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Clemson’s Official Athletic Web Site Draws Over One Million Page Views In September

Oct. 4, 2000

Clemson, S.C. – Visitors flocked to ClemsonTigers.com in record numbers during the month of September according to the Clemson Athletic Department and The FANSonly Network. The Official Athletic Site of Clemson, ClemsonTigers.com registered 1,262,590 page views in September, a new monthly record.

The site, which launched in March of 1997, is the only official source of information, merchandise and multimedia that comes directly from the Clemson Athletic Department. The site’s previous monthly high for page views was 728,325 in October of 1999.

The FANSonly Network is the largest college sports network on the web and allows its partner schools to provide online features such as live audio broadcasts, live stats tracking, and e-commerce on their official athletic sites. FANSonly Network schools generated over 40 million total page views for the month of September, easily making it the most trafficked college sports site on the Internet.

Clemson’s official athletic web site provides Tiger fans with the most complete information on all Clemson sports. Also included on ClemsonTigers.com are photos, audio clips, event coverage, rosters, schedules and interactive promotions and games. Throughout the year, the site also offers opportunities to interact online with Tiger players and coaches.

FANSonlyTM Network Student Advantage’s FANSonly Network is the most popular college sports destination on the Internet. For every month in 1999, FANSonly was the number one collegiate sports Web site, according to Media Metrix. The FANSonly Network provides online brand management and content delivery to over 80 university athletic departments through the publishing of Official Athletic Sites. FANSonly.com serves as the network hub, providing comprehensive information on collegiate sports, including in-depth statistical packages and analysis, information on collegiate recruiting, and team pages for every NCAA Division I school.

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