Articles by Vicki Tymon
CENTRAL — For two weeks, the Daniel High School football team couldn’t wait to get back on the field and put its lone loss of the season behind it.
SENECA — The last time the Seneca High School football team took the field, there was an unquestionable playoff feeling in the air.
CLEMSON — The word “toughness” was used a lot this week as the Clemson football coaches praised and prepared for the physicality of Boston College.
WALHALLA — It’s been 15 days since the Walhalla High School football team last took the field, and the Razorbacks would rather forget what transpired that night against Wren.
On Oct. 31, 1981, I was a 20-year-old college student sitting in the stands watching Clemson totally annihilate Wake Forest by a final score of 82-24.
CENTRAL — After such a successful bounce-back season for the Daniel High School football team this year, the Lions have had a bad taste in their mouths for the last two weeks.
Clemson co-offensive coordinator and wide receivers coach Jeff Scott, as well as South Carolina offensive line coach Eric Wolford, have been nominated for the 2018 Broyles Award, it was announced Wednesday.
For the Seneca High School girls’ cross-country team, it was five runners earning all-state honors. For the Daniel girls’ team, it was a sweep of the top three spots, with Ally Wilson finally breaking through to lead the way for the Lions.
CLEMSON — Being the head coach’s son, Will Swinney knew he would get some added attention when he chose to walk on at Clemson.
CLEMSON — While the Clemson basketball team would like to carry some momentum over from last season’s Sweet 16 run, it also understands that last year is over.
A few years ago, Clemson went into Wake Forest, N.C., and pulled out one of the biggest gems in the 2016 class in defensive tackle Dexter Lawrence.
COLUMBIA — The South Carolina football team’s Nov. 17 home date against Chattanooga will kick off at 7:30 p.m. and be televised on the SEC Network’s alternate channel, the SEC office announced Monday.
CLEMSON — The Clemson Tigers had plenty of fun during Saturday’s 77-16 route of Louisville at Memorial Stadium, and junior defensive tackle Dexter Lawrence got his time to shine early in the second half.
CLEMSON — Brent Venables is well known for the intensity he brings to his job as Clemson’s defensive coordinator, as it’s not hard to tell he’s passionate about what he does.