The Clemson Tigers football team had their first practice of the season Friday, August 2, 2019. Photos by Bart Boatwright.
During the last three seasons, Clemson has a record of 40-4, won three Atlantic Coast Conference championships, made three College Football Playoffs appearances, and won a national title. The good news for Tiger fans — and bad news for opponents — is head coach Dabo Swinney’s 2018 squad is loaded and ready to continue the program's recent success.
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Clemson has a young roster with plenty of talented players who have experience playing on the biggest of stages. This year’s team will need to lean on that experience to reach double-digit wins for the seventh consecutive year. Let’s take a look and see how the 2017 Clemson Tigers will shape up.
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