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Saturday, August 19, 2017

14 Days Until Kickoff! Dark Territory Clemson Letterman Of The Day


14 Days Until Kickoff!

Dark Territory Clemson Letterman Photo Of The Day

Gaines Adams 


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Today’s photo is of former Tiger great, Gaines Adams.

Adams attended Fork Union Military Academy in 2001 and recorded 58 tackles, 22 sacks, and two interceptions in 10 games. He was a three year starter at Cambridge Academy, a small private school which only had an 8-man football team, where he was a dominant wide receiver and defensive end. Adams chose Clemson over Georgia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia. He had narrowed down his choices to North Carolina and Clemson, then signed with Clemson after the Tar Heels unexpectedly rescinded their offer.


Adams lettered from 2003 to 2006. As a redshirt freshman in 2003, he did not see much action as the second-team defensive end, only totaling 15 tackles and a sack. In 2004, he had 35 tackles with 8 sacks, and two blocked punts playing on special teams. For his hard work on special teams, Adams was awarded the 12th Man Award for Clemson's defense.


Adams considered coming out for the NFL Draft after his sophomore year, but after the underclassman panel gave him a conservatively low ranking he decided to stay for his junior year. Adams' 2005 junior season was a breakout year for him. He totaled 56 tackles, 9.5 sacks, and forced three fumbles while starting at boundary defensive end. For his senior year, 2006, he was slated to be among the best defensive ends in the college football. Adams lived up to his reputation by starting all 12 games, recording 12.5 sacks, causing 2 fumbles and recovering 3. By the end of the 2006 season, Adams recorded a total of 28 career sacks, tying the school record set by Michael Dean Perry (1984–1987). In addition, Adams was named to all five All-America teams acknowledged by the NCAA in 2006, and was recognized as one of seven unanimous first-team All-Americans that year.

Adams died unexpectedly in 2010 from a previously undetected heart condition.

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August 19th Clemson Historic Picture Of The Day

Dan’s Sandwich Shop On Gameday


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Today photo is another of Dan’s Sandwich Shop, a Clemson historic landmark.

This photo is from 1968 and it appears like it was taken some Saturday prior to a game in Death Valley. One can assume that because of the long line at 10:50 am.

You can also, notice the 1968 football schedule on the "Tiger Menu."

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Friday, August 18, 2017

15 Days Until Kickoff! Dark Territory Clemson Letterman Of The Day


15 Days Until Kickoff!
Dark Territory Clemson Letterman Photo Of The Day
Roscoe Crosby


Roscoe Crosby signed with Clemson in 2001 and was a two-sport star for Union High School.
Crosby signed as a wide receiver for the football team and center fielder for the baseball team. He then became a second-round draft pick for the Kansas City Royals, but also chose to play football at Clemson instead of giving up his college football dream.

Crosby was under heave scrutiny by the media, as the spotlight always seemed to follow Crosby. He was the hero of his hometown and much of the state, even garnering national attention.

But an arm injury and elbow surgery limited Crosby's time on the field at Clemson and with the Kansas City Royals.

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August 18th Clemson Historic Picture Of The Day

Food, Clemson, and the 1970’s 



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Today’s photos are from the 1970’s and show two different restaurants in the Clemson area that fed the hungry for many years. The above photo is of Chanelo’s Pizza. 

Chanelo's Pizza was a dine-in parlor located between Tiger Town Tavern and Mr. Knickerbockers that also included a game room. This had previously been the location of Harper's Store. The eatery was known locally for its on-campus delivery service. 

One of its more requested sandwiches was called the Vesuvian. It consisted of a freshly made sub roll with an elongated ground beef patty covered in shredded lettuce, tomato, mayo, and mustard. 

Chanelo’s was opened in the winter of 1975 by Herb Channell, who closed the Clemson store in the early 90's when he began having health problems.  His daughter operates a Chanelo's in Pickens, South Carolina using the same family recipes. 

The Chanelo's of Pickens has been open since February of 2000. Herb's store slogan was "Nothing Beatsa Chanelo's Pizza". In the late 1970's, another slogan, "Had a piece lately?" was used until Mr. Channell's "religious revival" convinced him to change it to "Had a pizza lately?" 

Yet another sophomoric slogan was used to market a Tuesday night special aimed at increasing sales. The promotion gave the customer one free extra meat topping for each meat topping they purchased at regular price. It was marketed as the "You Can't Beat Our Meat Special!" 

The below photo is of Miles and Crenshaw Restaurant in Pendleton. Miles & Crenshaw Restaurant & Cafeteria was a popular family restaurant located on North Mechanic Street on the square in Pendleton, South Carolina, in the 1970s and 1980s. It was called “clean jaws” by many of the students that had cars and could drive to Pendleton to eat there. 


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Thursday, August 17, 2017

16 Days Until Kickoff! Dark Territory Clemson Letterman Of The Day

16 Days Until Kickoff!
Dark Territory Clemson Letterman Photo Of The Day
Derrick Hamilton


Derrick Hamilton lettered at Clemson as a wide receiver from 2001-2003.

Hamilton set the Clemson record for all-purpose yards in three years with 4839 yards.
 

Hamilton became the first Clemson player to lead the ACC in all-purpose yards in consecutive years.

Hamilton had a streak of five consecutive games with a touchdown reception, a Clemson record in that category at the time.
 

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August 17th Clemson Historic Picture Of The Day

Clemson Tiger Baseball In The 1960’s
Part II of II 


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From April of 1965 until May of 1966, Rusty Adkins had a 41-game hitting streak. Adkins hit .438 during the streak that still stands as the longest in ACC history. 

During the 1966 season, George Sutton set the record for the fastest to 10 home runs by hitting 10 home runs in 18 games. His 10th homer came against Wake Forest on April 23, 1966. 


During the 1967 season, the Tigers won the ACC title and were ranked #7 in the final Collegiate Baseball poll. Clemson participated in the NCAA District III Playoffs at Gastonia, NC. After losing the first contest against Florida State, Clemson rebounded with three straight victories. But Auburn ended Clemson’s season by defeating the Tigers 6-5 in the championship game in 13 innings. 

And in 1968, left-hander John Curtis became Clemson’s first first-round Major League draft selection. Curtis was the #10 overall pick in the secondary phase by the Boston Red Sox. 


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Wednesday, August 16, 2017

17 Days Until Kickoff! Dark Territory Clemson Letterman Of The Day

17 Days Until Kickoff!
Dark Territory Clemson Letterman Photo Of The Day
Brian Mance


Brian Mance was a second-team All-Conference selection as a senior in 2003 after amassing 60 tackles, six INTs and 11 pass breakups.



As a junior, Mance had 42 tackes, 2 interceptions, and 5 pass break ups.

Mance also averaged 12.5 yards on 17 punt returns.
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August 16th Clemson Historic Picture Of The Day

Clemson Tiger Baseball In The 1960’s 
(Part I of II)


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Today’s photos are from the 1960’s and are a montage of Clemson Tiger baseball, which was played on Riggs Field. In the fall of 1957, from the advice of North Carolina Head Coach Walter Rabb, Frank Howard hired a 27-year old assistant from China Grove, NC named Bill Wilhelm. 

After the 1959 regular season, Clemson, Wake Forest, and North Carolina were tied for first place, forcing a playoff among the three. Clemson beat Wake Forest 4-2 at Thomasville, NC on May 16 and downed North Carolina 9-7 in Gastonia, NC to claim the ACC crown. 


In June of 1959, Clemson raced through the NCAA District III Playoffs at Gastonia, NC, downing Georgia Tech 9-6 and Florida State twice (24-2, 5-0) to advance to Omaha. At the College World Series, the Tigers lost to Arizona 3-2 on June 13 in 12 innings in their first game in Omaha. They bounced back and defeated Colorado State 7-1 the next day, but were eliminated by Penn State 7-0 on June 15. 

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Tuesday, August 15, 2017

18 Days Until Kickoff! Dark Territory Clemson Letterman Of The Day

18 Days Until Kickoff!
Dark Territory Clemson Letterman Photo Of The Day
Chad Carson




Chad Carson was a second team All-Conference selection and All-Academic choice in his senior year at Clemson after leading the team in tackles with 128.

Carson was an All-Academic selection again as a junior and senior.

Carson’s best year was his Junior year, where he teamed with Keith Adams at the linebacker position.  Carson totaled 144 tackles during his junior year.
Carson works in real estate in the upstate of South Carolina and served as sideline commentator for the Network Radio broadcast for a few seasons.

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August 15th Clemson Historic Picture Of The Day

Clemson Cadets In World War II And Fletcher Anderson 


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Today’s photos are of Clemson Cadets during World War II. The text below was written by former Clemson kicker Fletcher Anderson (’04) from Clemson World Online. 

Clemson has also produced many war heroes through the years. Jimmie Dyess ’31 was awarded the Carnegie Medal and the Medal of Honor. Dyess is one of three Clemson alumni to receive the Medal of Honor. Gary Evans Foster, a Clemson student in 1919-1920, and Daniel Augustus Joseph Sullivan, Class of 1902, were also awarded our nation’s highest medal for bravery. Rudolf “Rudy” Anderson ’48 was the only casualty in the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis. 

The University has monuments to its soldiers. Military Heritage Plaza commemorates a Clemson cadet’s passage from student to military leader and displays 64 medals representing those earned by Clemson military. The monument in front of Mell Hall symbolizes the transition the Class of 1944 experienced during WWII. And just recently, the Clemson Corps launched a new initiative for the Scroll of Honor Memorial at the football stadium. 

Perhaps the quietest memorial is found in the Woodland Cemetery. American flags adorn more than 50 headstones on “Cemetery Hill.” In addition to serving their country, these people served Clemson. 


For example, you probably know that James “Banks” McFadden was a two-sport All-American at Clemson in 1939, but you may not know that he served overseas, 1946-1949, in the U.S. Army Air Corps. He returned to Clemson for a long, productive career with the Clemson Athletic Department. 

Robert C. “Bob” Bradley ’51 entered Clemson as a freshman in 1941. He also served four years in the U.S. Army Air Corps during WWII and returned to Clemson after the war to finish his degree. “Mr. B” went on to touch many lives as Clemson’s sports information director. 

Walter T. Cox Jr. ’39 also impacted the lives of many students during his time at Clemson. He called Clemson home for more than 70 years, and the only time he left was to serve his country during WWII. 

Richard C. Robbins joined the armed forces in 1942 and served first under U.S. Gen. George Patton and later in Okinawa, Japan. Robbins completed two tours of duty in Korea before returning to Clemson to become a student-athlete adviser. Col. Robbins’ reputation suggests that he utilized some of Patton’s techniques to motivate, discipline and carry out his duties at Clemson. 

Others like George C. Means served in the U.S. Coast Guard during the D-Day Normandy Invasion of WWII. Some of the headstone markings indicate the medals they received during their service: “Marvin A. Owings Sr., Col. Army, Bronze Star, Purple Heart & OLC”; “William Joseph Lanham, Captain U.S. Army WWII, Purple Heart and Silver Star.” 

The University’s imprint on the U.S. Armed Forces, and thus our country, is undeniable and unforgettable for so many. Perhaps next time you’re on campus you might visit some of these monuments — including Woodland Cemetery — and say a quiet “thank you” to Clemson’s silent soldiers. 

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Monday, August 14, 2017

19 Days Until Kickoff! Dark Territory Clemson Letterman Of The Day

19 Days Until Kickoff!
Dark Territory Clemson Letterman Photo Of The Day
Joe Don Reames




Joe Don Reames lettered at Clemson from 1999 to 2000 as a wide receiver, punt returner, and kick returner.
Reames played in all 11 games for the Tigers in 2000 leading Clemson in punt returns as a sophomore and ranking 24th in the nation in punt returns with a 12.2 average.



Reames had a 69-yard punt return for a touchdown that broke open the Virginia game and helped earn him ACC Specialist of the Week honors.  He also returned two kickoffs in the Gator Bowl for 32 yards.


Reames came to Clemson in 1998 as a quarterback, redshirting that first year.  Under Tommy Bowden, the coaches decided to move Reames to wide receiver.
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August 14th Clemson Historic Picture Of The Day

Clemson Photo Quiz Part III of III

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Alan Cutts, the man responsible for digitizing all of these photos for me, came up with a quiz for some of the photos. Today is Part III of III that will quiz you on your knowledge of Clemson through some photos.

Answers will be available at the bottom of the blog each day.

1. Who is the woman in the photo below?


2. The YMCA building was built in 1916, thanks to a $50,000 donation from whom?


3. Hoke Sloan grew up in Clemson and severed as the school's tennis coach for many years. However, he never attended Clemson as a student. What educational institution did he attend?


4. Who is the man in the photo below? (Hint: He has a building named after him on the east campus.)


Answers: 
1. Frank Howard's daughter, Alice Howard.
2. John D. Rockefeller gave a $50,000 donation for the building of the YMCA at Clemson.
3. Hoke Sloan attended Auburn.
4. August Schilletter, Steward of Clemson College; in charge of kitchens & mess hall, 1900-1918

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Sunday, August 13, 2017

20 Days Until Kickoff! Dark Territory Clemson Letterman Of The Day

20 Days Until Kickoff!
Dark Territory Clemson Letterman Photo Of The Day
Keith Adams


Keith Adams lettered for Clemson from 1998-2000 at linebacker.
Adams was a two-time All-American in 1999 and 2000 and was named the ACC Defensive Player of the Year in 1999.



Adams was a finalist for Butkus Award and Bednarik Award in 2000 along with being named National Defensive Player of the Year Finalist by Football News.
Adams set Clemson’s single season record for tackles (186) and sacks (16) in 1999 and set Clemson single game tackle record with 27 vs. South Carolina in 1999.



Adams had 379 career tackles, ninth in Clemson history even though he played just three years.
Adams played seven years in the NFL with Dallas, Philadelphia, Miami and Cleveland
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August 13th Clemson Historic Picture Of The Day

Clemson Photo Quiz Part II of III



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Alan Cutts, the man responsible for digitizing all of these photos for me, came up with a quiz for some of the photos. Today is Part II of III that will quiz you on your knowledge of Clemson through some photos.

Answers will be available at the bottom of the blog each day.

1. The photo below is of the first president of Clemson. What was his name?


2. John C. Calhoun called his home "Fort Hill" because it overlooked a fortification built around 1776. What was the name of the fortification?


3. As Thomas Green Clemson continued advocating a separate agricultural college, apart from the University of South Carolina, in June 1886 the Columbia institution gave him something, in hopes of diverting him from his goal. What did they give him?

Answers:
1. Clemson's first president was Henry A. Strode.

2. Fort Hill overlooked a fortification called Fort Rutledge, built around 1776.

3. An honorary Doctor of Laws degree, given to Thomas G. Clemson by the University of South Carolina.

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Saturday, August 12, 2017

21 Days Until Kickoff! Dark Territory Clemson Letterman Of The Day

21 Days Until Kickoff!
Dark Territory Clemson Letterman Photo Of The Day
Javis Austin


Javis Austin lettered for Clemson in 1998 and 1999.
Austin’s career will best be remembered via tragedy.   Austin was admitted to the neuro-intensive care unit of the Anderson Area Regional Medical Center after attempting suicide after a frustrating end to the 1999 season.
Austin was 21 at the time and was a junior two-time letterman for Clemson. He started the first two games of the 1999 season and had his best game in the opener against Marshall.

Austin played in only three of the past eight games. He has had 36 carries for 120 yards in five games this season.

Austin was the state's top high school running back in 1997 with 2,389 yards and 32 touchdowns in his senior season at D.W. Daniel High School in Central. His career rushing total at Daniel was 5,088 yards.
For a great read on Austin’s entire story, including his remarkable recovery and return to education, read the linked article below from Bob Gillespie of The State newspaper.

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August 12th Clemson Historic Picture Of The Day

Clemson Photo Quiz Part I of III


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Alan Cutts, the man responsible for digitizing all of these photos for me, came up with a quiz for some of the photos. Today is Part I of III that will quiz you on your knowledge of Clemson through some photos.

Answers will be available at the bottom of the blog each day.

1. The photo below is of a woman that had an important role in Clemson University history. Who was she?

2. World War II double ace Colonel William Leverette and former SID Bob Bradley share a common background when they were students at Clemson. What was it?


3. Danny Ford's teams scored a total of how many points while he was head coach?


Answers: 
1. Anna Calhoun Clemson, daughter of John C. Calhoun and wife of Thomas G. Clemson.

2. William Leverette and Bob Bradley both severed as Editor of the student newspaper "The Tiger."

3. Danny Ford's teams scored a total of 3333 points.

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Friday, August 11, 2017

WCCP's Tiger Pregame Show Gearing Up For 15th Year On Air!

The Tiger Pregame Show And 
WCCP 105.5 FM Gear Up For 15th Year!


The Tiger Pregame Show, a game day tradition for Clemson football fans on Saturdays since 2003, will enter its 15th year on air when the Defending National Champion Clemson Tigers host Kent State on September 2nd.

The show (along with The Tiger Tailgate Show) will have a new broadcast location for the 2017 season;  "The Corner of Swann Pavilion At Littlejohn Coliseum"!




Scott Rhymer, in his 15th year as Host, will once again anchor the show to bring Clemson fans all of the information, interviews, and insight to prepare for the game.  Rhymer has anchored the show on WCCP from its birth, giving Clemson fans a familiar voice and perspective on what has happened, what will happen, and the implications of all things Clemson when it comes to the upcoming games.  

While hosting The Tiger Pregame Show, Scott has broadcast live on location in 11 different states across this nation covering Clemson on game day.



"The previous 14 years on air, plus my 45 years of following Clemson football, has given me the opportunity to literally see it all", Rhymer said recently.  "From two National Championships, many great and exhilarating games, some heartbreaking losses in games that would have meant so much to win, and a couple of dreadful seasons...I have sat beside Clemson Nation through it all".



Kelly Gramlich joins Scott Rhymer for her 2nd year as Co-Host of The Tiger Pregame Show. Kelly got her start at WCCP 105.5 The Roar in February 2015, appearing on Out of Bounds twice a week. She became the full-time producer and co-host of the show in May 2016

"I am so excited to join Scott on The Tiger Pregame Show for my 2nd season", Gramlich recently stated.  "I am so thankful for Scott's willingness to bring me on the show and being so generous with a program he has produced for 15 years.  

"Scott truly is the best in the business.  I can't wait for football season to start and to chronicle Clemson's quest for another National Championship!" 

Gramlich also serves as the color commentator for Clemson women's basketball broadcasts on 105.5 FM.  


In addition to her duties with women's basketball, Gramlich has called men's basketball games and volleyball games for ACC Network Extra.  You can also find Gramlich's work in the Anderson Independent-Mail's Orange and White, where she publishes a weekly column on Clemson Athletics.

Prior to 105.5 The Roar, Gramlich was a student assistant in the Clemson Athletic Communications Department, serving as one of the media contacts for the Clemson women's basketball team.

While at Clemson, Gramlich was a member of the Clemson's women's basketball team from 2011-2014 and holds the record for most three-pointers made in a single game with eight.  Gramlich is a native of Austin, Texas, but has quickly proven that her colors now bleeds Clemson Orange!


 


The Tiger Pregame Show will tap into the continued emergence of Social Media as part of Clemson fan’s game day expectations, with several segments engaging fans via Twitter (@tigerpregame, @1055TheRoar and @kellygramlich).

“No longer do Clemson fans have to sit beside to listen to the show”, Rhymer points out.

“When driving to the game Saturday or working around the house, our fans can stream the show via the WCCP 105.5 FM App using their smart phones, making the show as portable as the listener wants to be on game day," Rhymer explains.

"But that is not the only reason we embrace the technology.  In addition to streaming the show, we also want to engage fans during the show to allow them to give their opinions and insight while we are broadcasting", Rhymer explains.  "That's the really exciting part of technology as it allows fans do do more than just listen.  It allows them to engage".


During the game week, fans can also nominate themselves as the "Clemson Fan Of The Week" via she show's Twitter feeds.  The winner each week will join Scott and Kelly during the Bottom Line Segment as a 3rd host of the show on air!

The Tiger Pregame Show format will continue to offer in-depth analysis of the upcoming game, focusing on X’s and O’s of what fans should expect to see on the field during the game.

Segments for the show include up-to-the-minute game day weather conditions, Top 25 Report, ACC and SEC Game Breakdowns, Injury Reports for both Clemson and their opponent, Opposing Team's Perspective, and a historical look back at this day in Clemson football history.  There will also be segments with current Clemson football players that give fans a more personal look at the players behind the face mask and helmet.

Each week, Clemson Head Coach Dabo Swinney, Defensive Coordinator Brent Venables, and Co-Offensive Coordinators Tony Elliott and Jeff Scott will offer their input on the show.


Player interviews will take place each week to give fans an idea of what the vibe of the players inside the program is as they prepare for the upcoming opponent.

Don Munson, the  Voice of the Tigers, will join the show live each week to give his unique perspective inside the football program. 

And, just like in the previous 14 years, the show will close the final hour with the Keys to the Game and game day predictions, this year with Scott Rhymer and Kelly Gramlich and our weekly "Fan of the Week".


You can keep up with all information related to the Tiger Pregame Show by liking the page on Facebook (The Tiger Pregame Show and WCCP 105.5 The Roar) and following via Twitter (@tigerpregame, @1055TheRoar, and @kellygramlich)

Scott Rhymer will join Mickey Plyler on WCCP 105.5 FM and wccpfm.com every Friday morning at 7:05 to talk Clemson football and to set the stage for the Tiger Pregame Show.  


Broadcast time  for the opening weekend on September 2nd is from 6:00-9:00 a.m from "The Corner of Swann Pavilion at Littlejohn Coliseum".  Fans can listen at WCCP 105.5 FM in the Upstate of South Carolina, wccpfm.com anywhere in teh world, and via the WCCP 105.5 FM App on their mobile device (for free).

This season is set up to be magical...so don't miss a minute of the season!  Start your game day experience with a Clemson tradition...The Tiger Pregame Show!


The Road To A Repeat Begins With The Tiger Pregame Show!