus Sports Net
February 17, 2017

Clemson defensive tackle Pagano leaving football program

CLEMSON, S.C. (AP) Clemson defensive tackle Scott Pagano is leaving the program. Tigers coach Dabo Swinney said the 6-foot-3, 295-pound native of Hawaii wants to play his final season closer to his home, probably somewhere on the West Coast. Swinney said Pagano, a part-time starter, told him he had accomplished his goals at Clemson of graduating and winning a national championship...
Via Associated Press
February 17, 2017  |  Discuss
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