Sunday, October 26, 2003

Next week, on Saturday, November 1, the Tigers go head to head with the Wake Forest Demon Deacons. Here's some general information on Wake Forest University:

Location...... Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Nickname...... Demon Deacons
Colors...... Old gold and black
Conference...... Atlantic Coast Conference
Location of Game...... Groves Stadium
Capacity of Stadium...... 31,500
Turf...... Natural grass
Athletic Director...... Ron Wellman
First Year of Football...... 1888
Head Coach...... Jim Grobe
Jim Grobe's Record at Wake Forest...... 13-11
Internet Site...... www.wakeforestsports.com

Game Notes

Clemson has 53 wins over Wake Forest, which is more than any other ACC team. As far as most wins in Clemson history is concerned, the 53 victories over Wake Forest is second only to Clemson's 60 wins over The University of South Carolina. Tommy Bowden has a 4-0 record against Wake Forest. Clemson has won 8 of the last 9 meetings.

Starters Returning


-Tyson Clabo, Offensive Guard
-Blake Lingruen, Center
-Mark Moroz, Offensive Tackle


-Caron Bracy
-Kellen Brantley, Linebacker
-Warren Braxton, Strong Safety
-Eric King, Cornerback
-Daryl Shaw, Cornerback
-Brad White, Linebacker
-Quintin Williams, Free Safety

Saturday, October 25, 2003

Welcome to the Clemson blog! I'm still getting the hang of this whole blog thing, so bear with me. Congratulations to the Tigers on their win today over the Tarholes of the University of North Carolina!
Here's a picture of the University of South Carolina's coach, Lou Holtz:

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