Tony Elliott showed some levity when discussing No. 9 Clemson's offensive struggles, lack of cohesiveness and lack of big plays Monday following last Saturday's 14-8 win over Georgia Tech. "I think everybody likes the backup quarterback, or maybe even the backup offensive coordinator, whoever that may be," said Elliott, Clemson's...
Rock Hill Herald
Clemson defensive lineman Tyler Davis will be out for 7-8 weeks, coach Dabo Swinney said on Monday during his Tiger Talks radio show. Davis had only played in two games after being unavailable for the Tigers’ season opener. Swinney also revealed that senior running back Lyn-J Dixon will be entering...
Clemson will once again be without Tyler Davis for an extended period of time. Head coach Dabo Swinney told fans on his weekly call-in show on Monday night that Davis will have surgery on Thursday to repair a torn tendon in his bicep suffered in the Tigers 14-8 win over Georgia Tech.
Clemson running back Lyn-J Dixon plans to enter transfer portal; Tyler Davis to miss 7-8 weeks with injury
Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney said on his radio show Monday that Tigers defensive tackle Tyler Davis is expected to be sidelined for the next 7-8 weeks. Davis needs surgery to repair a torn bicep tendon. Davis played this past weekend against Georgia Tech and registered 7 tackles. Swinney said...
CLEMSON -- In only three games, Clemson quarterback D.J. Uiagalelei has gone from Heisman Trophy contender to the target of harsh criticism. Uiagalelei took over this season for beloved No. 1 overall NFL draft pick Trevor Lawrence and was compared favorably to him as the next great one. But the sophomore has been pedestrian at best and the offense as a whole has struggled.
Clemson running back Lyn-J Dixon has entered the transfer portal. Despite being a senior and the Tigers’ most experienced back entering this season, Dixon had received limited playing time through Clemson’s first three games and totaled 10 carries for 48 yards. Freshman Will Shipley and sophomore Kobe Pace have received...
Clemson defensive tackle Tyler Davis needs surgery to repair a torn bicep and is expected to miss seven to eight weeks, coach Dabo Swinney said on his radio show Monday night. Swinney also announced that running back Lyn-J Dixon has entered the transfer portal, a blow to the Tigers' backfield depth.
CLEMSON, S.C. (AP) — No. 9 Clemson can’t find the end zone, something that had come so easily for the Tigers the past few seasons. Clemson (2-1, 1-0 Atlantic Coast Conference) was among top five in points scored from 2018-20, averaging almost 44 points a game. That’s not been the case this season. The Tigers have managed only 17 points combined in their two contests against Power Five conference teams, including a 14-8 win over Georgia Tech last Saturday where they were favored by four touchdowns.
Clemson narrowly defeated Georgia Tech this weekend at home, winning by a score of 14-8. The Tigers gained just 284 yards of total offense in the win. College football expert Kirk Herbstreit addressed Clemson’s early-season struggles during Monday’s edition of The ESPN College Football Podcast. "I think there's a little...
In a dream-world scenario, the Clemson Tigers sit at 3-0. They’re defense is one of the best in college football (which pertains true in the real world too) and their offense is on par compared to last year with a Heisman contender at the helm of operations. The run game, while not as effective, still holds up towards the top with its fair share of contributors.
In a long line of those who are growing exasperated by the lack of consistent production from Clemson’s offense this season, the person at the controls might be at the front of it. “It’s definitely frustrating,” quarterback D.J. Uiagalelei said. “On offense, you want to be able to score points...
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Clemson starting defensive tackle Tyler Davis will have surgery this week on a torn bicep tendon and is expected to miss at least two months. Tigers coach Dabo Swinney broke the news Monday night on his weekly call-in show. Davis suffered the injury Saturday in the 14-8 victory against Georgia Tech at Memorial Stadium.
Rock Hill Herald
Offensive lineman Matt Bockhorst was fiery on the sideline Saturday during No. 9 Clemson’s game against Georgia Tech. Two days later, that fire hadn’t been put out. Bockhorst was direct and spoke with authority. His right knee never stopped bouncing as he talked about the Tigers’ Week 3 contest and his responsibility as a leader on the team. Where some are the silent type, Bockhorst doesn’t mind getting emotional and holding his teammates accountable when needed.