Articles by Eric Sprott
There’s been plenty of national chatter this week, as has become an annual occurrence around this time in the college football season, about the possibility of expanding the College Football Playoff bracket.
With the holidays on tap, many anglers may be headed out of town to visit family or go on vacation. Travel may be destined for a fishing location, or fishing may be a by-chance occurrence.
After a week off for final exams, the Clemson basketball team will return to the hardwood this afternoon when it hosts Radford at Littlejohn Coliseum.
Using a staggering defensive effort over the first three quarters, the Walhalla High School girls’ basketball team held on late for a 34-30 victory Friday night over Pendleton.
It wasn’t necessarily the complete-game performance she was looking for, but Ashlen Dewart couldn’t have more pleased with how her Seneca High School girls’ basketball team opened up Friday night against Daniel.
The unquestioned senior leader of the Daniel High School boys’ basketball team, Griffin Hunter has continually made big plays for the Lions over the course of the young season.
For many of the players on Clemson’s current roster, a postseason in the College Football Playoff is all they know.
Former Clemson baseball standout Ben Paulsen is headed home, again.
One of the most common criticisms heard about the Clemson football team during this season has been the sorry state of the ACC. Critics say the Tigers’ schedule was softer than usual due to the conference’s slippage.
The West-Oak High School girls’ basketball team continued its hot streak on Thursday with a 67-42 road win over Berea.
A whole lot went right for the West-Oak High School wrestling team Thursday night against Walhalla, but the Warriors didn’t walk away wholly satisfied with a 60-21 rivalry win.
As the Clemson football team took the practice field Wednesday to begin their on-field preparations for Notre Dame in the College Football Playoff, “Santa Claus is Coming to Town” by The Jackson 5 rang from the speakers.
When Shrine Bowl practice got underway Monday morning in Spartanburg, it was probably about the last thing on Daniel High School senior Hampton Earle’s mind.
A week and a half removed from its last action, the Clemson football team is set to return to the field this afternoon ahead of what it hopes is another run to the national title game.