Clemson is a special place and people have loved their Tigers for many years.
The Holtzendorff Y opened 100 years ago today (January 7) and it is still serving Clemson.
Former Head Coach Red Parker brought back the tradition of running down the hill.
Clemson met Oklahoma on New Year's Day in '89 in a defensive classic at the Citrus Bowl.
Clemson has won 20 conference championships in its history, more than any other ACC school.
Not only was Frank Howard the football coach in 1940-69, but he was also a discoverer.
Almost 100 years ago, Coach E.J. Stewart observed that Clemson is a special place.
In 1967 Clemson Wore Orange Shoes and the Tigers upset 10th-ranked N.C. State 14-6.
The 1951 Orange Bowl and the Heroics of Sterling Smith will always be remembered.
Clemson defeated Boston College 6-3 in the 1940 Cotton Bowl in Dallas, TX.
The Clemson-Georgia Tech series has been very colorful and sometimes very unique.
It will be 100 years ago on Friday when Clemson's Historic Riggs Field was first used.