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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Clemson's in the mix for recruit at priority position
Football Recruiting ⋅ 14 days ago by Tyreese Ingram
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Clemson makes list for five-star defensive recruit
Football Recruiting ⋅ 25 days ago by Tyreese Ingram
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2023 point guard names Clemson among final schools
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In-state receiver pledges to Clemson ahead of early signing day
Clemson football got some positive recruiting news on Thursday night. After losing two 2022 recruits, Clemson added four-star receiver Antonio Williams to the class.
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Clemson running back target is down to three schools
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Rivalry Week: Dabo Swinney breaks down the Gamecocks
Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney is gearing up for the much anticipated Palmetto Bowl clash with rival South Carolina. Both teams find themselves bowl eligible after early season struggles. On Tuesday, Swinney previewed the Gamecocks.
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Swinney on getting up for South Carolina: 'Turn on the tape'
As Clemson (8-3, 6-2) prepares to face off with South Carolina (6-5, 3-5) Dabo Swinney says all you need to do is watch the film to know about the rivalry.
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Swinney opens presser with condolences to family of decorated Army veteran
On Tuesday, Clemson head football coach Dabo Swinney met with the media to discuss Saturday's big matchup with No. 13 Wake Forest (9-1, 6-0). He covered injuries, the explosive Wake offense, etc., and found time to acknowledge the passing of a Clemson hero.
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Freshman Marcus Tate is back in the starting lineup, 'I don't want to lose my spot'
True freshman Marcus Tate has had his struggles at left guard but his confidence is growing and with sophomore Paul Tchio entering the transfer portal on Tuesday. Tate has the opportunity to start at guard the remainder of the season.
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Brownell is hopeful team can overcome a lack of ideal size and depth in 2021-22
Clemson head coach Brad Brownell, Hunter Tyson, and transfer forward Naz Bohannon were in Charlotte for the ACC Basketball Tipoff Media Day to preview the upcoming basketball season. With so many changes to the roster, can the Tigers return to the Big Dance in 2022?
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Briningstool understands what he brings to the tight end position
Clemson (5-3) got a much needed win over Florida State (3-5) on Saturday. On Tuesday, tight end Jake Briningstool and linebacker Trenton Simpson discussed their roles in the Tigers 30-20 down to the wire victory over the Seminoles.
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A key recruit will make his decision on Nov. 17.
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Venables likes what he's seen from the freshmen on defense: 'It's a great group'
Clemson defensive coordinator Brent Venables saw his defense struggle in the first half in the 30-20 victory over Florida State but play fantastic football in the second half. On Monday, he discussed the play of the defense and particularly, two freshmen with big plays in the fourth quarter.
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Tony Elliott addresses issues and responds to analysts questioning quarterback development
As the Clemson football team prepares for an improved Florida State squad, offensive coordinator Tony Elliott has a wounded offense that continues to hear it from critics.
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Randall named finalist for top state award
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Friday Night Football: A pair of Clemson defensive commits have tough matchups
3 mo ago by Tyreese Ingram
East St. Louis cornerback Toriano Pride will face a trio of his future Clemson teammates tonight when East St. Louis High (IL.) meets No. 2 IMG Academy in Mississippi. Receiver commit Adam Randall will take on a tough Region VI-4A rival, and we spotlight a Lake View standout.
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Brent Venables on celebrating with sons 'just go in the parking lot and have a man hug'
3 mo ago by Tyreese Ingram
Clemson defensive coordinator Brent Venables will have to prepare his defense for a tough matchup against No. 23 Pittsburgh. Venables talked about the challenge ahead against a top offense and watching his son, Tyler, make a key play in the 17-14 win over Syracuse.
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Sage Ennis recalls from an early practice 'I got rag-dolled around'
Redshirt freshman tight end Sage Ennis talked to the media on Monday for the first time since he committed to Clemson. He talked about an eye opening moment in practice, playing against Boston College, and the Syracuse defense.
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Clemson adds Lone Star guard to basketball class.
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Brent Venables talks defense ahead of crucial matchup with Wolfpack
Clemson defensive coordinator Brent Venables briefly previews the N.C. State offense and looks back at the play of his defense on Saturday.
 
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