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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What Alabama said about Clemson before NCAA Elite 8 Battle
Clemson Basketball ⋅ 15 days ago by Tyreese Ingram
On Nov. 28, 2023, Clemson defeated then-No. 23 Alabama 85-77 in Tuscaloosa but Saturday's clash involves higher stakes -- a trip to a program's first Final Four. Who has the advantage? Is Alabama motivated by revenge?
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Brownell: 'Don't just be happy to be here, We're good enough to go to the Final Four'
Clemson Basketball ⋅ 17 days ago by Tyreese Ingram
Clemson arrived in Los Angeles confident after two impressive wins over a hot New Mexico team and a hot shooting No. 3 seed Baylor squad. They controlled the tempo of each game and hope to have the same success against No. 2 seed Arizona, the ninth-ranked team in the AP poll.
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Antonio Williams is motivated, taking on new roles for 2024
Clemson Football ⋅ 18 days ago by Tyreese Ingram
Clemson receiver Antonio Williams was limited to only five games in 2023 but he is healthy now and ready for 2024.
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Brownell asked about comments on Big 12 scheduling ahead of matchup with Baylor
Clemson Basketball ⋅ 22 days ago by Tyreese Ingram
Clemson to face hot shooting Big 12 opponent on Sunday and head coach Brad Brownell is reminded of early season comments on the conference's scheduling tactics.
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Brad Brownell talks NCAA Tournament, Matchup with Pitino's Lobos
Clemson Basketball ⋅ 24 days ago by Tyreese Ingram
It's March Madness and Clemson (21-11) has a tough first round matchup with New Mexico (26-9).
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Troy Stellato on freshman receiver Bryant Wesco: 'He's gonna help us'
Redshirt junior receiver Troy Stellato returned from missing all of 2022 to have a good first season in 2023. He finished with 38 receptions for 321 yards and a touchdown in 12 games (six starts). The redshirt junior won't play in April's Spring Game and explained why on Monday.
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Peter Woods: 'Complacency isn't in my vocabulary'
Peter Woods had a successful freshman year at Clemson playing defensive tackle in 2023 but with starting defensive ends Xavier Thomas and Justin Mascoll gone after exhausting their eligibility, Woods will line up at defensive end in 2024.
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Clemson's Nate Wiggins calls his shot: 'I'm probably going to run high 4.2s'
The NFL Draft Combine is underway and four of the six Clemson Tigers invited to Indianapolis have already participated in the event. The defensive backs and tight ends are front and center on Friday and the Tiger projected by most to be a first-round pick, predicts his 40-yard dash time.
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Rookie Hunter Tyson Shows Promise Amidst Injury Setback
Former Clemson forward Hunter Tyson was among the best in the NBA G-League before a recall to the Denver Nuggets and a nagging injury.
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Parker Fulghum: Perfect for Clemson and the Program's Legacy No. 13
Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney once said in reference to Hunter Renfrow, "Don't judge a book by it's cover" and he was right. Renfrow, who arrived to Clemson as a walk-on, made memorable plays in No. 13. The number is vacant and Parker Fulghum could be a perfect match.
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Four-Star Elite Retreat Visitor Sets Official Visit to Clemson
Elite North Carolina safety is done with Junior Day visits, and now his focus turns to spring and fall football.
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Four-Star Safety heading into Elite Junior Day visit: "Why not Clemson?"
Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney is on the recruiting trail and he made a special trip to the Tar Heel State last week to visit a top 2025 prospect.
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Wildcats looking forward to Gator Bowl, 'Showing the difference in SEC and the ACC'
Clemson will face Kentucky in the TaxSlayer Gator Bowl on Dec. 29. The Tigers will be without a few defensive starters while the Wildcats offense will likely be at full strength. The Cats' offensive coordinator Liam Coen, and starters Marques Cox and Brenden Bates spoke to the media on Monday.
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How fast is Clemson's Nate Wiggins? Is he the fastest man in college football?
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.
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A Former Tiger, now at an ACC rival, dishes on why he left the Upstate
 
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