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Rennie Moore

| | College: Clemson
 
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2011 Season

Has 48 tackles, 12.5 tackles for loss, 4.5 sacks, and eight quarterback pressures in 548 snaps over 32 games (one start) in his career … sat out the 2008 season after playing in 2007 … brings a lot of energy to the defense … productive defensive tackle over the course of his career … tied for third on the team in hang clean (345).

2010 Season

Had 26 tackles, seven tackles for loss, two sacks, and five quarterback pressures in 315 snaps over 13 games (one start) … his seven tackles for loss were more than any non-starter … had four tackles and a tackle for loss in 32 snaps against North Texas … started against Presbyterian College … had three tackles in 24 snaps at #15 Auburn … had two tackles for loss and a sack in 29 snaps against #16 Miami (FL) … had three tackles and a tackle for loss in 25 snaps against Georgia Tech … had three tackles, two tackles for loss, and a sack in 28 snaps against #23 N.C. State … had two tackles in 28 snaps at Wake Forest … had two tackles in 29 snaps against #17 South Carolina … had a tackle for loss against South Florida.

2009 Season

Suspended for Music City Bowl after missing curfew during the week … had 22 tackles in just 198 defensive plays in 2009 … averaged 15 plays per game … all of his tackles for loss came in the final eight games … had two tackles against Virginia, but both were sacks for 23 negative yards for the Cavalier offense … one of four Tigers with a pair of sacks in a game in 2009 … also had two tackles for loss in the win over Coastal Carolina … had season-high four tackles against Middle Tennessee and Wake Forest … had two tackles, including one for loss, against Florida State.`

2008 Season

Redshirted.

2007 Season

Played as a true freshman in 2007 … had 35 snaps in six games … looks to see more playing time in sophomore year … played a season-high 10 snaps at Duke … played seven snaps against Louisiana-Monroe … played six snaps in the win over Wake Forest.

High School

Rated as the #24 strongside defensive end in the country by Rivals.com … #57 defensive end in the country according to Scout.com … #38 player in Georgia by SuperPrep … #27 player in Georgia by Rivals.com … all-region selection by PrepStar … member of the Florida Times-Union Super 24 … missed his junior season at Camden County High School when he broke his tibia and fibula in a spring scrimmage; he played tight end and defensive end prior to his injury … for Head Coach Jeff Herron … had two receptions, both for touchdowns, at tight end as a senior … had 36 tackles, six tackles for loss, four sacks, and one caused fumble at defensive end as a senior … played backup tight end on the undefeated state championship team as a freshman … played on four consecutive regional championship teams at Camden County High … contributed to a Georgia state record of a 58-game regular-season winning streak … all-region, all-southeast Georgia, and all-state as a senior … participated in the Georgia North-South All-Star game … recruited by Defensive Coordinator Vic Koenning … chose Clemson over Florida and Florida State.

Personal

Born Nov. 29, 1988.

 
 
Latest News
12/27/2009 - Clemson's troubles stopping the Wildcat might have gotten more difficult. Four Tigers reserves have been suspended for today's Music City Bowl against Kentucky for curfew violations, most notably defensive tackles Jamie Cumbie and Rennie Moore. The others were third-string tight end Durrell Barry and receiver Kyle Johnson. Cumbie and Moore were part of a five-member rotation Clemson uses on its interior defensive line. So the Tigers will be without much depth as they try to rectify their issues against the Wildcat, which Kentucky has used successfully the past four weeks with receiver Randall Cobb. "We've got one game, four quarters," Clemson coach Dabo Swinney said. "So let's go win it and not make any excuses." Swinney said the players were late for Wednesday's 1 a.m. curfew, Clemson's first night in Nashville. All four remain with the team, Swinney said. The punishment ends the careers of Barry and Johnson, both seniors. Cumbie, a junior, is the top tackler among non-starters and has averaged 28 snaps per game. - Paul Strelow, The State

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