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Another Accolade for Memorial Stadium

Another Accolade for Memorial Stadium

By Colby Lanham // Athletic Communications

Clemson fans know how special Memorial Stadium is but it’s always nice to see national recognition for the home of Clemson Football. That’s why it was great to see Memorial Stadium selected by Bleacher Report as one of the Top 25 College Football Stadiums of 2015, ranked at No. 8 above the likes of college football powers like Alabama’s Bryant-Denny Stadium, Florida State’s Doak Campbell Stadium and in-state rival South Carolina’s Williams-Brice Stadium. 

Another accolade for #DeathValley—@BleacherReport ranks it No. 8 in “2015 CFB Power Rankings”: http://t.co/6OQB9GEZFI pic.twitter.com/oPFXQ2TjsF

— Clemson Football (@ClemsonFB) June 9, 2015

Opened in 1942, Death Valley (capacity 81,500), has long given opponents trouble including in 2014 as the Tigers went undefeated at home en route to their fourth straight 10-win season under Dabo Swinney. Memorial Stadium also boasts some of college football’s greatest traditions: Howard’s Rock and The Most Exciting 25 Seconds of College Football.

Please note: If you watch the video below, you’re likely to jump out of your chair and start the cadence count. So if you’re at work or in class, don’t say we didn’t warn you.

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