Wednesday (1/13) SportsBreak

HS BASKETBALL (BOYS): Palmetto defeated West-Oak 59-54 in overtime on Tuesday. Seneca rolled over Belton-Honea Path 84-46. Chad Earle led the Cats, dropping in 22 points to move Seneca to 12-2 on the season. The Bobcats host West-Oak on Friday. Walhalla defeated Wren 79-72 in 2 overtime periods. Ben Wolf led the Razors with 20 points, including the game-tying three pointer […]

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Tuesday (1/12) SportsBreak

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: The Alabama Crimson Tide won the second annual College Football Playoff Championship Monday night 45-40 over the Clemson Tigers.  Heisman Trophy winner Derrick Henry ran for 158 yards and three touchdowns including a 50 yard score on the Crimson Tide’s second possession. Henry has scored a rushing touchdown in 20 straight games.  Alabama quarterback Jake Coker was 16 for […]

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Monday (1/11) SportsBreak

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: It’s game day as the College Football National Championship gets underway tonight in Glendale, Arizona at University of Phoenix Stadium. Clemson faces Alabama with kick-off set for just after 8:30 PM. The Tigers are trying to break new ground by becoming the first team in history to go undefeated with 15 wins. There have been undefeated teams before but only now because […]

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Friday (1/8) SportsBreak

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: Clemson is set to take on Alabama for the National Championship on Monday at University of Phoenix Stadium. As of this writing, fans are gathering to see the team off near the WestZone along Centennial Boulevard. Members of the pep band and spirit squads are there and the team is expected to load the buses at around 12:30 PM. […]

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Thursday (1/7) SportsBreak

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Brad Brownell and the Clemson Tigers learned Wednesday of the transfer of 6-9 Elijah Thomas from Texas A&M. The news was first reported by CBSSports.com. Thomas will be eligible to play for Clemson in December of 2016. Thomas also considered transferring to Nebraska, Gonzaga, Arizona State, and San Diego. NFL: Amidst rumors of Sean Payton leaving New Orleans he reiterated […]

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Wednesday (1/6) SportsBreak

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: As Alabama and Clemson vie for the National Championship, Congresswoman Terri Sewell, of Alabama’s 7th District, and Congressman Jeff Duncan of the 3rd District of South Carolina made a friendly wager on which team would win this year’s title. At stake – barbecue and bragging rights. If Alabama secures a victory, Congressman Duncan has agreed to wear the trademark Bear Bryant […]

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Tuesday (1/5) SportsBreak

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: South Carolina’s men moved to 13-0 on the season following wins last week over Francis Marion and Memphis. Frank Martin’s team has moved up to #22 in this week’s AP poll. The Gamecocks remain #20 in the coaches’ poll. USC opens SEC play Tuesday night against Auburn. COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Furman goes in search of its second straight victory to open […]

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Monday (1/4) SportsBreak

RECRUITING: WR Diondre Overton (6-5 195) of Greensboro, NC has committed to play college football for Dabo Swinney at Clemson. Overton made the announcement on Sunday during All American Bowl in Carson, CA.  Overton also considered NC State, Tennessee, and Nebraska. NFL: Ben Roethlisberger and the Pittsburgh Steelers were too much for the ailing Cleveland Browns on Sunday. Big Ben threw three touchdowns and […]

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Thursday (12/31) SportsBreak

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: All eyes are on the top-ranked Clemson Tigers today as Dabo Swinney’s team faces Oklahoma in the Orange Bowl at 4 o’clock Thursday. It’s part of the College Football Playoff. The Tigers are playing for a chance to face either Alabama or Michigan State in the National Championship game on January 11. The Crimson Tide and Spartans face off […]

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Wednesday (12/30) SportsBreak

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney spoke to reporters at a news conference Wednesday about the suspension of three players on drug-related issues ahead of the team’s bowl game on Thursday. Clemson will face off against Oklahoma in the Capital One Orange Bowl. The Tigers suspended are Deon Cain, Jay Jay McCullough, and Ammon Lakip. The Tigers and Sooners face […]

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