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The Clemson Vault - Archives 2014-15

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Clemson and Oklahoma in Ď89
The Clemson Vault 12/24/2014

It will soon be 26 years since Clemson defeated Oklahoma in the '89 Citrus Bowl.

Clemsonís "First Bowl Game"
The Clemson Vault 12/15/2014

On November 24, 1903 Clemson participated in its "First Bowl Game."

One & Only Fike Field House
The Clemson Vault 12/03/2014

Fike Field House was a very difficult place to play for Clemson's opponents.

One-Man Defensive Stand
The Clemson Vault 11/25/2014

O.K. Pressley had an incredible one-man defensive stand vs. So. Carolina in 1928.

Clemson Hero, Aubrey Rion
The Clemson Vault 11/19/2014

Aubrey Rion was a three-sport athlete at Clemson. He is one of the school's true heroes.

Heismanís High Jinks
The Clemson Vault 11/11/2014

John Heisman coached at Clemson in 1900-03. He was also an early "sports psychologist."

Sportsmanship and Class
The Clemson Vault 11/04/2014

Over 60 Years ago, Clemson's Don King won the prestigious Swede Nelson Sportsmanship Award.

Banks McFadden, "The Great"
The Clemson Vault 10/29/2014

Banks McFadden was a star on the 1939 team that was victorious in the Cotton Bowl.

The Tiger Mascot Turns 60
The Clemson Vault 10/21/2014

Tigers, Homecoming, & Floats, Oh My!

Clemson's 12th Man
The Clemson Vault 10/14/2014

Boxer Warren Wilson was Clemson's 12th man in the 1940 Cotton Bowl vs. Boston College.

The Tiger Paw
The Clemson Vault 10/07/2014

The Tiger Paw might be the most widely recognized school symbol in the nation.

Was it the Shoes?
The Clemson Vault 09/30/2014

In 1967, it probably was the shoes that enabled Clemson to upset 10th-ranked N.C. State.

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