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Larry Williams of Tigerillustrated.com takes you inside the helmet and inside the press box (minus the free food) to deliver the stories behind the stories. No screaming. No hot takes. No picks. Just honest insight and informed conversation.

The Clemson Dubcast Larry Williams

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    • 4.9, 156 Ratings

Larry Williams of Tigerillustrated.com takes you inside the helmet and inside the press box (minus the free food) to deliver the stories behind the stories. No screaming. No hot takes. No picks. Just honest insight and informed conversation.

    Brandon Maye

    Brandon Maye

    Brandon Maye grew up sharing a two-bedroom apartment with 15 people in the projects of Mobile, Ala. "Most of the people in my family were high-school dropouts." So when he realized his dream of an NFL career wasn't going to materialize, he felt he let his mother down. "I got in the car and I drove to my elementary school, my middle school and my high school. I came upon a bridge and I tried to drive my car off the bridge. But my car cuts off, and I hear the voice of God say: "I require more from you." 

    • 1 hr 10 min
    Ben Hall

    Ben Hall

    Former Clemson tight end Ben Hall shares the remarkable story of how he quit his job in manufacturing to pursue a passion for making people happy by making desserts. After getting his start at home with just a stove and a tabletop mixer, Hall is now the proud owner of Big Ben's Desserts in Lyman, S.C. And his customers just can't get enough.

    • 1 hr 41 min
    Roman Fry and Dalton Freeman

    Roman Fry and Dalton Freeman

    Roman Fry reminisces about his Clemson days and recalls a spring-break trip he and Nathan Bennett took to Panama City Beach. "We decided to join in this game called King of the Ring, where there was a circle and these guys who thought they were pretty tough throwing anybody who came inside the circle outside the circle. The next thing I know we're in there and we're taking on as many as we can, back-to-back. We stayed King of the Ring for five straight hours, no joke. Somehow we did it. A few beers were involved, actually a lot more than a few. Clemson's offensive line won the day there. I'm learning that the players now don't do as much of that, which might be a good thing."
    And Dalton Freeman reflects on being a part of the transformation of Clemson football under Dabo Swinney from being a redshirt in 2008, to closing his college career with a pivotal bowl triumph over LSU in 2012.
     

    • 1 hr 34 min
    Stanley Hunter

    Stanley Hunter

    The amazing story of Stanley Hunter, who as a 10-year-old had to deal with his mother being sentenced to 25 years in prison for selling drugs. It took a village to raise Hunter, including his grandparents and the communities of Duncan and Byrnes High School -- and then Clemson, where epilepsy cut short his football career but where he remained as a student coach. Hunter has recently bought his first house. In January, his mother is scheduled to be released from prison. And he can't wait to reunite with her.

    • 1 hr 38 min
    Ricky Sapp

    Ricky Sapp

    Ricky Sapp joins the podcast to update on what he's been up to since his playing days, shares some of his favorite memories from Clemson and his recruitment, and gives his take on how far Dabo Swinney has taken the football program.
     

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Durrell Barry and Chris Chancellor

    Durrell Barry and Chris Chancellor

    Former Clemson football players and current police officers, Durrell Barry and Chris Chancellor weigh in on their emotions of the past few weeks. Barry was on the front lines in Columbia recently as protestors set fire to police cars and inflicted other damage. "I'm almost speechless when it comes to certain things that have happened, because I never thought I'd be in the middle of something like that. It was eye-opening, man. It was scary. You have to keep it professional as a police officer. I would want to protest too, but I'm a law-enforcement officer. I understand why everybody is upset with law enforcement as a whole, but they have to understand that doesn't represent 99 percent of law enforcement."

    • 1 hr 16 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
156 Ratings

156 Ratings

BG in Blythewood ,

Great listens

Larry does a great job. I’ve listened to close to 20 of his interviews and have enjoyed them all.

Curious 22 ,

Favorite

Great podcast. I’ve gone back and listened to a tone of the shows and they are all worth listen. Record more.

Ryan of Winston ,

Excellent content sandwiches between long intro and outro

I give it 5-stars because 4 is considered bad these days, but each episode could be 15 mins shorter. Main gripe is the intro with ads in nearly 4 minutes and the ending is nearly as long.

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