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Best moments of 2017: Tigers win first National Championship in 35 years

At Clemson there has been “The Catch” – Jerry Butler’s twisting, leaping catch to beat rival South Carolina in 1977. Then there is “The Catch II” – Rod Gardner’s 50-yard reception in the final seconds of the 2000 South Carolina game to set up Aaron Hunts’ game-winning field goal. Those two plays were considered two of the more significant moments in Clemson football history. However...
Via The Clemson Insider
December 25, 2017

Catch II

Except for the 10,000 or so South Carolina fans that made the trip up from Columbia, there was an eerie silence in Clemson Memorial Stadium when tight end Tommy Hill fell on a Derek Watson fumble in the end zone to give the Gamecocks a 14-13 lead with 59 seconds to play. For most of the 84,500 that were in attendance on that cold and damp evening, all had felt lost. But Clemson quarterback...
Via The Clemson Insider
November 26, 2016

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