VIC BEASLEY RUMORS & GOSSIP
Twitter/@michaelclemson Through two games, Clemson star defensive end Vic Beasley has three tackles for loss and two sacks. While he hasn’t had much of a chance to shine so far, as Georgia relied on its running game to beat the Tigers, and South Carolina State isn’t a win to write home about, Beasley seems to be off to a good start. Of course, any defensive end in South Carolina...
What better way to build up your NFL Draft buzz, than to slam last years top player.
The Clemson defensive end Vic Beasley was more productive than Jadeveon Clowney last year, racking up 13 sacks to just three for the eventual No. 1 overall pick.
Now Beasley has taken it a step further, claiming he’s flat-out better than Clowney.
“I feel like I’m the better player,”...
The 2014 ACC Kickoff was dominated by Jameis Winston and FSU, but don’t sleep on Clemson football. Coach Dabo Swinney has led the program to perennial success, and the Tigers will be looking to make some noise in the ACC this year.
The Tigers came into this year’s media days in an unfamiliar position. They were clearly playing second fiddle to Jimbo Fisher and his national...
The Clemson-South Carolina rivalry is an especially fun one to watch as an objective observer. There are better on-field college football rivalries… actually, this one probably isn’t even in contention at the moment considering the Gamecocks’ recent domination. Off the field, however? Few fanbases, coaches, and players send barbs at each other like those at Clemson and USC...
Conference media days often bring out some fun and quirky questions for coaches and athletes present. Clemson’s Vic Beasley is one of the most highly touted defensive players in the league, and has 21 career sacks at Clemson. Naturally, a member of the media asked him who his favorite quarterback to sack is. There were plenty of obvious answers: Jameis Winston, maybe Dylan Thompson...
Clemson’s Vic Beasley putting pressure on Georgia’s quarterback Aaron Murray.
On Wednesday night, Clemson’s star defensive end Vic Beasley announced that instead of entering the 2014 NFL Draft, he would be remaining at Clemson for his senior year. The redshirt junior from Adairsville, GA led the ACC with 13 sacks in the 2013 football season, bringing his total at Clemson up...
Clemson defensive end Vic Beasley is staying in school for his senior season.
The Tigers announced Beasley's decision hours before Wednesday's deadline for draft-eligible underclassmen to declare for the NFL draft. Beasley led the Atlantic Coast Conference with 13 sacks and was second in the league with 23 tackles for loss.
Beasley received a second-round NFL draft grade...
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January 15, 2014
Clemson junior defensive end Vic Beasley might have tipped his hand regarding his NFL plans following Friday night's 40-35 victory over Ohio State in the Orange Bowl.
''It's a great achievement, being able to put on a good show and leave Clemson University on a good note,'' Beasley said.
When asked if the comment meant he had decided to turn pro, Beasley...
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January 04, 2014
DL Vic Beasley, Jr., Clemson
Entering the season as one of the highest-rated NFL draft prospects along the defensive line, Beasley has done nothing but helped his draft stock in his junior season. As the nation's leader in sacks with nine, he's given Clemson and its high-powered offense the perfect defensive complement: an edge rusher to provide constant...
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Clemson's Vic Beasley is a lean 235 pounds and looks lost in the trenches amid the 300-pounders.
Then the junior defensive end goes to his patented ''Dip-n-Rip'' move and everything changes. He ducks his shoulders and uses his long arms to move the lineman out of the way as he heads to the backfield - it often ends in a Beasley sack.
The converted tight end...
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September 26, 2013