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Clemson Football "Entering Death Valley" art print by Jeff McJunkin

Clemson Football Entering Death Valley art by ReflectionOfTheSouth! You just have to Experience A Clemson Football Game!

Tajh's last time touching the rock ;(.  We're gonna miss you so much....incredible man, on and off the field! #clemson #clemsontigers #clemsonfootball #greenville #greenvillesc #greersc #mauldin #upstatesc #solidorange #tajhboyd #tajhforheisman #ruorange

Tajh's last time touching the rock ;incredible man, on and off the field!

Clemson’s Howard's Rock

Clemson Tigers refuse to run down The Hill above Memorial Stadium until they’ve rubbed Howard’s Rock, the mojo-giving stone placed there a half-century ago by legendary coach Frank Howard. “Give me 110%,” he told his team, “or keep your filthy hands off my rock!” Coach Hootie Ingram once stopped the tradition, but, after losing 9 of his next 15 home games, brought it back.

Football Traditions

Clemson Tigers refuse to run down The Hill above Memorial Stadium until they’ve rubbed Howard’s Rock, the mojo-giving stone placed there a half-century ago by legendary coach Frank Howard.

Clemson's own Daniel Rodriguez, Army veteran and recipient of the Purple Heart and Bronze star, leading the team down the hill on military appreciation day against Virginia Tech.

The Hill- the most exciting 20 seconds in college football. Clemson's own Daniel Rodriguez, Army veteran and recipient of the Purple Heart and Bronze star, leading the team down the hill on military appreciation day against Virginia Tech.

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