Clemson Tigers


Clemson Tigers offensive lineman Zach Giella and tight end Braden Galloway will miss the 2019 season after the NCAA denied an appeal of their failed drug tests that also kept them out of the College Football Playoff. They were found to have trace amounts of the banned substance Ostarine in the late-December drug tests. An attorney for the players, Robert Ariail, revealed the decision by the NCAA Committee on Competitive Safeguards on Friday morning.

A lot of people want to do better than what they feel President Trump did regarding food for Clemson. As Clemson players' digestive systems recover from their fast food-fueled visit to the White House on Monday, some celebrities have chimed in and offered to feed the players a proper meal in honor of their National Championship Game win over Alabama. Former New York Giants defensive end Michael Strahan made an offer on Good Morning America Tuesday morning.

Clemson's championship football team has been offered a victory meal upgrade. After President Donald Trump served the squad McDonald's and other fast food in a White House visit this week, “Good Morning America” host Michael Strahan on Tuesday promised to feed the 15-0 Tigers lobster. “We gonna take care of you,” Strahan, a Hall of Famer who played for the New York Giants, said on the show.