Clemson Tigers College Football Tickets
The Clemson Tigers college football team is one of the oldest teams based in Clemson University of Clemson, South Carolina. Its origins can be traced as far back to 1896 when Walter Merritt Riggs, known as the father of Clemson football, set up the team at the same time he introduced football to the college from what is now known as Auburn University, where he studied previously. On its own right, the Tigers have made an indelible mark in the realm of collegiate football. The team has managed to stay consistently at the top of the rankings in the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) in recent years.
The Tigers also boasts of a proud alumni network of players who are now making their mark professional football. The team also takes pride in its coaching staff that steered the team over the years, most notable of them is the legendary John Heisman, for whom the prestigious Heisman Trophy that is being awarded to exemplary college football players is named after.
The team has been playing at the Frank Howard Field at Memorial Stadium in the Clemson University campus since 1942. Any home game of the Tigers at this stadium, popularly known as Death Valley, is a treat itself of the team’s rich traditions; one of which is the “Running Down The Hill,” dubbed as “the most exciting 25 seconds in college football.”
Important Moments And Accomplishments
Over the years, the Clemson Tigers have made significant milestones in collegiate football history. To date, the team has made a record of 30 bowl appearances, the latest was 2007’s Chick-Fil-A Bowl. It has managed to win 15 of these appearances, the last in 2005’s Champs Sports Bowl against University of Colorado. In addition, it has claimed 18 conference titles, 13 of which were won under its current ทางเข้า ufabet membership in the ACC, giving Clemson the most number of conference titles held in the ACC. The last conference title held by Clemson was in 1991.
Quarterbacks in the Current Roster
Currently, the team’s quarterbacks are composed of Cullen Harper, Willy Korn, Kyle Parker, Jon Richt, Brandon Speweik, and Michael Wade.
The Clemson Tigers football team is undergoing an interesting transition phase when in October 2008, long-time coach Tommy Bowden offered to resign after a disappointing 3-3 win-loss record this season. For the time being, the reins of steering the team has fell under the hands of Dabo Swinney. While Swinney has managed to give the team a mixed record of 1 win and 1 loss since becoming interim coach, optimism for the team still runs high as the team was considered a preseason favorite to win another ACC conference title. The team’s current roster has been cited by a number of collegiate sports writers to show significant promise for the team’s title quest. In this interesting stage in Tigers football history, this is an opportune time for any fan to witness history unfold and watch the team run down the hill once more as they try to capture the glory once more.