Happy Solid Orange Friday! Here is this morning’s Clemson Tigers News.
Clemson Men’s Golf continues the Golf Club of Georgia Invitational in Alpharetta, Georgia
Clemson Cross Country: Today at 8:30 AM at the Crimson Classic in Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Clemson Women’s Soccer at Duke: Today at 5:00 PM in Durham, North Carolina
Clemson Volleyball vs Miami: Today at 7:00 PM in Jervey Gym
Clemson Rowing: Saturday in the Secret City Head Race in Oak Ridge, Tennessee
Brad Brownell updates injuries for Clemson Men’s Basketball
Clemson Men’s Basketball head coach Brad Brownell updated the media on the health of his team as we close in on the beginning of the new basketball season.
Sophomore guard Josh Beadle was recently in a car accident.
Brownell thinks Beadle will be sidelined a couple of weeks. Transfer Jack Clark is still recovering from surgery on his abdomen this offseason. Alex Hemenway is nearly recovered from his injury-riddled 2022-23 season, and Ian Schieffelin has completely recovered from a broken hand.
Read more from Tony Crumpton on TigerNet here.
Clemson Gymnastics announces home schedule
Clemson Gymnastics will begin their inaugural season this spring, and now we have dates for their home meets.
The team will hold a free ‘Gymnastics 101’ exhibition for fans on December 8th at 7:00 PM in Littlejohn Coliseum.
ACC is discussing the new football scheduling model
We just got comfortable with the new 3+4+4 scheduling model for the divisionless ACC, and then they had to go add Stanford, California and SMU for the 2024 season. Back to the drawing board.
Per David Teel of the Richmond Times-Dispatch, the conference is looking at a 7-year rotational model. It will continue to be divisionless, and would attempt to preserve rivalries, but it is unknown how many can be maintained on a consistent basis.
The premise is that each of the 14 current members will only have to travel to California for an away game three times during the seven year cycle. Preferably, they would not have to play at California or Stanford in consecutive seasons.
Our condolences go to the family and friends of Clemson Football alum Hal Davis, who passed away last week at 80. Davis played halfback for the Tigers from 1962-64. He played 28 games for head coach Frank Howard.