Former Clemson, NFL star Terry Kinard arrested on prostitution charge

Clemson Ring of Honor member recently inducted into the Orange Bowl Hall of Fame

Clemson All-American Terry Kinard was inducted in the Orange Bowl Hall of Fame at the Orange Bowl

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Clemson All-American Terry Kinard was inducted in the Orange Bowl Hall of Fame at the Orange Bowl

Clemson Ring of Honor member and recent Orange Bowl Hall of Fame inductee Terry Kinard was arrested last week in Myrtle Beach, S.C., on prostitution charges, according to a Myrtle Beach Police report cited by WCIV-TV.

Kinard, 54, was arrested along with 40-year-old Helen Lynn Corbin.

Kinard, a member of the Clemson Athletic Hall of Fame and College Football Hall of Fame, was a star defensive back on Clemson's 1981 national championship football team. He represented Clemson in the 2013 ACC Legends Class. Kinard went on to play in the NFL, helping the New York Giants win a Super Bowl in 1986.

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