Kickoff is slated for 1:00 PM on Frank Howard Field and the game will be televised live by CSS television. The network will then replay the game throughout the spring and summer.
The two teams will be playing for an enhanced team dinner
next Wednesday. The winning team will eat steak, while the losing
team will eat hotdogs.
For the second year in a row, but just the second time since
1995, the game will feature an evenly divided Clemson team. In past
years the game has been a scrimmage with all the offensive players in
White and the defensive players in Orange.
Last year, Head Coach Tommy Bowden divided his team evenly and the
result was a 24-14 victory for the White team. Cullen Harper led the
White team to victory in that game, hitting 15-25 passes for 156
Harper will have an opportunity to gain a second consecutive
Spring Game victory as he leads the Orange roster into Saturday's
game. He has looked solid in two stadium scrimmages, completing
27-42 passes for 310 yards and a touchdown.
Joining Harper on the
Orange offense will be All-ACC running back James Davis, All-ACC
tackle Barry Richardson and veteran wide receiver Aaron Kelly.
Leading the Orange defense will be defensive end Phillip Merling,
defensive tackle Dorell Scott and strong safety Chris Clemons.
The Purple offense is led by freshman All-American C.J.
Spiller, wide receiver Jacoby Ford, and quarterbacks Tribble Reese
and Willy Korn. The Purple defense is led by 2006 leading tackler
Nick Watkins, defensive tackle Rashaad Jackson and free safety
The game will be played in four quarters. The clock will run
in normal fashion for the first half, but the second half could be
shortened and played with a running clock for different periods of
time. There will be kickoffs and punts, but there won't be any
returns, nor coverage. Only a two-step rush will be allowed on
field goal and extra point attempts.
Three Tigers are expected to miss the game. Tight End
Durrell Barry (back), offensive lineman Jamal Medlin (sprained knee)
and offensive lineman Brandon Pilgrim (elbow) will all miss the game
due to injury.
The Spring Game will be followed by the first Clemson Alumni
Flag football game. Over 70 former Clemson football players will
take part in the event at Frank Howard Field.
Admission for the spring game and the Alumni game is free of
The gates will open at noon.
Clemson to Hold 2007 Spring Game
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