Ingram, Tyreese
Tyreese Ingram
Contributing Writer
Tyreese Ingram has a Business Administration Degree (B.S.) from Presbyterian College and has covered Clemson sports for seven years.
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How fast is Clemson's Nate Wiggins? Is he the fastest man in college football?
Clemson Football ⋅ 10 days ago by Tyreese Ingram
A week ago, Clemson junior cornerback Nate Wiggins appeared to be shot out of a cannon when he chased down UNC running back Omarion Hampton. But how fast is Wiggins and how does he match up with other speedsters around the country?
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Clemson's Jake Briningstool: A 'Matchup Problem' Emerges in Miami
Clemson suffered another loss last week where the offense was inconsistent and turnover-prone. The 28-20 double-overtime loss to Miami was more of the same for the Tigers, but the breakout game for tight end Jake Briningstool was a positive on the night and for the future.
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With speed and maturity beyond his age, Brown has delivered for Clemson
Clemson freshman receiver Tyler Brown's path to playing football in Tigertown was never guaranteed, in fact, it was almost unimaginable. A shift in focus, some luck, hard work, and misfortune, have all played a part in his early success for the Tigers.
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Bryant Wesco and TJ Moore: Future Stars of Clemson's Aerial Attack
The Clemson offense took a step back from recent weeks when it struggled mildly against Wake Forest. Even though the Tigers moved to 4-2 overall and 2-2 in the ACC with the 17-12 victory, fans were disappointed in the passing game.
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Wake's Dave Clawson blunt on last year's loss, the portal, having commit flip to Clemson
Wake Forest head coach Dave Clawson held his weekly press conference on Tuesday to preview Saturday's matchup between the Demon Deacons and Clemson. During his meeting with the media, he touched on last year's thrilling game, the transfer portal, and losing a player to the Tigers.
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Improved confidence, comfort, health have Lukus poised for breakout season
For Clemson's sophomore cornerback, Jeadyn Lukus, the path to gridiron glory has been paved with obstacles, notably, growing pains and injuries. But on Saturday in Death Valley, he showcased his resilience, proving that adversity can't keep a good Tiger down.
A Former Tiger, now at an ACC rival, dishes on why he left the Upstate
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Goodwin: 'It doesn't take them long to figure out if you're full of crap'
Entering his second year as the Clemson Tigers defensive coordinator and linebackers coach, Wes Goodwin is ready to showcase a defense that aims to reclaim its dominance after a slightly wobbly 2022 season.
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Brad Brownell Previews 2023 Clemson Basketball Team
With most of the scoring from last season returning and the additions of transfers and a freshman, who head basketball coach Brad Brownell describes as having 'swagger,' Clemson basketball could have a special year. Brownell sat down with the media on Thursday to discuss the program and players.
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Opening a Can: Wade Woodaz's Ascension in Clemson's Defense
Clemson has two preseason All-Americans in Jeremiah Trotter Jr. and Barrett Carter, but with only six scholarship linebackers on the football roster, sophomore Wade Woodaz is learning every position and is ready to unleash a can of Woopaz on opponents.
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Rookie Davis Allen Makes Stellar Debut for the Los Angeles Rams
Davis Allen's performance on Saturday drew praise from Los Angeles Rams head coach Sean McVay and a fellow rookie draft pick.
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Mukuba: 'The Best I've Felt' Entering 2023, Spearheads Clemson's Secondary Resurgence
As Clemson continues to gear up for the 2023 football season, junior safety Andrew Mukuba has his sights set on redemption and resurgence after being banged up throughout last year.
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Former Clemson All-American Lucas Glover remains hot, wins consecutive PGA Tour event
3 mo ago by Tyreese Ingram
Lucas Glover is on fire and Sunday’s win at the FedEx St. Jude Championship in Memphis, TN gets him closer to $18 million.
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Marcus Tate: Overcoming Injury, Embracing Change, and Reigniting his Love for the Game
Marcus Tate spoke to the media for the first time on Tuesday since a major knee injury ended his sophomore season. The junior offensive lineman is back, rejuvenated and ready to block for one of the best backfields in college football.
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Explosive Potential: Clemson's Beaux Collins Reflects on Injury, QB Shift, and the Future
Clemson receiver Beaux Collins had a hot start to the 2022 college football season, but an injury limited him from the season's midpoint. With Garrett Riley controlling the offense and Cade Klubnik at QB, Collins and his fellow receivers are expected to shine in Tiger Town.
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Rising Stars: Clemson Linebackers Prepare to Shine in 2023 College Football Season
Clemson opened football practice on Friday in preparation for the Labor Day night clash with the Duke Blue Devils, and linebacker Barrett Carter was one of two players (along with 2022 All-ACC running back Will Shipley) made available to the media.
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Lawrence on success and new contract, 'Me being satisfied, is me being a bad teammate'
New York Giants defensive tackle Dexter Lawrence is fresh off his best season as a pro and is among the highest-paid at his position. The former Clemson All-American is not resting on his success though. He wants more for himself and his team in 2023.
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Troy Stellato is 'eager' and 'ready to go' after missing season with injury
It's a big year for Clemson's offense under Garrett Riley. The nation will be watching to see if Riley can inject energy, produce explosive plays, and improve overall production in the offense. Receiver Troy Stellato is returning from a knee injury and he hopes to thrive in the offense.
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Grisham understands it's a big year for Clemson receivers, confident in the group
The Clemson offense wasn't it's usual self the past two seasons and there are multiple factors that led to a decline in production. Well, enter former TCU offensive coordinator Garrett Riley and the expectations are high for 2023 and one group of players will be watched closely starting on Sept. 4.
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Hunter Tyson makes case for Nuggets roster spot with hot shooting in Vegas
Hunter Tyson went to Las Vegas as a second round NBA Draft pick and the third selection of the Denver Nuggets. The former Clemson forward and Monroe, NC native is now arguably the steal of draft after consistently scorching the nets in Summer League action.
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