Tigers Set to Battle Texas A&M

A look at all the news and notes headed into Saturday's game against Texas A&M.

Tigers 9-1 Week after Close Loss Under Bowden
Clemson will travel to College Station, TX this Saturday coming off a last-second four-point loss (28-24) to Georgia Tech on September 11. The Yellow Jackets scored on an 11-yard touchdown pass from Reggie Ball to first-year freshman Calvin Johnson with 11 seconds to play to defeat the Tigers.

But, Tommy Bowden has had success bringing his team back from a difficult defeat. In his Clemson career he is 9-1 the game following a loss by seven points or less. That includes five wins in a row in this situation. The only loss took place in 2000 when Clemson lost to Georgia Tech 31-28 (on a touchdown with seven seconds left), then lost at Florida State the next week. The victories the following week have been decisive as eight of the nine have been by at least eight points and the average victory margin of those nine comeback wins has been 13 points per game.

The success in this area dates to Bowden's first two games as Clemson coach. In his first game, the Tigers lost to Marshall 13-10, then defeated a top 20 Virginia team the next week 33-14.

The Tigers were in a similar situation to this week in 2001 when Clemson lost to Virginia at Death Valley 26-24 on a touchdown pass with two seconds remaining. The following week Woody Dantzler scored on a walk-off touchdown run in overtime to give Clemson a 47-44 victory at Georgia Tech, who was ranked ninth in the nation going into the game. It is the highest ranked team Clemson has beaten on the road since 1981.

Last year Clemson lost at NC State 17-15, then defeated North Carolina the following week 36-28.

Clemson Under Tommy Bowden,
Week after Loss by TD or Less
Year Close Loss Next Game
1999 Marshall, 10-13 W Virginia, 33-14
  at NC State, 31-35 W at Maryland, 42-30
  Florida State, 14-17 W at Wake Forest, 12-3
  At Georgia Tech, 42-45 W at South Carolina, 31-21
2000 Georgia Tech, 28-31 L at Florida State, 7-54
2001 Virginia, 24-26 W at Georgia Tech, 47-44
  at South Carolina, 15-20 W Duke, 59-31
2002 at Georgia, 28-31 W Louisiana Tech, 33-13
  at Virginia, 17-22 W Wake Forest, 31-23
2003 at NC State, 15-17 W N. Carolina, 36-28

Clemson 5-5 in Lone Star State
This will be Clemson's 11th trip to the Lone Star State for a college football game. The Tigers are 5-5 in their previous 10 appearances. This will be Clemson's first game in the state of Texas since the last time the Tigers played Texas A&M. The Tigers lost that 1974 contest by a 24-0 score in College Station.

Clemson has not won a football game in the state of Texas since it defeated TCU in the 1959 Bluebonnet Bowl by a 23-7 score. TCU was ranked seventh in the nation heading into that game. TCU featured future Dallas Cowboys All-Pro lineman Bob Lilly. Until last year's Clemson win over sixth-ranked Tennessee, that win over TCU was the second highest ranked team Clemson had beaten in a bowl game.

Clemson has played seven of its 10 games in Texas in the city of Houston. Clemson was 3-3 against Rice and 1-0 against TCU. The games with Rice were scheduled because former Clemson coach Jess Neely went on to become the head coach at Rice.

Neely was the head coach at Clemson the first time the Tigers played a game in Texas, as he took Clemson to the 1940 Cotton Bowl (end of the 1939 season). Clemson defeated Boston College and head coach Frank Leahy 6-3 behind Banks McFadden in that victory in Dallas.

Clemson in the State of Texas (5-5)
Year City W L Score Opponent
1939 #Dallas W   6-3 Boston College
1949 Houston   L 7-33 Rice
1951 Houston W   20-14 Rice
1955 Houston   L 7-21 Rice
1957 Houston W   20-7 Rice
1959 Houston W   19-0 Rice
  !Houston W   23-7 TCU
1964 Fort Worth   L 10-14 TCU
1972 Houston   L 10-29 Rice
1974 College Station   L 0-24 Texas A&M

Clemson and Texas A&M Connections
There aren't many connections between Clemson and Texas A&M, but here are a few:

Curley Hallman, the secondary coach on Clemson's 1981 national championship team is a 1969 graduate of Texas A&M who lettered for the Aggies from 1966-68.

Jerry Arp, Clemson's sports promotions direction from 1971-79, left Clemson in the summer of 1979 to become the promotions director at Texas A&M. In June of 1980, as he was just leaving College Station to go to Houston to edit a football recruiting film for the Aggies, he was killed in an automobile accident when a truck drive ran a stop sign. The accident was just a few miles from Kyle Field. He is buried in Hendersonville, NC and his headstone has a Tiger Paw and an Aggies logo on it.

Dabo Swinney, Clemson's wide receivers coach, has never been to Kyle Field. He was a red-shirt at Alabama in 1988 and did not make the trip, but he did play for Gene Stallings at Alabama from 1990-92. Stallings is a Texas A&M graduate and former head coach who was one of the famed Junction Boys under Bear Bryant.

Carl Torbush was the head coach at North Carolina from 1998-2000 and had a 1-2 record against the Tigers. The current Aggies defensive coordinator coached in Death Valley against Clemson once and the Tigers came away with a31-20 victory. His offensive coordinator at North Carolina in 2000 was current Clemson offensive coordinator Mike O'Cain. O'Cain also coached against Torbush when he was the head coach at NC State in 1998 and 1999.

Bowden, Assistants Have Been to College Station
Since Clemson has not played at Texas A&M since 1974, none of the current Tiger players were even born when Clemson last played at Kyle Field. However, head coach Tommy Bowden and two of his assistants have coached against Texas A&M in the facility, and another has played against the Aggies at Kyle Field.

Bowden coached against Texas A&M as an assistant under Bill Curry at Alabama in 1988. It was the season finale for both teams as the game had been moved from early in the season due to a Hurricane. Alabama won the contest by a 30-10 score in what was the last game for Jackie Sherrill at Texas A&M.

Clemson defensive line coach Ron West has coached against Texas A&M for three different schools at Kyle Field. The 1979 Clemson graduate was on the staff at Texas Tech when the Red Raiders won at Kyle Field in 1982 and 1984. That victory in 1982 was special for West because his son Brad, now a linebacker at Appalachian State, was born that day. He also coached for Louisiana-Lafayette in 1990 and 1991 and for Baylor in 1994 against the Aggies at Kyle Field. West's teams lost all three games.

Assistant coach Thielen Smith coached for LSU against Texas A&M in 1991 at Kyle Field, a game the Aggies won.

Clemson vs. Texas A&M Series
Texas A&M holds a 2-0 advantage in the series against Clemson. The two teams have not played since 1974 when the Aggies defeated Clemson 24-0 in College Station. The other game in the series took place at Clemson in 1973, a game Texas A&M won 30-15.

Texas A&M 30, Clemson 15
October 6, 1973 at Clemson Memorial Stadium, Clemson, SC
Bubba Bean rushed for 204 yards on 22 attempts to lead the Aggies. The 204 rushing yards are still the second highest rushing figure against Clemson in Death Valley. His day included a 78-yard run, the seventh longest opponent run in Clemson football history, tied for the third longest against Clemson in Death Valley. He was a big reason Texas A&M had 385 yards rushing in 63 attempts that day.

One of the highlights of the game for Clemson was an 81-yard punt by Mitch Tyner, still the longest punt in Clemson history by three yards. The punt took place on Clemson's first possession of the game and went from the Clemson 19 into the end zone. He later had a 55-yard punt in the first period and ended the day with a 45-yard average on eight boots Bennie Cunningham, Clemson's All-America tight end who later went on to play for the Super Bowl Champion Pittsburgh Steelers, had a 16-yard touchdown catch from Ken Pengitore to give Clemson a 6-0 lead in the 1973 game. But, Clemson would have just three more completions the rest of the day and Pengitore finished 4-18 through the air. The Tigers had 183 yards rushing and 59 yards passing in the 1973 game. Both Clemson and Texas A&M finished the year 5-6.

Texas A&M 24, Clemson 0
September 14, 1974 at Kyle Field
Mike O'Cain, Clemson's current offensive coordinator started at quarterback for the Tigers this day, one of three Clemson quarterbacks to see action against an outstanding Texas A&M defense that was led by All-American Ed Simonini. All four starters in the Texas A&M secondary went on to the NFL. Rickey Bustle, now the head coach at Louisiana-Lafayette, was one of the starting ends for Clemson in this game who had to battle that secondary.

Cunningham was Clemson's top receiver with 3-41, including a 25-yarder. Ken Callicutt was Clemson's top rusher with 64 yards on 16 carries.

Once again it was the Texas A&M Wishbone rushing attack that was the difference as Emory Bellard's team rushed for 434 yards, still the sixth highest opponent total in Clemson history and the seventh highest total in Texas A&M history. Bean had 18-182, giving him 40 carries for 386 in two games against Clemson, a 9.65 average.

Texas A&M was ranked 20th in the AP poll entering the game and finished the year with a #16 final ranking and an 8-3 season. Clemson would lose its next game, then win seven of its last nine, including wins over Georgia and Georgia Tech to finish 7-4. Despite the fine records for both teams, this was an era where there were only 15 bowl games and neither team advanced to the postseason.

Bring a Pillow
Clemson's games so far in 2004 have lasted nearly four hours. The double overtime victory against Wake Forest took 3:58, and the Georgia Tech game took 3:48. The Wake Forest game ranks as the second longest in Clemson history in terms of clock time and the longest in terms of overtime periods. Clemson's three previous overtime games were just one period.

The longest game in Clemson history was the victory over Tennessee in the 2004 Peach Bowl, a game that last four hours and five minutes. Of course there was a 27-minute halftime that contributed to the record length. There was a Maryland game that took 3:50 in 1992 in College Park. Those are the only games longer than last Saturday's night's game with Georgia Tech that took 3:48.

Thus, three of the four longest games in Clemson history have been Clemson's last three games.

Clemson's Longest Games in terms of Real Time

Season Opponent Score Time
2003 #Tennessee 27-14 4:05
2004 Wake Forest (2OT) 37-30 3:58
1992 at Maryland 23-53 3:50
2004 Georgia Tech 24-28 3:48
1999 at NC State 31-35 3:45
2002 at Duke 34-31 3:45
1997 Florida State 28-35 3:44
2001 at NC State 45-37 3:43
2001 $Louisiana Tech 49-24 3:43
1998 NC State 39-46 3:42

Currie in Top 15 in Four Categories
If Reggie Jackson was known as Mr. October then Clemson wide receiver Airese Currie could be known as Mr. September. For the second year in a row the Clemson senior is off to a great start. A year ago, Currie had 26 receptions for 339 yards and three touchdowns before the end of that month. He then suffered some injuries and had just 17 catches the rest of the season.

So far this year, Currie has 15 catches for 232 yards and a touchdown. Currie ranks 11th in the nation in receptions per game with a 7.5 figure and is 12th in reception yards per game at 116.0. Currie had nine catches for 152 yards in the season opener against Wake Forest. The 152 receiving yards in that game rank in a tie for sixth best in school history.

In addition to his receiving accomplishments, Currie has been outstanding in terms of kickoff returns, averaging 37.3 yards per return, fifth best in the nation. He has 172.5 all-purpose yards per game, 15th best in the nation. Thus Currie enters the Texas A&M game ranked in the top 15 in the nation in four statistical categories. He leads the ACC in three areas, receptions per game, reception yards per game and all-purpose running.

Currie's strong start has him closing in on 100 career receptions and 1500 yards. Entering this weekend he has 92 catches for 1394 yards and nine touchdowns. When he reaches the 100 receptions mark he will become just the 11th Tiger in history to do so. When he reaches 1500 reception yards he will also be the 11th Tiger to reach that plateau. Entering Saturday's game he stands tied for 13th in receptions with Terrance Roulhac and is 13th in reception yards.

Grant Posts Career Day vs. Georgia Tech
Kelvin Grant made a strong improvement in terms of receptions and yardage in the Georgia Tech game. The red-shirt sophomore had six catches for 80 yards and now ranks third on the team in receptions with 7-94 for the season. His 6-80 day against Georgia Tech established a career high in both areas.

Grant had just one catch for 14 yards statistically in the opening win over Wake Forest, but he had one of the top plays of the day when he caught a two-point conversion pass from Charlie Whitehurst with just 1:48 left in the game to tie the score with Wake Forest at 28-28. NCAA Stats don't count receptions on extra point plays, he only gets credit for two points scored. Clemson then won the game in overtime. Grant's catch was a nominee on ESPN's weekly "Game Changing Moment". He finished second that week in the voting on ESPN's website.

Leroy Hill Continues All-America Pace
Leroy Hill had an All-America quality 2003 season when he had 145 tackles, including 27 tackles for loss, second in the nation. He has picked up where he left off with 23 tackles over the first two games, including five behind the line of scrimmage, three of which have been sacks. That is an average of 11.5 tackles, 2.5 tackles for loss per game and 1.5 sacks per game. In 2003 he averaged 11.1 tackles per game, 2.08 tackles for loss per game and 0.6 sacks per game. In other words, he is playing at an even higher level than last season.

For his career, Hill now has 228 tackles, 34 tackles for loss and 11 quarterback sacks. He has done this even though he has started just 15 games in his Clemson career. Over his first two years, he played just 182 snaps from scrimmage.

Hill on Three Lists
Clemson linebacker LeRoy Hill and NC State linebacker Pat Thomas are the only common denominators on the preseason lists for the Butkus Award, the Lombardi Award and the Nagurski Award. There are 16 players nationally who are on all three lists.

The 16 Players on Butkus, Lombardi and Nagurski Preseason Lists
Brian Atkinson, Northern Illinois
Andy Avalos, Boise State
Michael Broley, Southern Miss
Nick Bunting, Tulsa
Channing Crowder, Florida
Will Derting, Washington State
Spencer Havner, UCLA
Leroy Hill, Clemson
Derrick Johnson, Texas
James Kinney, Missouri
Kirk Morrison, San Diego State
Robert Rodriquez, UTEP
Pat Thomas, NC State
Rian Wallace, Temple
Zac Woodfin, UAB
Pierre Woods, Michigan

Dukes Paces Tigers in Knockdown Blocks
Clemson sophomore tackle Marion Dukes had the best game of his young career against Georgia Tech when he had 13 knockdown blocks over 75 plays. It was the most knockdown blocks on the young season for any Clemson player. For the season, Dukes leads the team in that category with 17, four more than starting center Tommy Sharpe. Shape has the top overall grade so far among linemen at 89 percent for the two games. Third on the team in knockdown blocks is wide receiver Chansi Stuckey, who has 12.5.

First Two Games Have Been Thrillers
Clemson's opening two games of the season have been thrillers, a 37-30 overtime victory against Wake Forest, and a 28-24 loss to Georgia Tech. Tech scored the winning touchdown with just 11 seconds left.

This is the first time since 1986 that each of the first two games of the season have been decided by seven points or less, never mind being decided within the last minute of the game. In 1986, Clemson lost to Virginia Tech in the opener, 20-14, then defeated Georgia in Athens 31-28 on a 46-yard field goal by David Treadwell on the last play of the game.

Overall, this is just the 12th time in Clemson history the first two games have been decided by a touchdown or less. A close game at Texas A&M would create a first because Clemson has never had the first three games of the year decided by seven points or less. The 1958 season came close, as the Tigers beat Virginia in the opener by 20-15, then stopped North Carolina 26-21 before defeating Maryland 8-0 in the third game of the year.

Clemson actually won the fourth game that year 12-7, giving Frank Howard's team four wins by eight points or less to open the season. That team won six games by eight or less on the way to an 8-3 record and#12 final ranking in the AP poll. The only loss that year by eight points or less was to #1 ranked LSU by a 7-0 score in Clemson's only Sugar Bowl appearance in history.

You can see by the following Chart that the first two games have been close in many areas:

Stat Comparison First Two Games of the Season

Category Clemson Opponent
Points 61 58
Touchdowns 7 7
Field Goals 3 3
Total Offense/G 416 386.5
Yards/Pass Attempt 6.70 6.67
Punting Average 39.6 40.3
First Downs 42 44
Penalties 15 18

Whitehurst Leads ACC in Passing Yards
Clemson quarterback Charlie Whitehurst leads the ACC in passing yardage and total offense per game in the young season. The Clemson junior is 40-83 for 563 yards and three touchdowns. He has averaged a league best 281.5 yards per game and has 295.0 yards per game in total offense, also the best in the conference.

Whitehurst threw for 275 yards in Clemson's loss to Georgia Tech after recording 288 in the opener against Wake Forest. Whitehurst has been very consistent over his career as a starter in terms of passing yardage. He has now thrown for at least 246 yards in eight straight games, a school record for consecutive 200-yard games, never mind reaching the 246-yard mark. He has thrown for at least 246 yards in 17 of his 20 games as a starter. The only times he failed to reach at least 246 yards passing as a starter took place against Maryland in 2002, and against Georgia and NC State in 2003.

Whitehurst is now 13-7 as a starter in his Clemson career, 8-3 at home, 4-3 on the road and 1-1 at neutral site. It is interesting to note that his passing stats are better on the road than at home over his career. For his seven road starts heading into Saturday, Whitehurst has an efficiency rating of 146.9, far ahead of his 128.3 figure for games in Death Valley. He has a 17/6 touchdown/ interception ratio on the road and is 16-12 at home. Whitehurst has thrown for an average of 310.7 yards per game on the road over his career and just 275 per game at home.

Whitehurst Moving up Career Marks
Clemson quarterback Charlie Whitehurst needs just 10 completions and 360 passing yards to become Clemson's career leader in both categories. The junior from Duluth, GA now has 451 completions in 762 attempts for 5678 yards and 34 touchdowns in his Clemson career that has spanned just 24 games and 20 starts. Whitehurst is currently in third place on Clemson's all-time completions list with his 451 total, trailing only Nealon Greene (458) and Woody Dantzler (460). In yardage, Whitehurst's 5678 trails only Greene (5719) and Dantzler (6037).

Whitehurst owns 32 Clemson records. He had the mark for passing efficiency entering this season, but his 130.46 career figure through two games is now third. Dantzler has the record at 132.46, so another good game or two should move Whitehurst back to the top. He still has the record for completion percentage at 59.2, ahead of Dantzler's 57.8. Whitehurst is fourth in school history in terms of total offense with 5734, trailing only Dantzler (8798), Greene (6786) and Steve Fuller (6096).

Merriweather, Browning Gain Long Runs
Tommy Bowden has been looking for a breakaway running back since he became the Clemson coach in 1999. In his first three years, Travis Zachery was the leader and had 1027 yards in 2000. Zachery went on to become Clemson's career leader in all-purpose yardage, a record that was broken by Derrick Hamilton in 2003. But Zachery's longest career run was just 52 yards.

Entering Saturday's game with Georgia Tech, a Clemson running back had just three runs of 50 yards or more under Tommy Bowden, two 52-yard runs by Zachery, and a 50-yard run by Duane Coleman last year against North Carolina. Coleman suffered a broken foot in the preseason (August 10) and has not played yet this year. In the first game of this year, Clemson's longest run by a running back was just 12 yards.

But, that changed on Saturday against Georgia Tech when running backs Reggie Merriweather and Kyle Browning both had runs of 54 yards or more. Merriweather had a 62-yard run with 8:19 left, then Browning had a 54-yard run with 3:18 remaining. So, Bowden went over five years without a run of more than 52 yards by a running back, then had two five minutes apart. Merriweather's run was the longest by a Clemson running back since the final game of the 1996 season when Raymond Priester had a 65-yard touchdown run against South Carolina in Death Valley.

Browning and Merriweather combined for 170 yards in just 13 carries, a 13.1 average. In case you were wondering, neither were close to the yards per rush record for a game. That mark is 30.4, held by Ken Moore against The Citadel in 1954. Moore had five rushes for 152 yards in that Clemson victory 50 seasons ago.

Tigers from Texas
Clemson has just one player on its roster from the state of Texas. Clint LaTray, a red-shirt freshman center, is a graduate of Allen, TX and Allen High School. He is listed as Clemson's third string center and is yet to play in a game for the Tigers. He was a first-team all-district and third team all-state selection out of high school who played for a district championship team under coach Joe Martin. LaTray, who will celebrate his 20th birthday just six days after the Texas A&M game, chose Clemson over Baylor, Kansas, SMU and TCU.

Clemson does not recruit the Texas area with regularity, but two recent players from the state stand out. John Leake, one of the senior leaders of the 2003 Clemson team, was from Plano East High School in Plano, TX. He ranks fifth in Clemson history in career tackles with 443. He was Clemson's defensive MVP of the 2002 Tangerine Bowl game against Texas Tech and was a two-time honorable mention All-ACC choice.

Darnell Stephens played for the Tigers from 1991-94 as a defensive back and defensive end. The native of San Antonio, TX played in 44 games as a Tiger, including 25 as a starter. He led all ACC linebackers in sacks in 1994 when he had 8.5. As a freshman in 1991 he was a freshman All-American and had 29 punt returns for 362 yards. He had an 89-yard punt return for a touchdown against Maryland in 1991 at Death Valley in a game that clinched the ACC championship for the Tigers. That is still the third longest punt return for a touchdown in Clemson history.

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Clemson will travel to College Station, TX this Saturday coming off a last-second four-point loss (28-24) to Georgia Tech on September 11. The Yellow Jackets scored on an 11-yard touchdown pass from Reggie Ball to first-year freshman Calvin Johnson with 11 seconds to play to defeat the Tigers.

But, Tommy Bowden has had success bringing his team back from a difficult defeat. In his Clemson career he is 9-1 the game following a loss by seven points or less. That includes five wins in a row in this situation. The only loss took place in 2000 when Clemson lost to Georgia Tech 31-28 (on a touchdown with seven seconds left), then lost at Florida State the next week. The victories the following week have been decisive as eight of the nine have been by at least eight points and the average victory margin of those nine comeback wins has been 13 points per game.

The success in this area dates to Bowden's first two games as Clemson coach. In his first game, the Tigers lost to Marshall 13-10, then defeated a top 20 Virginia team the next week 33-14.

The Tigers were in a similar situation to this week in 2001 when Clemson lost to Virginia at Death Valley 26-24 on a touchdown pass with two seconds remaining. The following week Woody Dantzler scored on a walk-off touchdown run in overtime to give Clemson a 47-44 victory at Georgia Tech, who was ranked ninth in the nation going into the game. It is the highest ranked team Clemson has beaten on the road since 1981.

Last year Clemson lost at NC State 17-15, then defeated North Carolina the following week 36-28.



This will be Clemson's 11th trip to the Lone Star State for a college football game. The Tigers are 5-5 in their previous 10 appearances. This will be Clemson's first game in the state of Texas since the last time the Tigers played Texas A&M. The Tigers lost that 1974 contest by a 24-0 score in College Station.

Clemson has not won a football game in the state of Texas since it defeated TCU in the 1959 Bluebonnet Bowl by a 23-7 score. TCU was ranked seventh in the nation heading into that game. TCU featured future Dallas Cowboys All-Pro lineman Bob Lilly. Until last year's Clemson win over sixth-ranked Tennessee, that win over TCU was the second highest ranked team Clemson had beaten in a bowl game.

Clemson has played seven of its 10 games in Texas in the city of Houston. Clemson was 3-3 against Rice and 1-0 against TCU. The games with Rice were scheduled because former Clemson coach Jess Neely went on to become the head coach at Rice.

Neely was the head coach at Clemson the first time the Tigers played a game in Texas, as he took Clemson to the 1940 Cotton Bowl (end of the 1939 season). Clemson defeated Boston College and head coach Frank Leahy 6-3 behind Banks McFadden in that victory in Dallas.



There aren't many connections between Clemson and Texas A&M, but here are a few:

Curley Hallman, the secondary coach on Clemson's 1981 national championship team is a 1969 graduate of Texas A&M who lettered for the Aggies from 1966-68.

Jerry Arp, Clemson's sports promotions direction from 1971-79, left Clemson in the summer of 1979 to become the promotions director at Texas A&M. In June of 1980, as he was just leaving College Station to go to Houston to edit a football recruiting film for the Aggies, he was killed in an automobile accident when a truck drive ran a stop sign. The accident was just a few miles from Kyle Field. He is buried in Hendersonville, NC and his headstone has a Tiger Paw and an Aggies logo on it.

Dabo Swinney, Clemson's wide receivers coach, has never been to Kyle Field. He was a red-shirt at Alabama in 1988 and did not make the trip, but he did play for Gene Stallings at Alabama from 1990-92. Stallings is a Texas A&M graduate and former head coach who was one of the famed Junction Boys under Bear Bryant.

Carl Torbush was the head coach at North Carolina from 1998-2000 and had a 1-2 record against the Tigers. The current Aggies defensive coordinator coached in Death Valley against Clemson once and the Tigers came away with a31-20 victory. His offensive coordinator at North Carolina in 2000 was current Clemson offensive coordinator Mike O'Cain. O'Cain also coached against Torbush when he was the head coach at NC State in 1998 and 1999.


Since Clemson has not played at Texas A&M since 1974, none of the current Tiger players were even born when Clemson last played at Kyle Field. However, head coach Tommy Bowden and two of his assistants have coached against Texas A&M in the facility, and another has played against the Aggies at Kyle Field.

Bowden coached against Texas A&M as an assistant under Bill Curry at Alabama in 1988. It was the season finale for both teams as the game had been moved from early in the season due to a Hurricane. Alabama won the contest by a 30-10 score in what was the last game for Jackie Sherrill at Texas A&M.

Clemson defensive line coach Ron West has coached against Texas A&M for three different schools at Kyle Field. The 1979 Clemson graduate was on the staff at Texas Tech when the Red Raiders won at Kyle Field in 1982 and 1984. That victory in 1982 was special for West because his son Brad, now a linebacker at Appalachian State, was born that day. He also coached for Louisiana-Lafayette in 1990 and 1991 and for Baylor in 1994 against the Aggies at Kyle Field. West's teams lost all three games.

Assistant coach Thielen Smith coached for LSU against Texas A&M in 1991 at Kyle Field, a game the Aggies won.


Texas A&M holds a 2-0 advantage in the series against Clemson. The two teams have not played since 1974 when the Aggies defeated Clemson 24-0 in College Station. The other game in the series took place at Clemson in 1973, a game Texas A&M won 30-15.



Bubba Bean rushed for 204 yards on 22 attempts to lead the Aggies. The 204 rushing yards are still the second highest rushing figure against Clemson in Death Valley. His day included a 78-yard run, the seventh longest opponent run in Clemson football history, tied for the third longest against Clemson in Death Valley. He was a big reason Texas A&M had 385 yards rushing in 63 attempts that day.

One of the highlights of the game for Clemson was an 81-yard punt by Mitch Tyner, still the longest punt in Clemson history by three yards. The punt took place on Clemson's first possession of the game and went from the Clemson 19 into the end zone. He later had a 55-yard punt in the first period and ended the day with a 45-yard average on eight boots Bennie Cunningham, Clemson's All-America tight end who later went on to play for the Super Bowl Champion Pittsburgh Steelers, had a 16-yard touchdown catch from Ken Pengitore to give Clemson a 6-0 lead in the 1973 game. But, Clemson would have just three more completions the rest of the day and Pengitore finished 4-18 through the air. The Tigers had 183 yards rushing and 59 yards passing in the 1973 game. Both Clemson and Texas A&M finished the year 5-6.



Mike O'Cain, Clemson's current offensive coordinator started at quarterback for the Tigers this day, one of three Clemson quarterbacks to see action against an outstanding Texas A&M defense that was led by All-American Ed Simonini. All four starters in the Texas A&M secondary went on to the NFL. Rickey Bustle, now the head coach at Louisiana-Lafayette, was one of the starting ends for Clemson in this game who had to battle that secondary.

Cunningham was Clemson's top receiver with 3-41, including a 25-yarder. Ken Callicutt was Clemson's top rusher with 64 yards on 16 carries.

Once again it was the Texas A&M Wishbone rushing attack that was the difference as Emory Bellard's team rushed for 434 yards, still the sixth highest opponent total in Clemson history and the seventh highest total in Texas A&M history. Bean had 18-182, giving him 40 carries for 386 in two games against Clemson, a 9.65 average.

Texas A&M was ranked 20th in the AP poll entering the game and finished the year with a #16 final ranking and an 8-3 season. Clemson would lose its next game, then win seven of its last nine, including wins over Georgia and Georgia Tech to finish 7-4. Despite the fine records for both teams, this was an era where there were only 15 bowl games and neither team advanced to the postseason.


Clemson's games so far in 2004 have lasted nearly four hours. The double overtime victory against Wake Forest took 3:58, and the Georgia Tech game took 3:48. The Wake Forest game ranks as the second longest in Clemson history in terms of clock time and the longest in terms of overtime periods. Clemson's three previous overtime games were just one period.

The longest game in Clemson history was the victory over Tennessee in the 2004 Peach Bowl, a game that last four hours and five minutes. Of course there was a 27-minute halftime that contributed to the record length. There was a Maryland game that took 3:50 in 1992 in College Park. Those are the only games longer than last Saturday's night's game with Georgia Tech that took 3:48.

Thus, three of the four longest games in Clemson history have been Clemson's last three games.



If Reggie Jackson was known as Mr. October then Clemson wide receiver Airese Currie could be known as Mr. September. For the second year in a row the Clemson senior is off to a great start. A year ago, Currie had 26 receptions for 339 yards and three touchdowns before the end of that month. He then suffered some injuries and had just 17 catches the rest of the season.

So far this year, Currie has 15 catches for 232 yards and a touchdown. Currie ranks 11th in the nation in receptions per game with a 7.5 figure and is 12th in reception yards per game at 116.0. Currie had nine catches for 152 yards in the season opener against Wake Forest. The 152 receiving yards in that game rank in a tie for sixth best in school history.

In addition to his receiving accomplishments, Currie has been outstanding in terms of kickoff returns, averaging 37.3 yards per return, fifth best in the nation. He has 172.5 all-purpose yards per game, 15th best in the nation. Thus Currie enters the Texas A&M game ranked in the top 15 in the nation in four statistical categories. He leads the ACC in three areas, receptions per game, reception yards per game and all-purpose running.

Currie's strong start has him closing in on 100 career receptions and 1500 yards. Entering this weekend he has 92 catches for 1394 yards and nine touchdowns. When he reaches the 100 receptions mark he will become just the 11th Tiger in history to do so. When he reaches 1500 reception yards he will also be the 11th Tiger to reach that plateau. Entering Saturday's game he stands tied for 13th in receptions with Terrance Roulhac and is 13th in reception yards.


Kelvin Grant made a strong improvement in terms of receptions and yardage in the Georgia Tech game. The red-shirt sophomore had six catches for 80 yards and now ranks third on the team in receptions with 7-94 for the season. His 6-80 day against Georgia Tech established a career high in both areas.

Grant had just one catch for 14 yards statistically in the opening win over Wake Forest, but he had one of the top plays of the day when he caught a two-point conversion pass from Charlie Whitehurst with just 1:48 left in the game to tie the score with Wake Forest at 28-28. NCAA Stats don't count receptions on extra point plays, he only gets credit for two points scored. Clemson then won the game in overtime. Grant's catch was a nominee on ESPN's weekly \"Game Changing Moment\". He finished second that week in the voting on ESPN's website.


Leroy Hill had an All-America quality 2003 season when he had 145 tackles, including 27 tackles for loss, second in the nation. He has picked up where he left off with 23 tackles over the first two games, including five behind the line of scrimmage, three of which have been sacks. That is an average of 11.5 tackles, 2.5 tackles for loss per game and 1.5 sacks per game. In 2003 he averaged 11.1 tackles per game, 2.08 tackles for loss per game and 0.6 sacks per game. In other words, he is playing at an even higher level than last season.

For his career, Hill now has 228 tackles, 34 tackles for loss and 11 quarterback sacks. He has done this even though he has started just 15 games in his Clemson career. Over his first two years, he played just 182 snaps from scrimmage.


Clemson linebacker LeRoy Hill and NC State linebacker Pat Thomas are the only common denominators on the preseason lists for the Butkus Award, the Lombardi Award and the Nagurski Award. There are 16 players nationally who are on all three lists.

The 16 Players on Butkus, Lombardi and Nagurski Preseason Lists
Brian Atkinson, Northern Illinois
Andy Avalos, Boise State
Michael Broley, Southern Miss
Nick Bunting, Tulsa
Channing Crowder, Florida
Will Derting, Washington State
Spencer Havner, UCLA
Leroy Hill, Clemson
Derrick Johnson, Texas
James Kinney, Missouri
Kirk Morrison, San Diego State
Robert Rodriquez, UTEP
Pat Thomas, NC State
Rian Wallace, Temple
Zac Woodfin, UAB
Pierre Woods, Michigan


Clemson sophomore tackle Marion Dukes had the best game of his young career against Georgia Tech when he had 13 knockdown blocks over 75 plays. It was the most knockdown blocks on the young season for any Clemson player. For the season, Dukes leads the team in that category with 17, four more than starting center Tommy Sharpe. Shape has the top overall grade so far among linemen at 89 percent for the two games. Third on the team in knockdown blocks is wide receiver Chansi Stuckey, who has 12.5.


Clemson's opening two games of the season have been thrillers, a 37-30 overtime victory against Wake Forest, and a 28-24 loss to Georgia Tech. Tech scored the winning touchdown with just 11 seconds left.

This is the first time since 1986 that each of the first two games of the season have been decided by seven points or less, never mind being decided within the last minute of the game. In 1986, Clemson lost to Virginia Tech in the opener, 20-14, then defeated Georgia in Athens 31-28 on a 46-yard field goal by David Treadwell on the last play of the game.

Overall, this is just the 12th time in Clemson history the first two games have been decided by a touchdown or less. A close game at Texas A&M would create a first because Clemson has never had the first three games of the year decided by seven points or less. The 1958 season came close, as the Tigers beat Virginia in the opener by 20-15, then stopped North Carolina 26-21 before defeating Maryland 8-0 in the third game of the year.

Clemson actually won the fourth game that year 12-7, giving Frank Howard's team four wins by eight points or less to open the season. That team won six games by eight or less on the way to an 8-3 record and#12 final ranking in the AP poll. The only loss that year by eight points or less was to #1 ranked LSU by a 7-0 score in Clemson's only Sugar Bowl appearance in history.

You can see by the following Chart that the first two games have been close in many areas:



Clemson quarterback Charlie Whitehurst leads the ACC in passing yardage and total offense per game in the young season. The Clemson junior is 40-83 for 563 yards and three touchdowns. He has averaged a league best 281.5 yards per game and has 295.0 yards per game in total offense, also the best in the conference.

Whitehurst threw for 275 yards in Clemson's loss to Georgia Tech after recording 288 in the opener against Wake Forest. Whitehurst has been very consistent over his career as a starter in terms of passing yardage. He has now thrown for at least 246 yards in eight straight games, a school record for consecutive 200-yard games, never mind reaching the 246-yard mark. He has thrown for at least 246 yards in 17 of his 20 games as a starter. The only times he failed to reach at least 246 yards passing as a starter took place against Maryland in 2002, and against Georgia and NC State in 2003.

Whitehurst is now 13-7 as a starter in his Clemson career, 8-3 at home, 4-3 on the road and 1-1 at neutral site. It is interesting to note that his passing stats are better on the road than at home over his career. For his seven road starts heading into Saturday, Whitehurst has an efficiency rating of 146.9, far ahead of his 128.3 figure for games in Death Valley. He has a 17/6 touchdown/ interception ratio on the road and is 16-12 at home. Whitehurst has thrown for an average of 310.7 yards per game on the road over his career and just 275 per game at home.


Clemson quarterback Charlie Whitehurst needs just 10 completions and 360 passing yards to become Clemson's career leader in both categories. The junior from Duluth, GA now has 451 completions in 762 attempts for 5678 yards and 34 touchdowns in his Clemson career that has spanned just 24 games and 20 starts. Whitehurst is currently in third place on Clemson's all-time completions list with his 451 total, trailing only Nealon Greene (458) and Woody Dantzler (460). In yardage, Whitehurst's 5678 trails only Greene (5719) and Dantzler (6037).

Whitehurst owns 32 Clemson records. He had the mark for passing efficiency entering this season, but his 130.46 career figure through two games is now third. Dantzler has the record at 132.46, so another good game or two should move Whitehurst back to the top. He still has the record for completion percentage at 59.2, ahead of Dantzler's 57.8. Whitehurst is fourth in school history in terms of total offense with 5734, trailing only Dantzler (8798), Greene (6786) and Steve Fuller (6096).


Tommy Bowden has been looking for a breakaway running back since he became the Clemson coach in 1999. In his first three years, Travis Zachery was the leader and had 1027 yards in 2000. Zachery went on to become Clemson's career leader in all-purpose yardage, a record that was broken by Derrick Hamilton in 2003. But Zachery's longest career run was just 52 yards.

Entering Saturday's game with Georgia Tech, a Clemson running back had just three runs of 50 yards or more under Tommy Bowden, two 52-yard runs by Zachery, and a 50-yard run by Duane Coleman last year against North Carolina. Coleman suffered a broken foot in the preseason (August 10) and has not played yet this year. In the first game of this year, Clemson's longest run by a running back was just 12 yards.

But, that changed on Saturday against Georgia Tech when running backs Reggie Merriweather and Kyle Browning both had runs of 54 yards or more. Merriweather had a 62-yard run with 8:19 left, then Browning had a 54-yard run with 3:18 remaining. So, Bowden went over five years without a run of more than 52 yards by a running back, then had two five minutes apart. Merriweather's run was the longest by a Clemson running back since the final game of the 1996 season when Raymond Priester had a 65-yard touchdown run against South Carolina in Death Valley.

Browning and Merriweather combined for 170 yards in just 13 carries, a 13.1 average. In case you were wondering, neither were close to the yards per rush record for a game. That mark is 30.4, held by Ken Moore against The Citadel in 1954. Moore had five rushes for 152 yards in that Clemson victory 50 seasons ago.


Clemson has just one player on its roster from the state of Texas. Clint LaTray, a red-shirt freshman center, is a graduate of Allen, TX and Allen High School. He is listed as Clemson's third string center and is yet to play in a game for the Tigers. He was a first-team all-district and third team all-state selection out of high school who played for a district championship team under coach Joe Martin. LaTray, who will celebrate his 20th birthday just six days after the Texas A&M game, chose Clemson over Baylor, Kansas, SMU and TCU.

Clemson does not recruit the Texas area with regularity, but two recent players from the state stand out. John Leake, one of the senior leaders of the 2003 Clemson team, was from Plano East High School in Plano, TX. He ranks fifth in Clemson history in career tackles with 443. He was Clemson's defensive MVP of the 2002 Tangerine Bowl game against Texas Tech and was a two-time honorable mention All-ACC choice.

Darnell Stephens played for the Tigers from 1991-94 as a defensive back and defensive end. The native of San Antonio, TX played in 44 games as a Tiger, including 25 as a starter. He led all ACC linebackers in sacks in 1994 when he had 8.5. As a freshman in 1991 he was a freshman All-American and had 29 punt returns for 362 yards. He had an 89-yard punt return for a touchdown against Maryland in 1991 at Death Valley in a game that clinched the ACC championship for the Tigers. That is still the third longest punt return for a touchdown in Clemson history. 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