1/19/2015 Today we take a look at the forgotten members of the Clemson defense; the defensive backs. Lost in all the hype about the front seven and the defensive line in particular, is the outstanding job done by these guys this season.
1/15/2015 Clemson's Vic Beasley is a pass rushing machine, and his first step may lead to some early NFL success. His lack of prototypical size, length and strength for the position may cause him to fall a bit in the draft.
1/14/2015 Shakin' the Southland continues its review of the 2014 football season by looking back at each position and position coach. In this article we look at the Tigers' quarterback play and outgoing OC/QB Coach Chad Morris.
1/12/2015 COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) -- Clemson now has another million-dollar coordinator after defensive leader Brent Venables received a nearly half-million dollar raise, increasing his annual salary to $1.35 million beginning next season.
1/9/2015 Everybody knows what Florida State has done over the past three years to re-establish itself as a national program. The Seminoles will remain a national program in 2015, but they may not be as dominant as they have been, given all the players they must replace.
1/9/2015 CLEMSON, S.C. (AP) -- Clemson has locked up defensive coordinator Brent Venables through 2018, the school announcing a new four-year contract with the head of the Tigers' top-ranked D.
1/8/2015 The 2014 season is in the books for the Clemson Tigers, and it's now time to turn our focus towards next season. This past year finished on a very happy note, with the Tigers downing Oklahoma in the Russell Athletic Bowl 40-6.
1/8/2015 The Clemson defense goes into the offseason facing questions similar to those directed at the offense one year ago: How will the Tigers replace some of the best, most productive players in school history? At this time last January, we discussed the