The Clemson Dubcast
Paul Myerberg of USA Today

Paul Myerberg of USA Today

August 22, 2019

Paul Myerberg, who covers college football for USA Today, gives his take on Trevor Lawrence after sitting down with him for a lengthy interview recently. Myerberg also calls the offseason scrutiny of Clemson "trash" given how badly the Tigers beat Alabama on Jan. 7. He recounts how he became a lover of college football growing up in Manhattan, and he explains why he decided to detach himself from social media. Myerberg also gives his prediction on how many more national titles Clemson will win in the next five years.

 

Mike Money

Mike Money

August 15, 2019

Mike Money, Clemson's assistant AD for marketing and game management, goes behind the scenes to talk about what it's like to be the conductor of game days inside Death Valley and Littlejohn Coliseum. Money's job isn't just to plan everything to the minute -- his scripts go down to the second. He reflects on coming up with the OPP sensation during Oliver Purnell's tenure, what it's like to plan for Military Appreciation Day, and also gives insight into the ever-popular Red Panda.

The FSU Book Guy, and Chris Low of ESPN.com

The FSU Book Guy, and Chris Low of ESPN.com

August 7, 2019

Bruce Thyer reflects on the celebrity that came from his decision to take his shirt off and read a book at a football game. And Chris Low of ESPN.com discusses his story on Dabo Swinney saying the Alabama "SEC grind" theory was just a myth last year.

Brad Brownell, Part 2

Brad Brownell, Part 2

August 1, 2019

Brad Brownell, preparing for his 10th season as Clemson's basketball coach, joins The Dubcast to talk the team's gold medal in Italy, the ACL injuries suffered by two anticipated starters, and the FBI wiretap revelations that ensnared a former Clemson assistant.

Brad Brownell, Part 1

Brad Brownell, Part 1

July 26, 2019

Brad Brownell, preparing for his 10th season as Clemson's basketball coach, joins The Dubcast to talk the team's gold medal in Italy, the ACL injuries suffered by two anticipated starters, and the FBI wiretap revelations that ensnared a former Clemson assistant.

Robbie Caldwell, Brandon Streeter, Todd Bates

Robbie Caldwell, Brandon Streeter, Todd Bates

July 16, 2019

Three Clemson assistant coaches go before the microphones to talk offensive line, quarterbacks, defensive tackles, and a bunch of other stuff.

Brent Venables, Part 2

Brent Venables, Part 2

July 11, 2019

Brent Venables reflects on the early days under Bob Stoops at Oklahoma, on losing a brother to alcoholism and a Sooners linebacker to a drug overdose within a 24-hour period, and the decision to leave his comfort zone for something entirely new at Clemson with Dabo Swinney. 

Brent Venables

Brent Venables

July 3, 2019

Brent Venables shares his amazing life story, one that is every bit as jaw-dropping as Dabo Swinney's tumultuous upbringing. This podcast is from an interview we conducted with Venables in March, when he recounts the complete story of his past for the first time to Tigerillustrated.com.

Kevin McCrarey

Kevin McCrarey

June 26, 2019

Two years ago, Kevin McCrarey left the sports-radio business. Kevin joins The Dubcast to reflect on that decision, the state of the radio industry, what it's like to have a so-called "real" job, and how South Carolina fans are coping with the existence of a dynastic Clemson football program.

Marc Dopher

Marc Dopher

June 20, 2019

Marc Dopher, who spent 10 years covering college football in the Palmetto State, reflects on all the fun he had as a TV sports broadcaster -- and all the fun he's having now, out of the media business and watching college football from the couch on fall Saturdays.