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South Carolina’s junior day on Saturday resulted in a new commitment for the 2020 class, as wide receiver Da’Qon Stewart (6-2, 194) of Huntersville, N.C., said he committed to head coach Will Muschamp on Saturday afternoon while on campus with his parents.
Six days removed from its most recent action, the Clemson men’s basketball team will return to the court tonight when it travels to face Florida State in Tallahassee, Fla.
A lot of anglers enter the sport of fishing via a paddle boat — it’s less expensive than buying a motor boat and trailer, and it can be used just about anywhere there’s water.
PENDLETON — The Seneca High School girls’ basketball team continued its unbeaten run through Western 3A region play with a strong showing on Friday night at Pendleton.
There is only one Tim Bourret — the retired sports information director at Clemson — and I would never even attempt to paint myself in the same light. But there is one thing we do share, and that’s a love of statistics and interesting facts.
CLEMSON — The ACC announced its 2019 football schedule on Wednesday, and Clemson will kick off its championship-defending campaign on Thursday, Aug. 29, when the Tigers host Georgia Tech at Memorial Stadium in the first game ever to be broadcast on the soon-to-be-launched ACC Network.
SENECA — After a well-traveled, 25-year coaching career that has taken David Crane across state lines and across the Upstate, he has finally landed his dream job — coaching his hometown Bobcats.
CLEMSON — Simply put, it’s been a rough start to ACC play for the Clemson basketball team.