COVID-19
ACC Announces Football Schedule Changes
9 days ago by Staff Reports
The Atlantic Coast Conference announced today that two ACC football games will be rescheduled.
Clemson Athletics COVID-19 Update
Clemson Athletics completed 1,013 COVID-19 tests during its latest rounds of screening of student-athletes and staff.
Clemson Athletics COVID-19 Update
A total of 18 individuals tested positive, including 14 student-athletes from five sports, or 2.66% positive.
To play or not to play? The decision is not easy for anyone involved in college football
18 days ago by Tyreese Ingram
A few Clemson football players had more than the COVID-19 Pandemic to consider when they chose to play football this season. We recently spoke with a parent of one high-profile NFL prospect about the decision to play.
Clemson Athletics releases Death Valley capacity plans
Clemson Athletics received approval from the South Carolina Department of Commerce on Thursday to welcome spectators at fall sport home facilities, including Memorial Stadium, Historic Riggs Field and Jervey Gym.
Sibling Rivalry: Spector brothers battle at No. 1 Clemson
27 days ago by Lawton Swann
Both Baylon and Brannon Spector grew up Tiger fans and heading into the 2020 season, both could play significant snaps for the top-ranked Tigers on opposite sides of the football.
Clemson Institutes Furlough Program from Sept. 1 through Dec. 31
27 days ago by Staff Reports
Due to the ongoing financial impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, Clemson University has made the difficult decision to begin a mandatory furlough program in coordination with the South Carolina Department of Human Resources.
Clemson COVID-19 update, No positive results among fall-sport student-athletes
There were no positive results among fall-sport student-athletes, including football.
Pick Six Previews' Brett Ciancia: "One of the darkest weeks in college athletics history"
1 mo ago by Lawton Swann
We caught up with Brett Ciancia recently to get his thoughts on the 2020 season losing both the Big Ten and Pac-12.
Mayo Clinic cardiologist Dr. Michael Ackerman analyzes the Myocarditis issue
1 mo ago by Staff Reports
The latest issue to arise in the 'play or not to play' CFB saga of 2020 is the issue of Myocarditis caused by COVID-19. To learn more about Myocarditis and its impact on coronavirus patients, we talked with Dr. Michael Ackerman, a cardiologist from the Mayo Clinic.
College football insider believes Power 3 'agreed to keep door open' on 2020 season
1 mo ago by Staff Reports
We recently caught up with TexAgs.com's Olin Buchanan to discuss the systemic shifts in college football this past week.
Cardiovascular surgeon Dr. Jeff Travis discusses Myocarditis
1 mo ago by Lawton Swann
To learn more about Myocarditis and its impact on coronavirus patients, we talked with Dr. Jeff Travis, a cardiovascular surgeon at the Lexington Medical Center Heart and Vascular Center.
Chris Landry on the Big Ten and Pac-12: 'let's call it what it is, this is political'
1 mo ago by Staff Reports
We caught up with Chris Landry about the biggest storyline in college football history.
NCAA cancels all fall championships
1 mo ago by Staff Reports
The move doesn't change the ability for ACC, SEC, and Big 12 to play football this fall.
ACC and SEC Issue Statements on 2020 Season
1 mo ago by Staff Reports
After the Big Ten and Pac-12 canceled their seasons, the ACC and SEC issued the following statements. The Big 12 is meeting this evening to decide their fate.
Pac-12 joins Big Ten, unanimous vote leads to ending of fall season out west
1 mo ago by Staff Reports
Two of the Power Five leagues have ended the fall campaign. Will the rest of the leagues follow suit?
Big Ten opts-out, will attempt to play in the spring
1 mo ago by Staff Reports
The Big Ten becomes the first Power Five league to move to the spring.
CST Studios: College Football Fans This Past Sunday
1 mo ago by Staff Reports
We decided that the events of this past weekend were worth documenting. Instead of completely reinventing the wheel, we edited our original piece from March for your enjoyment.
Swanny's Take: Unprecedented times in college football
1 mo ago by Lawton Swann
If college football exists in 2020, the names Lawrence and Rencher will forever be tied to saving the season. With their backs against the wall, Clemson’s football culture, shaped by Dabo Swinney’s belief in empowering his players, pushed to the front of the national conversation.
Darien Rencher on movement to save college football: 'Leaders find solutions'
1 mo ago by Staff Reports
We got a chance to hear from both Darien Rencher and Trevor Lawrence earlier today. Here's the full audio.
 
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