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Bernard Rambert reflects back on his career at Clemson University.

"I think the football program is definitely on an upswing, you can just tell by the recruits we have coming in that things are getting better. We've already got some of the top receivers in the country in Roscoe and Derrick, and we'll have one of the top running backs in Duane Coleman," said Rambert.

Bernard Rambert

Go indepth with one of the masterminds of the Clemson offense.

"Kelvin Grant is going to be an outstanding receiver if he continues to work and if he continues to mature. I think Duane Coleman is going to be the back that we thought he was when we recruited him out of high school. He is something that we don't have playing for us right now. The other players we are pretty excited about on the offensive line are the 3 freshmen that have come to the front- both of the Fry boys and Nathan Bennett," said Scott.

Brad Scott

The ACC can no longer be looked at as just a basketball league

"Look at the new coaches everybody's hiring. Look at the new facilities. Last year, Virginia was in the top two or three in recruiting. When have you seen that? There's no doubt in my mind the league is getting tougher," said Florida State head coach Bobby Bowden.

The Bowden Family

A look at the 10 most exciting games in Clemson football history.

Rod Gardner's catch has to go down as one of the biggest plays in Clemson football history. The immaculate reception set up Aaron Hunt's 25-yard game winning field goal, and most Clemson fans will tell you that Death Valley has never been louder once that ball split the uprights.

Clemson - Georgia Tech 2000

Is this the month the Tigers set themselves apart from other schools?

As prospects and coaches settle into the thick of the recruiting process, you can bet that things will start getting a little bit hectic this month. Look for more official visits and verbal commitments to fall as the Tigers continue to look towards signing day.

OL Eric Young

Compliance Director Becky Bowman shares her thoughts with Tiger fans

"The clearinghouse process is simple," said Bowman. "When you graduate from high school you must provide an official transcript and you must provide an official test score to the clearinghouse. So that means when you take the SAT or the ACT, you have got to bubble in 9999, so that is how the score goes to the clearinghouse."

Becky Bowman

The Clemson offense is poised for greatness.

"If we were doing what we were doing five years ago, Derrick, Roscoe, and Airese would never have even given Clemson a second look," wide receivers coach Rick Stockstill said. "We have the opportunity to recruit the best in the country at this position."

J.J. McKelvey

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

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

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