It's February and the Concrete Canoe team is finishing the mold and mix design!! The lettering trials are looking great!! I hope the team is looking forward to 6am rowing practice ♀️♀️ #RowanCivil #ConcreteCanoe #ConcreteDoesntFloat #StyrofoamCanoe #Profosaurus #BeatClemson #Danilo #FossilDudes
I just wanted to take a second and brag on Paige for being the most genuine, caring, and selfless person I know. Thank you so much for always being there for me whether I'm upset about my mom, my cats, my classes, relationships, my day in general, etc. I don't think you know how appreciative I am of all you do. Thank you for helping me get back up every time I fall. And I can only hope that I am returning the favor. I love you so much, and I'm incredibly glad I know someone who is as boring and lazy as I am. Sorry for the gay appreciation post, but I had to let y'all know how stunning my best friend is. That is all. #gococks #beatclemson #toobadwecant #silverspringsisagreatoldsong
Tar Heels look to rebound against 20th-ranked Tigers
Coming off of a week in which the Tar Heels dropped games to Virginia Tech and North Carolina State, the latter of the two coming in Chapel Hill, it’s not exactly a dream matchup to have to play Clemson on the road to start the following week.
But that’s exactly what North Carolina will face after a disappointing home defeat against the Wolfpack in which the Tar Heels gave up nearly 100 points in as poor of a defensive effort as we’ve seen in a while.
The team’s effort has been in question at times this season, and their troubles on the offensive end of the court are apparent.
Junior guard Cameron Johnson recently called out the team’s lack of defensive intensity, stating that they needed to play with a greater sense of urgency. And Roy Williams has been disgusted with his team’s performances of late, saying he was “ticked off” with the lack of attention to detail and rebounding effort.
On Tuesday night, the Tar Heels will face the best team that head coach Brad Brownell has had since arriving at Clemson in 2010. The Tigers are off to a great start, racking up 17 wins to just four losses, and sitting at fourth-place in the ACC standings.
Prediction- Clemson 84, UNC 70 #beatclemson #whynot #carolinaszn