O.K. Pressley had an incredible one-man defensive stand vs. So. Carolina in 1928.
Aubrey Rion was a three-sport athlete at Clemson. He is one of the school's true heroes.
John Heisman coached at Clemson in 1900-03. He was also an early "sports psychologist."
Over 60 Years ago, Clemson's Don King won the prestigious Swede Nelson Sportsmanship Award.
Banks McFadden was a star on the 1939 team that was victorious in the Cotton Bowl.
Tigers, Homecoming, & Floats, Oh My!
Boxer Warren Wilson was Clemson's 12th man in the 1940 Cotton Bowl vs. Boston College.
The Tiger Paw might be the most widely recognized school symbol in the nation.
In 1967, it probably was the shoes that enabled Clemson to upset 10th-ranked N.C. State.
Clemson's road to the National Championship in 1981 included a classic game with UNC.
A classic Clemson football victory occurred 25 years ago when Clemson defeated 16th-ranked Florida State 34-23 in Tallahassee, FL on September 9, 1989.
The calendar year of 1939 was a special year for Clemson Athletics. It will soon be 75 years ago since Banks McFadden and the Clemson Tigers played in the 1940 Cotton Bowl in Dallas, Texas on January 1st.