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Chad Morris on Clemson's title:

Chad Morris on Clemson's title: "I wish I could have been standing on that sideline"

Chad Morris watched the 2016 National Championship Game, saw quarterback Deshaun Watson lead Clemson down the field and into history with a title-winning drive. For a moment, Morris wished he was on the sidelines to celebrate with his former players and the coaches he loves.

Chad Morris: The story behind the

Chad Morris: The story behind the "Philly Special" trick play in the Super Bowl

Chad Morris knew the play call as soon as he saw the quarterback move, and it brought back plenty of Clemson memories for Arkansas’ new head coach.

Swinney says Tigers have all the pieces to be elite in 2018
Swinney says Tigers have all the pieces to be elite in 2018
Clemson has made the College Football Playoff each of the last three seasons, playing for the National Championship in 2015 and winning it all in 2016. The Tigers lost to Alabama in this year’s Sugar Bowl, but head coach Dabo Swinney said the Tigers have all the pieces to make another playoff run. They have all the pieces to be elite. Photo by Peter Casey / USATODAY

Swinney says
Swinney says "bad information" from mock drafts hurting juniors
Dabo Swinney didn’t put a certain number of stars by the names of Clelin Ferrell, Christian Wilkins, Kendall Joseph, Austin Bryant, Mitch Hyatt and Mark Fields during a recent press conference, but he didn’t have to. Their numbers and what those players mean to the Clemson program speak for themselves.

Can Clemson win National Championship in 2018? Yes, but offense has to improve
Can Clemson win National Championship in 2018? Yes, but offense has to improve
The optimism that surrounds the Clemson football program is high, and it should be. Clemson, which returns 15 starters from last year’s College Football Playoff team, will likely start the 2018 season in the top five and the schedule is as kind as it could be.

It Takes a Village: Clemson recruiting all about family
It Takes a Village: Clemson recruiting all about family
It takes a village to raise a child, it takes a village to run a college football team and it takes a village to recruit at the highest level. That was the message espoused by recruiting coordinator Brandon Streeter during his National Signing Day press conference last Wednesday. The Tigers reeled in the nation’s fifth-ranked recruiting class – according to ESPN – and were a consensus Top 10 by most media outlets despite signing just 17 recruits.

Bryant enters the spring as the starter, but Lawrence will get a long look
Bryant enters the spring as the starter, but Lawrence will get a long look
There won’t be as many position battles this spring as there have been in the past because Clemson returns 15 starters from the team that made the College Football Playoff last season. One of those returning starters is quarterback Kelly Bryant, who will start and probably end the spring as the number one signal caller. All eyes, however, will be on the kid with the rocket arm and flowing locks.

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2/8Venables becomes $2 million man as BOT approves football raises
2/2Meet the new kid: Trevor Lawrence
1/31Former Clemson DL Jock McKissic makes childhood dream come true in movie role
1/30The 2017 season shows we are still in the "good old days" of Clemson football
1/29Recruiting Roundup: Clemson coaches making final push for 2018 class
1/27Tim Bourret: The man who isn't a myth but is certainly a legend
1/26Beer in Clemson's Death Valley? Clemson looks to keep family-friendly environment
1/25Season tickets for students? Fixing attendance on the Hill? DRad looking at all options
1/25Clemson softball stadium site chosen, will parking be affected?
1/24Clemson vs. Tennessee at Bristol Motor Speedway? Clemson AD weighs in
1/24Insurance policies for players like Wilkins and Ferrell: How does it work?
1/23Tucker Israel: "I want to get a Master's Degree and play some football"
1/20Redshirt report: Jordan Williams embraces role to defensive tackle
1/18Ranking Clemson's five toughest opponents for 2018: Who made the cut?
1/17Schedule sets up another Clemson run to the College Football Playoff
1/172018 Clemson football schedule released
1/15Swag Surfin': Venables' defense to swing a big fist in 2018
1/15Redshirt report: Bockhorst ready to play again, but without smack talk to Big Dex
1/15Way too early spring storylines to watch
1/14They're baaaaack!! Clemson defenders return to haunt opposing quarterbacks
1/13Dabo Swinney: "If we are going to dream, let’s be extravagant about it"
1/12Xavier Kelly: Clemson defensive end looking for a bigger role in 2018
1/11Williams primed for return to tight end spot
1/11The QB breakdown: Depth is a "good problem to have"
1/10Richard Yeargin on recovery from wreck: "It's been a long journey"
1/9Lumberjack is almost back: Logan Rudolph expects to be healthy for spring
1/9Brandon Streeter: The best QB will play, regardless of experience

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