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The miser’s guide to the Shared Tuk-Tuk

Stepping out of the daily local and onto Platform No.1, Yakutpura Station, an abundance of smells – Iranian Chai, burnt rubber, tadka, an open drainage system from 200 BC – greeted me, as I made my way to where they had gathered. 461 more words

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History not on Clemson’s side in Tallahassee

Before the season began, Clemson’s offensive coaches talked to their players about the road that was laid in front of the third-ranked Tigers.

They talked about a Clemson team had not won at Auburn since 1950. 538 more words


Coaches expect recruiting boost with renovated Littlejohn

Clemson head coach Brad Brownell knows the newly renovated Littlejohn Coliseum won’t help his team win now.

“The building does not win you any games,” Brownell said on Wednesday during his annual media golf outing at The Reserve at Lake Keowee in Sunset, S.C. 484 more words


It’s time for Watson to turn it on

When Mike Stevens stepped in front of Deshaun Watson’s pass to Deon Cain on the first play of the third quarter and return it 28 yards for a touchdown, the whispers came down across Death Valley, “What is wrong with Deshaun Watson this year?” 545 more words


In-state 4-star shows well with Jeff Scott watching

With Clemson co-offensive coordinator and wide receivers coach Jeff Scott in attendance, Duncan (S.C.) Byrnes four-star receiver Demarcus Gregory put on a solid performance in his team’s 21-17 loss to Gaffney on Friday night. 197 more words


Tigers plan to play through turnover issues

When he was watching the NC State game with Mike Williams earlier this week, Clemson co-offensive coordinator and wide receivers coach Jeff Scott explained to Williams what he did wrong. 440 more words


K-Pop Producer Spotlight: Shinsadong Tiger

If there’s anything I’ve learned from covering pop music for over a decade, it’s that songwriters and collaborators are just as important as the artists themselves. 174 more words