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The Place to Be
A new tradition is quickly gaining popularity at Doug Kingsmore Stadium.

Most times, it seems, great things are born from the most simplistic and humble beginnings. For the spectators that take in Clemson baseball games at Doug Kingsmore Stadium from center and right field, that's exactly how their traditions were created.

By Brett Jensen

Who Makes The Call?
With instant replay on the verge of becoming the rule rather than the exception, college football may never be quite the same.

It's been more than two years since Mike McGinnis officiated a Southeastern Conference game, but talk football with him long enough, and memories of southern sound and fury flow faster than the mighty Mississippi. Name a school. He'll tell a story.

By Mike Hodge

Diving 101
Coach Leslie Hasselbach leads the Tigers' diving teams to new heights.

Clemson head diving coach Leslie Hasselbach walks by the main football offices one summer afternoon. On her way to her own office, buried in the back of the Jervey Athletic Center, she bumps into a familiar face, Clemson head football coach Tommy Bowden.

By Roy Philpott

Down and Dirty
New defensive line coach Marion Hobby brings a unique, intense style to Clemson.

In only the short time of spring practice, new Clemson defensive line coach Marion Hobby has already developed a reputation with the players. "He's crazy," said one player with a sly grin. "He's wild," said yet another. "He gets all excited and if you do something wrong, he's right there in your face. He's really intense."

By Brett Jensen

Change is Good
A new offense means new responsibilities for Clemson's wide receivers.

The handcuffs were off and it was time to have some fun, even if it was just practice. That's the way the Clemson offense, and especially the wide receivers, viewed Rob Spence and new style of play during spring drills, which concluded with the annual Orange and White game on April 16.

By Will Vandervort

Looking Ahead
The Tigers will feature a smaller, but talented line up in 2005.

Oliver Purnell isn't the kind of coach who gets surprised. He knows his players well both on and off the court. But the second year Clemson head coach admitted that his 2004-05 squad surprised him all the time.

By Will Vandervort

25 Questions with Sadat Chambers
Clemson signee Sadat Chambers will bring his hard-hitting style to Death Valley this fall.

As one of the top defensive backs in South Carolina last year, Sadat Chambers became well known for punishing wide receivers coming across the middle of the field. In 2005, the former Central star will bring his physical style to Clemson, where he'll compete for playing time either as a cornerback or safety.

By Robert Thorne

All 22
ABC Lead College Football Analyst Gary Danielson chimes in with a new montly column.

Just because I've been intimately and actively involved in football for more than 40 years doesn't mean I have any idea who is going to win this year's college football openers, rivalries, league championships, bowls or national championship. Sorry, wish I could help you out.

By Gary Danielson

Preseason Preview: Top 25 National Prospects
A closer look at Scout.com's top 25 national prospects.

Carver's Bay lineman Clifton Geathers makes our initial list, but who else from South Carolina is considered to be one of the top 25 prospects in the country?

By Jamie Newberg

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