Sports Spectrum Draft Special

NEW PODCAST: Eric Mac Lain, Former Clemson Offensive Lineman

THIS IS EPISODE 355 OF THE SPORTS SPECTRUM PODCAST

Eric Mac Lain played football at Clemson from 2011-15, when the Tigers captured two conference championships and made a national championship appearance. He obtained the most wins (46) by a single player in Clemson history, while earning Strength and Conditioning All-America honors.

As a student, Mac Lain was an All-ACC Academic football selection and graduated with a Bachelor’s in health science (2015) and a Master’s in athletic leadership and administration (2017).

In 2019, he joined the new ACC Network as a studio analyst. Prior to that, he was with JMI Sports and worked on multimedia sponsorship rights for Clemson athletics.

On this episode of the podcast, we talk to Mac Lain about playing for Coach Dabo Swinney, being part of the birth of a dynasty, faith at Clemson, learning from losing, and the crazy journey to now being a broadcaster with the ACC Network.

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