Hayes

The Unlikely Inspiration of Clemson's Bad Boy

He always had this idea of what it would look like and how he'd respond, a mental snapshot of something he never wanted to see. And then it happened. His brother was facedown and unconscious in the mud last spring in a full grand mal seizure, his body contracting and contorting while the very air he needed was blocked by thick, rust-orange South Carolina clay and dirty water. "I thought he was going to die," Ben Boulware says now.
Hayes

Cheat or Go Home

Dysfunctional hell. Welcome, everyone, to the world of inheriting a college football program. It's not all million-dollar contracts and attaboy slaps on the back. The situation this coach found himself in is as familiar as it is ugly. He needed the recruit to help him win, needed to win to attract more quality players, needed to attract more quality players to change a program spinning its wheels and eventually swap the narrative from the coach's begging players to the players' begging to play for him.