When it comes to the South, football is life and rivalries are red-hot. So when Ben Boulware was given the opportunity to autograph a South Carolina helmet, he took full advantage.
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Craig Haubert ESPN Staff Writer
ESPNJr300 No. 1 Prospect Xavier Thomas (IMG) with a rep in 1-on-1's. The explosive DE won the DL MVP at the Nike Opening Orlando Regional
Craig Haubert ESPN Staff Writer
ESPNJr300 No. 1 prospect DE Xavier Thomas (IMG) - Clemson & South Carolina still the focus & will hit both soon w/ IMG teammates as well as few other schools
David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer
Clemson DT Scott Pagano will transfer for his final year. Pagano has been a regular contributor the past two seasons and would've likely been the top backup on the Tigers' interior line in 2017. "We all wanted him to stay, but he said he had accomplished everything he wanted to do at Clemson," Dabo Swinney said. "He came here to graduate and win a national championship and he achieved both within the last two months."
The Coastal champion may not win the ACC title, but it could still make a New Year's Six game. Plus, who follows DeShaun Watson and who might surprise.
Led by Deshaun Watson, the Tigers proved they were the best team in college football in 2016. But how do they stack up against Clemson's 1981 national championship squad?
With spring ball not far off, we continue our check-in on the ACC's top units with a look at special teams, where Virginia Tech leads a solid pack.
The ACC's top prospects have their eye on the NFL draft, and the next step is selling themselves during the upcoming NFL scouting combine.
Quarterback competitions are a rite of spring, and some of the nation's top programs are searching for starters. Here's an early look at the best battles and who could be starting in the fall.
Clemson's Deshaun Watson and North Carolina's Mitch Trubisky are the top two quarterbacks in Mel Kiper's latest mock draft. If you had to pick one, which QB would you choose? Vote now.
Clemson is once again the class of ACC pass-catchers.
Some of college football's biggest stars -- namely Deshaun Watson, Leonard Fournette and Jabrill Peppers -- are off to the NFL. How will their teams replace them?
Clemson could have the nation's best defensive line, and despite losing DeMarcus Walker the line at Florida State isn't too far behind.
This spring, hundreds of NFL draft hopefuls will try to impress pro scouts after successful college careers. But who are the 10 most impossible-to-replace players?
The gap between Clemson's Mike Williams and Western Michigan's Corey Davis has narrowed in Todd McShay's latest prospect rankings for the 2017 NFL draft.
The defending national champions return the ACC's best offensive line. Here's a look at some of the other top units in the conference.
Heisman Trophy winner Lamar Jackson leads the pack, and Florida State's Deondre Francois is on the rise.
Alabama is nowhere to be found with its 2018 class, but other schools, headlined by Penn State, Florida State and Kansas, yes that Kansas, are racking up 2018 recruits.
How many QBs will go early?
In Todd McShay's latest mock draft, Deshaun Watson is the first quarterback taken off the board, with Mitch Trubisky being the other lone QB selected in the first round. McShay's mock draft
Paul Biancardi and Matt Schick discuss Steve Alford's recruiting success and UCLA's future. Plus, Gerry Hamilton talks Penn State and Kansas recruiting strides in football.
Tackling quarterbacks and running backs on the field is hard enough. Prying the Heisman from their grasp is nearly impossible. But is this the year a defensive player gets to strike the pose?
Plenty of NFL teams have a need at QB, but who could be interested in Clemson's Deshaun Watson and North Carolina's Mitch Trubisky? Here's Todd McShay's second attempt at predicting the picks.