Date: September 8, 2001
Site: Clemson Memorial Stadium
Expected Attendance: 79,000
Tickets: Available at $25 for adults, $6 for students high school age and under
Live TV: None
Series Record: Clemson leads 9-3
Last Meeting: Clemson 45, Wofford 10 in 1981
Clemson Rankings: 19th in USA Today, 20th in Associated Press
Satellite Feed: CU Band Telestar 6, Transponder 11 5:00 PM to 5:15 PM (Eastern time)downlink frequency 3920 MH2V
Trouble Number: (864) 656-1081
Clemson Personnel Update:
Out-WR Kevin Youngblood, broken leg, out for season.
Out-LB Altroy Bodrick, torn ACL, out for season. Bodrick had surgery to repair the injury on Friday, September 7.
Probable-starting CB Kevin Johnson with a bruised shoulder. If he can't go, freshman Ryan Hemby will start in his place.
Rodney Thomas will start in place of Braxton K. Williams at the strongside linebacker.
Akil Smith will start at left tackle in place of Derrick Brantley.
Both changes are coaches decision and not related to injury.
Color and Pageantry:
Former Clemson golf All-American John Engler will receive the Dr. R.C. Edwards Sportsmanship Award prior to Saturday's game.
It is a department wide annual award that will be
presented to Engler for his sportsmanship demonstrated during the 2001-02 academic year. Clemson's ACC Championship men's indoor and
outdoor track teams will also be honored during pregame activities.
Clemson center Kyle Young was named to the preseason lists for the Dave Rimington and Outland Trophy this week. The
Rimington Award goes to the top center in the nation, while the Outland goes to the top interior lineman, offensive or defensive.
Earlier, Young was named to the preseason list for the Lombardi Award.
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