Clemson Tigers vs. Wofford Terriers Recap
September 5, 2015
Clemson won their season opener easily over Wofford, but 81,000 fans at Memorial Stadium held their breath when star receiver Mike Williams left the game early with a neck injury and was carried off the field. Williams was a 1,000-yard receiver in 2014 but finished the 2015 opener on the sidelines in a neck brace, his future uncertain. The game's outcome was never in doubt, though, as Tigers starting quarterback DeShaun Watson led Clemson on six straight touchdown drives before leaving the game once the outcome was secured. Watson finished with 194 yards in the air and two touchdowns on 18-for-22 passing, while running back Wayne Gallman had 92 yards and two touchdowns on 14 carries. Wofford's Chase Nelson scored his team's only touchdown on a one-yard run late in the second quarter.
South Carolina Gamecocks vs. Wofford Terriers Recap
May 6, 2015
The South Carolina Gamecocks and the Wofford Terriers, who are in-state opponents, clashed on Wednesday night. The Gamecocks surged out to an early lead over the Terriers by scoring 3 runs in the first inning. Some crafty base-running by Gene Cone made it 1-0 off of a Kyle Martin single. The Terriers' Conor Clancey had a solo home run in the second inning. After a big first inning, the Gamecocks were helped out by a great pitching performance by Josh Reagan and Brandon Murray. Reed Scoot had the save, letting the Gamecocks hold on for a close victory. The Gamecocks are now 28-21 on the season, and the Terriers fell to 33-17.
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NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament: Rounds 2 & 3 - Session 2: North Carolina vs. Harvard & Arkansas vs. Wofford Recap
March 19, 2015
The North Carolina Tar Heels took on Harvard. This game looked on paper to be a miss match as the Tar Heels were bigger, stronger, faster, and much more talented. However the Crimson led by Tommy Amaker always seem to battle with teams better than them. Harvard Struggled early and the Tar Heels took control of the game, and built out a double digit lead. However the Crimson battled back and made it a game. Harvard actually took the lead with less than 2 minutes leading 65-63. The Tar heels tied it up, and forced a turnover with 30 seconds left, and Justin Jackson made a dunk to give the Tar Heels a 2 point lead with 23 seconds left. After a missed 3 pointer by Harvard, they fouled North Carolina and Meeks missed the 1 and 1. With 11 seconds left, Harvard went down the court and Wesley Saunders put up a 3 and it bounced off the rim, and North Carolina survived the scare.