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    1. More Clemson kickoff times announced for this fall

      The Post and CourierMay 19 12:07 PM

      The Tiger works the crowd. The Clemson Tigers played host to the Wofford Terriers at Memorial Stadium in Clemson Saturday, September 5, 2015. ¬ GWINN DAVIS / FOR POST AND COURIER ¬

    2. Beer becomes 1st player in ACC history to win Freshman & Player of the Year at the same time

    3. CofC assistant Bender Returns to Clemson

      Toledo News NowMay 23 12:23 PM

      Spent 2 seasons with Cougars

    4. Clemson 's lineup includes the ACC 's home run and RBI leaders, but Tigers coach Monte Lee cites another player as his club's catalyst. "It all starts with Chase Pinder for us at the top of the order," he said.

    5. Clemson coach Monte Lee having good 1st year with Tigers

      The Associated Press via Yahoo! SportsMay 05 02:03 PM

      Clemson outfielder Chase Pinder knew the Tigers had all the tools to succeed, they were just missing a spark. Enter coach Monte Lee. In his first year coaching the Tigers he has them competing for a home NCAA regional in the rugged Atlantic Coast Conference.

    6. CHATTANOOGA — Former Clemson defensive end Kevin Dodd was a relative unknown in his first three seasons with the Tigers, compiling 21 tackles in 24 games as a reserve.

    7. CLEMSON – These late spring days are when the football adage rings true: championships are won when nobody’s looking.

    8. Clemson offense set to step forward, led by Deshaun Watson

      The Associated Press via Yahoo! SportsMay 04 12:21 PM

      Clemson's defense made a strong impression on the NFL with seven players selected in last week's draft. Next season, it looks like Tigers offensive stars led by quarterback Deshaun Watson will take center stage when pro teams come calling. ESPN draft analyst Mel Kiper Jr. expects Watson will be among the top NFL prospects next year should he give up his senior season.

    9. Clemson's Watson says he's not great yet, but working on it

      The Associated Press via Yahoo! SportsMay 17 06:40 PM

      Clemson quarterback Deshaun Watson wasn't expecting any revelations about what he could have done differently to lead the Tigers to a national championship last season. ''It's really the small things - not so much the big things that everyone else sees,'' Watson said. ''I'm the type of person that always strives to be great,'' Watson added.

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