Clemson running back Ray Ray McElrathbey plans to graduate from Clemson University in August and will not be a member of the Tiger football team in 2008.
CLEMSON - CUTigers.com checked in with Ray Ray McElrathbey after Saturday's scrimmage. In first official scrimmage as a running back, McElrathbey led all rushers with 62 yards on just six carries.
The 2006 FedEx Orange Bowl-Football Writers' Association of America Courage Award will be formally presented to Clemson football player Ray Ray McElrathbey during a break in the action during the first half of Clemson's basketball game with Duke on Thursday night.
February 21, 2007
Clemson freshman wide receiver Ray Ray McElrathbey
received the Keith Jackson Award of Excellence at the Cingular ESPN
All-America show in Orlando, FL on Friday evening. The program was
broadcast and announced by ESPN on Saturday afternoon.
December 8, 2006
The University of Virginia football team has made a
$2,565 contribution to the Fahmarr McElrathbey Fund. Coach Al Groh contacted Clemson Head Coach Tommy Bowden Wednesday morning to make him aware of the contribution.
November 22, 2006
Clemson defensive back Ray Ray McElrathbey is scheduled to appear in a segment of the Oprah Winfrey Show on Friday, Oct. 20.
October 18, 2006
Information concerning public contributions to the
Fahmarr McElrathbey Trust Fund was released Tuesday by the Clemson Athletic Department.
September 19, 2006