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  1. Top 100 forward Donte Grantham commits to Clemson

    Oct 4, 2013, 10:10 AM EDT

    Outside of leading returning scorer and rebounder K.J. McDaniels (10.2, 5.0), the Clemson Tigers don’t have much depth at the small forward position. Outside of the 6-foot-7 junior the majority of their experience is on the perimeter, with guards Jordan Roper, Adonis Filer and Demarcus Harrison among the returnees. With this in mind the Tigers…

  2. Hip surgery to sideline Clemson freshman Patrick Rooks for entire season

    Sep 27, 2013, 5:12 PM EDT

    Clemson Athletics

    During Clemson’s summer trip to Italy freshman guard Patrick Rooks shot the ball well, knocking down 44.4% of his shots from beyond the arc and averaging 7.0 points per game despite not scoring in the Tigers’ first exhibition. How big his role would have been this season is up for debate, given the fact that…

  3. Bernard Sullivan to transfer from Clemson

    Mar 26, 2013, 9:17 AM EDT

    Bernard Sullivan

    Clemson sophomore Bernard Sullivan will transfer from the program and continue his education at another institution, the school announced in a release Monday. “We appreciate Bernard’s contributions to the program,” Clemson coach Brad Brownell said in a statement. “We wish him nothing but the best in the future, and hope he finds a program that…

  4. Steve Smith hired to replace Rick Ray as assistant at Clemson

    Jun 2, 2012, 9:18 AM EDT


    It hasn’t been the easiest assistant coaching search for Clemson since Rick Ray left to become the head coach at Mississippi State. Following a two-month search and one false alarm of a hiring, the Tigers’ bench is now officially set. Clemson has released a statement, announcing that Georgia State assistant Steve Smith will become part…

  5. Greenberg stays, assistants leave at Virginia Tech

    Apr 13, 2012, 10:41 PM EDT

    ACC Basketball Tournament - Virginia Tech v Duke

    In a DI hoops climate in which hair-trigger firings of underperforming coaches are a regular occurence, Seth Greenberg’s continued survival at Virginia Tech is a major anomaly. Since his hiring in 2003, Greenberg has led the Hokies to the NCAA tournament only once — in 2007 — and has amassed a very disappointing 167-117 record…