Home Sports Redskin Routine domination: Clemson enjoys playing expected part in season opener SportsRedskin Routine domination: Clemson enjoys playing expected part in season opener September 13, 2020 5 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — When they came together a month ago to fight for their season, this is what Clemson’s players had in mind. It didn’t matter that there was no pep band at mostly empty Truist Field to celebrate the Tigers’ 37-13 win against Wake Forest on Saturday night — Clemson brought its own speaker to play its alma mater. Instead of a hop of a plane flight home, the Tigers would take a 3 1/2-hour, socially distanced bus ride. Remote news conferences, fistbumps when possible, masks on the sidelines — count all as more than acceptable adjustments for coach Dabo Swinney’s team. All along, Clemson, which has had no players opt out of the season during the COVID-19 pandemic, has maintained it just wants to compete. And as expected, once the Tigers got that chance, they played the part of a top-ranked team that intends to compete for another College Football Playoff berth. “It was a little weird, but… READ NEWS SOURCE RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR [NFL: Washington Redskins] – Press Conference: Head Coach Ron Rivera | September 18th, 2020 Washington Injury Report: Cole Holcomb OUT; Kendall Fuller, Thomas Davis questionable Rockies mailbag, part 2: Are they headed toward a rebuild? [NFL: Washington Redskins] – The Rundown | Previewing Week 2 Against The Arizona Cardinals Chiefs film review: Clyde Edwards-Helaire’s usage, Mahomes’ patience and more [NFL: Washington Redskins] – After Finishing Strong Against The Eagles, Dwayne Haskins Looks To Take Another Step Forward In Arizona How this Angels season has been undone on the margins (and in small samples) Lions film room: A look inside Matthew Stafford’s return to the field Red Wings mailbag: Draft chatter, an eye on 2020-21 and prospect expectations ‘A bunch of misfits’: Revisiting Oklahoma’s 2000 title that no one saw coming [Fansided: Riggo's Rag] – Washington Football Team: Five players to watch in Week 2 vs. ARI How Mel Tucker’s neutral approach guided Michigan State during an odd offseason LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.