Clemson football has evolved into a national brand during the Dabo Swinney era.
The latest evidence?
ESPN’s newest signage at its headquarters in Bristol, Connecticut.
Clemson is prominently featured in a massive sign outside of the ESPN Cafe. The sign shows fans cheering along with a giant paw as well as another photo with analyst Lee Corso donning the Tiger head during a College Gameday telecast.
This is an honor well deserved for the Clemson faithful, as the Tigers won the national title in 2016 and made the College Football Playoff the last three seasons.
Meanwhile, ESPN recently dropped Clemson to No. 2 in its pre-spring Top 25 heading into the 2018 season.
Clemson begins the season on Sept. 1 vs. visiting Furman.