first_imgA view of the fans in Clemson's football stadium during a game.CLEMSON, SC – SEPTEMBER 23: A general view of the stadium and fans as the University of North Carolina Tar Heels take on the Clemson Tigers on September 23, 2006 at Memorial Stadium in Clemson, South Carolina. (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)The No. 1 overall recruiting class for college football’s 2020 cycle continues to get better and better. At this point, it’s almost unfair.Myles Murphy, the No. 8 overall recruit in the 2020 class, announced this evening his commitment to the Clemson Tigers.The five-star defensive lineman is ranked the No. 2 strong-side defensive end in the class by 247Sports’ Composite Rankings.Murphy chose Clemson over Alabama, Auburn, Florida and Georgia, among other programs. The elite recruit announced his decision at a ceremony on Friday night.5-star DE Myles Murphy (@BigMurphy_25) has committed to #Clemson— Matt DeBary (@MattDeBary) May 18, 2019Murphy’s commitment gives Clemson 15 commitments for the 2020 class. Of those 15 commits, five are five-star prospects.Clemson is putting together one of the most-loaded recruiting classes of all-time.Breaking: #Clemson lands 5th consecutive 5-star by adding a commitment from Georgia’s No. 1 prospect DE Myles Murphy: @SWiltfong247— Anna Hickey (@AnnaH247) May 18, 2019Clemson’s 2020 class is ranked the No. 1 class in the country by 247Sports. You can view Dabo Swinney’s full class here.last_img read more

NEW YORK — The government has fined American Airlines and Delta Air Lines for several instances where passengers were stuck on planes that spent over three hours on airport tarmacs.The Department of Transportation said Thursday it is fining American $1 million and Delta $750,000 for violating rules prohibiting tarmac delays of more than three hours for domestic flights and four hours for international trips.The agency said that 13 flights operated by American at various U.S. airports between December 2015 and January 2017 violated its tarmac-delay rules. Delta was dinged for 11 flights between January 2017 and February 2018.American will be credited $450,000 for compensation provided to passengers and Delta will be credited $450,000.The Associated Press read more