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The Tiger had to do 105 push-ups in the first half

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The Tiger had to do 105 push-ups in the first half

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  • Clemson students enjoy a home football game at Memorial Stadium
  • Young Clemson fans enjoy a home football game at Memorial Stadium
  • Clemson 2012 Homecoming Queen Katie Barnes and her court and Alumni Association president Ann Hunter
  • Clemson Football
  • The Clemson Pershing Rifles performed a 21-Gun salute in honor of Veterans Day
  • Former Maryland receiver Darryl Hill, the first African American to play football in the ACC, was recognized on the 50th anniversary his playing in Death Valley by former IPTAY President Jim Bostic
  • Clemson president Jim Barker and AD Terry Don Phillips are presented with the Best Tailgating Experience trophy from Southern Living magazine
  • Clemson Football
  • Clemson Football
  • Veterans were recognized in the first half in honor of Veterans Day weekend
  • Clemson Football
  • Over 300 members of The Clemson Alumni Band performed at halftime
  • Dotting the 'i' was Tiger Brotherhood's 2012 Mother of the Year, Ms. Lou Fain of Clemson.
  • Clemson 2012 Homecoming Queen Katie Barnes
  • Over 300 members of The Clemson Alumni Band performed at halftime
  • Young Clemson fans enjoy a home football game at Memorial Stadium
  • Over 300 members of The Clemson Alumni Band performed at halftime
  • Clemson students enjoy a home football game at Memorial Stadium
  • Clemson students enjoy a home football game at Memorial Stadium
  • Young Clemson fans enjoy a home football game at Memorial Stadium
  • Clemson Football - Enjoying a day off from NFL games were former Tigers Andre Branch and Dwayne Allen
  • Young (and younger) Clemson fans enjoy a home football game at Memorial Stadium
  • Young Clemson fans enjoy a home football game at Memorial Stadium
  • Daniel Rodriguez and Tajh Boyd run Down The Hill and on the field together
  • Young Clemson fans enjoy a home football game at Memorial Stadium
  • Young Clemson fans enjoy a home football game at Memorial Stadium
  • Clemson students enjoy a home football game at Memorial Stadium
  • Young Clemson fans enjoy a home football game at Memorial Stadium
  • The winners (Phi Delta Theta and Alpha Chi Omega) of the best homecoming float were recognized at halftime
  • Over 300 members of The Clemson Alumni Band performed at halftime
  • Over 300 members of The Clemson Alumni Band performed at halftime
  • Over 300 members of The Clemson Alumni Band performed at halftime
  • Former Maryland receiver Darryl Hill, the first African American to play football in the ACC, was recognized on the 50th anniversary his playing in Death Valley by former IPTAY President Jim Bostic
  • Over 300 members of The Clemson Alumni Band performed at halftime
  • Over 300 members of The Clemson Alumni Band performed at halftime
  • Young Clemson fans enjoy a home football game at Memorial Stadium
  • Over 300 members of The Clemson Alumni Band performed at halftime
  • Clemson students enjoy a home football game at Memorial Stadium
  • Over 300 members of The Clemson Alumni Band performed at halftime
  • Over 300 members of The Clemson Alumni Band performed at halftime
  • Clemson 2012 Homecoming Queen Katie Barnes and her court
  • Tiger Band soloist Evan Jacobi
  • Clemson Football - Enjoying a day off from NFL games were former Tigers Andre Branch and Dwayne Allen
  • Clemson Football - Dabo Swinney
  • Clemson Football
  • Clemson Football

Clemson celebrated Homecoming, Veterans weekend and the 50th anniversary of the first African American to play football in the ACC with a 45-10 win over Maryland at Memorial Stadium on Saturday, Nov. 10th

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