Sanders Sullivan
Lead Writer
Sanders Sullivan, a 2017 Clemson graduate, majored in Communication and interned for Larry Williams of Tiger Illustrated before joining Clemson Sports Talk. He assisted in his coverage of the 2016 National Championship season as well as wrote game stories throughout basketball and baseball season. Sanders is a true go-getter and brings a fresh voice to the coverage of Clemson athletics.
Say it ain't Joe: Clemson falls short of third national championship in four years
It took an all-time, historic offense to stop Clemson’s historic run.
Clemson able to 'catch their breath' ahead of National Championship
Clemson Football ⋅ 10 days ago by Sanders Sullivan
How fortunate is it for Clemson that this year’s college football schedule hasn’t operated at a “normal” capacity?
'He's unstoppable': Clemson's media day littered with praise for Joe Burrow, LSU offense
Clemson Football ⋅ 13 days ago by Sanders Sullivan
Clemson prepares for perhaps their biggest hurdle of the 2019 season in No. 1 LSU.
Monday AM: The Hulk
Clemson Football ⋅ 21 days ago by Sanders Sullivan
What we must continue to be aware of is the competitive fire that lies within the belly of Clemson’s beast. When a spark is lit within Trevor Lawrence, he transforms.
Dabo Swinney Early Signing Day presser notes
Dabo Swinney spoke with the media following the early signing day which is an impressive class, one that could be the best in Clemson history.
'There's just no point in leaving': Rodgers details his decision to return to Clemson
Amari Rodgers will bring a veteran presence to Clemson's offense in 2020. He feels grateful for his time at Clemson, what he's been through here in 2019, and hopes to build upon his legacy further after this season’s championship run.
Basketball notes: Clemson falls to South Carolina after an ugly performance
Clemson's three game winning streak against South Carolina basketball came to an end yesterday in an ugly performance.
Bowl Practice Update: Tony Elliott to be solo offensive coordinator, plus more staff notes
Clemson wrapped up its first bowl practice of the holiday season and started preparation for the Fiesta Bowl against Ohio State. Some of the more important notes after hearing from Dabo Swinney, including an update on a few staff changes that will be in place once the season concludes.
Sounds Familiar: Scott says South Florida is about to have 'best decade in school history'
Jeff Scott will take everything he learned under Dabo Swinney with him to South Florida and hearing from him yesterday, it's already started.
Five initial storylines for the Fiesta Bowl
As No. 3 Clemson and No. 2 Ohio State begin to prepare for one another, we wanted to take a look at some of the top storylines ahead of the Fiesta Bowl.
The Beauty of 5
No one can say they are missing out on the "beautiful" season Clemson is currently having. Not anymore.
Bryce Perkins is special: What are the keys to slowing him down?
We take a deep look at UVA's top playmaker and the best singular player Clemson has faced this season.
Underdog mentality
Digesting what Dabo Swinney has said since the clock hit triple zeros on Saturday and why he's been on edge the past week.
Loud and Clear: Swinney's message has been heard, unfazed by 'pacifier' comments
Since Dabo Swinney’s rant after Clemson’s 38-3 win over South Carolina on Saturday concerning the College Football Playoff and the rhetoric that’s surrounded his team this season, many took to social media trying to make sense of it.
Dabo Swinney: 'How about a little benefit of the doubt for our program?'
Some quick notes from Dabo Swinney's Tuesday press conference previewing the ACC championship. Swinney was fired up again and wanted to sound off on why his program deserves more respect.
Monday coordinator notes: 'Every game, (Trevor Lawrence) is getting more confident.'
Some quick notes and quotes from our time with coordinators Tony Elliott and Brent Venables this afternoon as Clemson begins preparations for the ACC Championship against Virginia.
A walk in the park
The most hyped up pregame warmup in rivalry history was fairly boring and uneventful, much like the game that was about to take place. The Tigers strolled to a 38-3 victory over in-state rival South Carolina to win its sixth consecutive game in the series for the first time since World War II.
Clemson's defense looking to avenge 'embarrassing' performance against South Carolina
Brent Venables and the Tiger defense look to atone for last season's performance against South Carolina.
Unbothered by individual 'joke' awards, Clemson pushes on to bigger trophies
Clemson is continuing its push into championship phase focused on a bigger task at hand instead of individual awards, which seems to have worked out well lately.
Dabo Swinney Tuesday press conference: 'There’s the season, then there’s South Carolina.'
A few notes from Dabo Swinney’s Tuesday press conference previewing the in-state rivalry with South Carolina.
 
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