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Big Man On Campus
Airese Currie has taken his game to a new level in 2003.

In our feature article for October, we go in-depth with the Tigers' new big man on campus. "The main thing I've done is just come out and work hard and push myself through every play in practice," said the star wide-out.

Airese Currie

Tiger For Life
Levon Kirkland goes one-on-one with CUTigers.

"Clemson took a chance on me, when I wasn't anything special," said Kirkland. "I felt that I owed it to them to come back for my senior year. I was six-foot, 190 pounds when I was a senior in high school. Not too many schools wanted to give me a scholarship. I probably got the last scholarship that Clemson had available that year."

Levon Kirkland

A Changing Tradition: Tigerama
Some changes are in store for Clemson's big pep rally this year.

"We found that folks really loved the skits and people liked the emcee's. But there was a great deal of time between skits to allow everything to get set up. In hindsight, we think people got a little bored in between sets and that may have turned some folks off."

The Rally Cats

Our Favorite Coaches
An in-depth look at our favorite all-time Clemson coaches.

Former head football coach and athletic director Frank Howard will forever be linked with Clemson athletics as one of the top coaches to ever roam the sidelines in Tiger Town. After all, what else can you say about a person that seemingly lived every day of their life supporting Clemson?

Frank Howard

Q&A with Brandon Croley
Clemson verbal commitment answers 25 of our toughest questions.

"Basically I want to prove to everybody in Florida that I'm the #1 player in the state at my position," said Croley. "I want to lead the city in interceptions. I want to leave on a good note."

Dabo Swinney

What's in Store For 2003?
An early look at Oliver Purnell and Tiger basketball.

Clemson fans don't expect ACC Championships every year, but they do expect to see a competitive team that has the opportunity to compete in the NCAA tournament. Whether Purnell can make that a reality remains to be seen in the next few years, but most basketball insiders feel he can achieve that goal.

Oliver Purnell

Going Out a Winner
J.J. and Marcus Howard talk about an interesting year.

"Everybody on the team knows how I feel about winning and how I play football. I try to lead more by example. I try to make big plays and get to the quarterback and give it my all on every play. This is my last go around, and I intend to go out as a winner. I will go out as a winner."

J.J Howard


Plus, pictures you just won't find anywhere else!

Plus, a detailed look at the 15 biggest names on the planet looking hard at Clemson for the 2003 class.

And, a national view of football and basketball recruiting from Jamie Newberg and Dave Telep will appear in each issue.

Finally...Don't miss the CUTigers.com Post of the Month, served up from 1991TigerGrad!

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