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A Defensive Breakdown
Position-by-position analysis headed into 2004.

Clemson has always been known as a football program that has a great defensive tradition. From the early days of Danny Ford to the present day Tommy Bowden era, it's always been the defense that seemingly sets the tone for year.

Need proof?

LeRoy Hill

Q&A with Courtney Vincent
One of the most passionate fans about Clemson arrives to play football this fall.

Vincent will come to Clemson this fall from Allendale-Fairfax High School, where he was named as an All-State linebacker in each of the last two seasons. His stats were admirable, and his performance on the field was always impressive.

However, when you take a closer look at the numbers, you'll realize a couple of things.

Courtney Vincent

Insider's Guide to College Station
Heading to the Clemson - Texas A&M game?

Clemson will travel to College Station, Texas on Saturday September 18th, offering Tiger fans the opportunity to discover the unique traditions at Texas A&M University. With that in mind, I decided to make your trip a little easier by giving you everything you need to know College Station, the 12th man, and all of the traditions that surround one of America's most storied programs.

The 12th Man

Finish What You Start
Former Clemson DB Robert O'Neal reflects on his days in Tiger Town.

"We'd look at films on Sundays, and on some plays there would be literally eleven tacklers around the ball carrier," said O'Neal. "Our aggressiveness and the way we swarmed people – we had the mentality that we were going to hurt some folks no matter who we were up against."

Robert O'Neal

Omaha or Bust!
Jack Leggett makes no secret about his goals for Clemson baseball.

Leggett is the type of person who, above all, hates to lose and even worse, despises those who accept it. The word "rebuild" is not part of his vocabulary. "It's not. We're not rebuilding anything." Leggett said. "We're reloading, repositioning, just trying to get ourselves in the right position all the time.

Lou Santangelo

The Role of the Media
An in-depth look at role of the media in South Carolina.

Lou Holtz's jokes have run stale and the direction of the program is being questioned for the first time since the legend himself came to Columbia. There has also been a public questioning of Holtz's mental makeup after he embarrassed his son by taking away his offensive coordinator duties.

Trouble in Columbia?

Palmetto State Prospects
A look at the top players in South Carolina in 2004.

The state of South Carolina will be home to some of the top college football prospects in the nation once again this fall. From wide receivers to running backs, 2004 represents a year that will see an unparalleled amount of skill position players being recruited to play in the Division I-A ranks.

Travil Jamison

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

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