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15-0, 1st in ACC - Atlantic
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1dAndrea Adelson

Banned Clemson duo lose appeals, out for '19

The NCAA denied appeals by Clemson TE Braden Galloway and OL Zach Giella after the two tested positive for ostarine in December 2018. They will not be able to play next season.

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8dDavid Hale

Dabo dismisses talk of potential future at Bama

Dabo Swinney's new contract includes an unusual provision that would add as much as $2 million to his buyout should he leave to take a job at Alabama, but the Clemson coach said he doesn't spend time pondering a future at his alma mater.

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20dTom VanHaaren

Clemson lands top-50 QB prospect Uiagalelei

Clemson has landed yet another top-50 recruit in its 2020 class with quarterback D.J. Uiagalelei. The No. 50-ranked prospect is the top pocket passer in the class and chose the Tigers over Oregon and Mt. San Antonio College.

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22dDoug Kezirian

Bama, Clemson must go 12-0 to hit over for wins

Among the 25 schools offered by DraftKings, the Crimson Tide and Tigers have the highest win totals, at 11, so they must go undefeated in 12 regular-season games to cash the over bet.

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22dTom VanHaaren

Clemson lands No. 24 rated recruit Bowman

Clemson already had commitments from five-star players defensive tackle Bryan Bresee and offensive tackle Mitchell Mayes before DeMarkcus Bowman made his decision to join the Tigers.

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Clemson added another top recruit to its 2020 class Friday when RB DeMarkcus Bowman announced his commitment to the Tigers. Bowman is the No. 24-ranked prospect overall and chose Clemson over Florida and Georgia among others.

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23dESPN

Post-spring college football power rankings

Which teams have moved up or down the Top 25 since spring football concluded? Our latest rankings start with the defending champ still in the top spot.

Swinney, Clemson ink largest deal in college football history (1:58)

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Dabo Swinney's new contract at Clemson will pay him $93 million over the next 10 years, the biggest coaching deal in college football history. His annual compensation will increase from $8.25 million to $10 million in the later years of the deal. The agreement includes standard buyouts if he leaves for another college head coach spot and a "buyout enhancement" if Swinney leaves specifically to become head coach at Alabama. There is no buyout if he leaves for the NFL. This includes $250K bonus for winning national title and $200K for both making CFP and making CFP title game.

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