Articles by Vicki Tymon
SANTA CLARA, Calif. — When a 74-yard touchdown wasn’t the most impressive contribution by a player in the College Football Playoff National Championship Game, it says a lot about the kind of night he enjoyed.
CLEMSON — The fourth and final undecided member of Clemson’s historic starting defensive line, affectionately known as the Power Rangers, announced his plans Thursday night to pursue a professional career.
CORAL GABLES, Fla. — Making a huge statement early in conference play under first-year head coach Amanda Butler, the Clemson women’s basketball team registered a come-from-behind 76-67 win Thursday at Miami.
CLEMSON — The Clemson baseball team will host Fan Fest at Doug Kingsmore Stadium on Saturday, Feb. 9.
SENECA — The West-Oak High School wrestling team picked up two victories on Thursday night over Seneca and Stephens County (Ga.) at Seneca High School.
CLEMSON — What better way to end a college football career than by winning a national championship?
HOUSTON — The American Heart Association announced Wednesday night that Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney has been named the recipient of the 2018 Paul “Bear” Bryant Award.
SAN JOSE, Calif. — Ahead of the spring semester, Clemson wide receiver Carter Groomes had found himself doing a lot of praying.
SYRACUSE, N.Y. — Elijah Hughes had 14 points to lead four Syracuse players in double figures and the Orange beat Clemson 61-53 on Wednesday night for their fourth straight win.
COLUMBIA — Thomas Brown has been hired as the running backs coach at South Carolina, head coach Will Muschamp announced Wednesday.
WESTMINSTER — The West-Oak High School wrestling team improved its dual meet record to 17-2 this season with wins over Chapin (50-16) and Pendleton (78-6) on Tuesday.
SAN JOSE, Calif. — It’s no secret that, since the inception of the College Football Playoff in 2014, Alabama and Clemson have separated themselves nationally as consistent title contenders.
CLEMSON — The dejection in the locker room after Clemson’s season ended in the Sugar Bowl last season couldn’t have been any more painfully evident at night’s end.
CLEMSON — The Clemson basketball team emerged from its nonconference schedule as the calendar flipped to 2019 sitting at 10-3 on the season and looking for more as ACC play begins.