Articles by Vicki Tymon
CLEMSON — For the first time in school history, the Clemson Tigers will begin the season right where they left off in January — ranked No. 1 in the country by the Associated Press.
EASLEY — Just as the Seneca High School football team was breaking its postgame huddle after a 19-14 triumph over Easley on Friday night, an audible “We’re back,” was heard in the mass of jubilant Bobcats.
EASLEY — A combination of missed tackles on defense and turnovers on offense cost the Daniel High School football team Friday in its final dress rehearsal ahead of the regular season.
COLUMBIA — South Carolina senior tight end Kiel Pollard will retire from football, the school announced Friday.
Believe it or not, this weekend marks the opening day of deer season for two of the four game zones in South Carolina.
CLEMSON — On one hand, head coach Dabo Swinney was extremely pleased with what he saw out of the Tigers’ starters during Thursday’s scrimmage at Memorial Stadium.
The South Carolina football program enjoyed a big day on the recruiting trail Thursday, as both defensive tackle Tonka Hemingway (6-3, 255) of Conway and tight end Eric Shaw (6-4, 219) of Notasulga, Ala., committed to the Gamecocks.
COLUMBIA — Four South Carolina football players earned spots on the 2019 Preseason Coaches All-SEC Football Team, as announced Thursday by the league office.
In less than two weeks, the Clemson football team will kick off its season against Georgia Tech to begin defending its national championship.
CENTRAL — Former Daniel High School and Clemson football star DeAndre “Nuk” Hopkins, who’s now displaying his talents as one of the NFL’s premier wide receivers, has never forgotten his roots.
WALHALLA — After conquering a 54-team field from Oconee, Anderson and Greenville counties, an eight-member Oconee County pool team is setting its sights on an even greater feat next week in Sin City.
CLEMSON — He’s started games for Clemson as a tackle, he’s started as a guard, and this season Sean Pollard is on the move again as the Tigers’ new starting center.