It's probably one of the most famous plays in Clemson Football, "The Catch" in 1977.
Sportsmanship and class have always been an important part of Clemson Athletics.
Clemson has had many military heroes in its history and one of those is Jimmie Dyess.
The 1989 Clemson-FSU Game was a classic. Two 73-yard plays spelled doom for the Seminoles.
Fireworks, Tigerama and Floats--It's all part of what makes Clemson's Homecoming unique.
Dumb-Dumb Wyndham was one of the most ferocious players ever to have played for the Tigers.
The 1977 Clemson-Georgia Tech game started a new Tiger Tradition that is in use today.
The Clemson and S.C. State connections date back to the early 1900s.
A gift of a rock from Death Valley, California has meant so much to Clemson.
One of the nation's most celebrated entrances by a team is Clemson's running down the hill.
This month will mark the 50th anniversary of Howard's Rock in Death Valley.
Clemson and Auburn had a significant connection in the late 1800s.