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2019 Schedule
15-0, 1st in ACC - Atlantic
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4dMyron Medcalf

Swinney on Zion: 'Might even put him at' QB

At 6-foot-7 and 292 pounds, Duke freshman Zion Williamson is a force on the basketball court. But Clemson's Dabo Swinney told Blue Devils coach Mike Krzyzewski that he'd put Williams "wherever" he wanted to play on the football field.

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5dSeth Walder

Clemson tops Alabama again -- in FPI rankings

With an edge on offense, Clemson gets the nod over Alabama in FPI's first ranking of 2019. Where did the rest of the FBS teams land? Check it out.

Clemson looking like a lock to be best team in the country (1:52)
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6dTom Luginbill

How Top 25 teams addressed needs on signing day

National championship contenders don't rebuild, they reload. Check out how each Top 25 team has used recruiting and the transfer market to replenish talent this offseason.

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10dMark Schlabach

Clemson assistants' salaries raised to $1M

Now that the Clemson board of trustees has raised the salaries of assistant coaches Tony Elliott and Jeff Scott to $1 million, it's expected they will increase head coach Dabo Swinney's annual compensation of $6 million later this year.

Dabo Swinney surprises equipment manager with Super Bowl tickets (1:48)
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25dCraig Haubert

Ten teams off to fast starts for the 2020 class

Much of the 2019 recruiting class has already signed, which means coaches are directing their attention to the Class of 2020. Here are 10 programs that have already made progress with the junior class.

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27dESPN

Biggest concern for each Top 25 team

When will Justin Fields debut at QB for Ohio State? How much turnover can Alabama handle? All of the Top 25 teams have issues to be resolved.

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Clemson players cheer fast food at White House

With no one to cook a feast because of the government shutdown, President Donald Trump served up fast food when Clemson visited to celebrate its national title. Some players whooped when they saw the spread. Trump said he paid for it himself.

White House serves fast food to visiting Clemson (0:35)
Dabo quotes Tyler Trent during speech at White House (1:50)
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Doughnuts and cigars: Clemson celebrates title

On a chilly, overcast morning, Clemson celebrated its second national football title in three seasons Saturday before thousands of roaring fans. Spectators stood seven or eight deep along the parade route.

Dabo: 2018 Clemson team is "best ever" (1:41)

Watch live: Dabo Swinney and Clemson celebrate their national championship win

Watch live: Dabo Swinney and Clemson celebrate their national championship win

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38dAndrea Adelson

Top 10 nonconference matchups of 2019

The 2019 season is (sadly) eight months away, but the fans, and no doubt the players, are already looking forward to the biggest games of next season.

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