Clemson: Where the Tigers Play

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Sports Publishing LLC, Jul 1, 2001 - Sports & Recreation - 297 pages
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Clemson: Where the Tigers Play is the most comprehensive book ever written on Clemson University athletics. This book chronicles over 100 years of Tiger athletics, listing yearly accounts of statistics, records, bowl and tournament appearances, and historical moments. Read about the legends that put the Clemson Tigers on the map, including Banks McFadden, John Heisman, Rupert Fike, Frank Howard, Fred Cone, Bruce Murray, Bill Wilhelm, and I.M. Ibrahim. Also included are vignettes on some of Clemson's greatest moments -- the 1981 national football championship, the 1984 and 1987 national championship soccer seasons, College World Series appearances, the Frank Howard era, and the inaugural running down the hill in Death Valley.
 

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Contents

lndividual Sports
108
Discontinued Sports
198
Personality Profiles
223
Athletic Moments
253
Clemson Letterwinners
273
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Sam Blackman is associate sports information director at Clemson University. Blackman has worked extensively publicizing the school s nineteen sports by writing and editing brochures and news releases. Blackman received a BS degree in parks, recreation, and tourism management in 1985 and a master s of education degree in counseling in 1987.

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