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One of the most exciting Clemson wins I’ve witnessed came in 2003, when the Tigers upset third-ranked Florida State at Death Valley.
The drive from Clemson to Tallahassee, Fla., is far from a pleasant one.
It’s that time of year again when whitetail deer begin engaging in the breeding season.
This is an unusual approach to my weekly column, but just as I was thinking of writing about the harmful effects modern media is having on our personal lives, the following email arrived in my inbox, and I just couldn’t resist sharing it with my readers.
As a mother and teacher, I am running for Congress because the future of all S.C. District 3 children is at stake. I will not sit idly by as their safety, education, health care, job security and environment are sacrificed in a game of political football.
Having watched Clemson football for nearly half a century, I’ve seen games which the Tigers have gone into heavily favored and either lost or played just well enough to win.