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2017 Schedule
14-1, 1st in ACC - Atlantic
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Clemson's biggest headache: Lamar Jackson

Clemson outlasted Louisville 42-36 last season, but Lamar Jackson totaled 457 yards and three touchdowns. The reigning Heisman winner seeks revenge over the defending champs in Week 3.

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ESPYS: Vote for Best Male College Athlete

Was there anybody as good as Deshaun Watson across college sports? Let your voice be heard by casting your vote in our polls, and make sure to tune into the ESPYS on July 12.

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ESPYS: Vote for Best Team

Was any team better than the national champion Clemson Tigers? Let your voice be heard by casting your vote in our polls, and make sure to tune into the ESPYS on July 12.

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ESPYS: Vote for Best Upset

Was Clemson's national title victory over Alabama the most impressive? Let your voice be heard by casting your vote in our polls, and make sure to tune into the ESPYS on July 12.

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ESPYS: Vote for Best Championship Performance

Did Clemson put on the best title-game performance? Let your voice be heard by casting your vote in our polls, and make sure to tune into the ESPYS on July 12.

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Clear winner for Best Championship Performance? (1:51)
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Who is the future coach on each Top 25 team?

David M. Hale believes that a particular Clemson receiver is the current Tiger most likely to don a headset when his playing days come to a close.

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From The White House to Panthers minicamp: Former Clemson linebacker Ben Boulware was back to work Tuesday with the first day of Carolina minicamp. He said he wasn't expecting for President Donald Trump to name drop him during the ceremony Monday honoring the NCAA champs:

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86 days until the start of the NFL season. Texans QB Deshaun Watson had an 86 Total QBR in his last 2 seasons at Clemson, which ranked 5th among FBS QB. (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images)

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Marty's all-access D.C. visit with Clemson (3:08)
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No. 1 prospect suffers minor injuries in crash

Xavier Thomas, the No. 1 prospect in the class of 2018 and a Clemson commit, was in a car accident but he did not incur any serious injuries.

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Clemson coach Dabo Swinney is sweating it out just like the rest of us waiting in line to get through security at the Capitol...

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Clemson honored by President Trump at White House (1:43)

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Clemson already on steps at US Capitol

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Deshaun Watson gets his picture taken at the press podium just for fun ... and Sean Spicer takes Watson's photo.

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The Tigers are introduced ...

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The national championship trophy is on the South Lawn ...

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It's so uncomfortably hot here White House staffers are passing out cold lemon scented towels to guests ...

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Clemson fans big and small filling the South Lawn ...

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In a stuffy, cramped press briefing room filled with White House reporters, these two Clemson fans were impossible to miss in their bright orange gear. Robert Fetzer and his 14-year-old son Bradley took advantage of Robert's press credential to see today's event. Robert is a local photographer who grew up in Greenville, S.C. Visiting the White House is old hat for him. Seeing Clemson here? "It's awesome," he said. "It's unbelievable. I was 7 or 8 years old the last time they won a national championship, so this is a big deal."

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This is the South Lawn, where Clemson will have its national championship presentation with President Donald Trump at 3 p.m. ET. The TV cameras were allowed 20 minutes to set up.

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So ... I just took a seat in the room where Sean Spicer holds his press briefings. This is where I will be hanging out until the Clemson event begins at 3 p.m. ET.