by John Chandler Griffin amazon.com Price: $39.95
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Summary: John Chandler Griffin examines the greatest rivalry in college football, South Carolina vs. Clemson from the first game, a 18-6 Tiger victory, on Nov. 21, 1896 to the memorable 1980 contest, which featured Heisman Trophy winner George Rogers. Griffin captures the pageantry and passion of the Clemson-South Carolina rivalry.
by Donald Bartonamazon.com Price: $7.95 + $1.35 special surcharge
Summary: A must have for all Clemson fans, this book captures the excitement and passion of Clemson University and its legion of loyal fans.
by Locke/Ibachamazon.com Price: $17.95
Summary: Former Clemson men’s basketball head coach Tates Locke offers an account of life and career as a head basketball coach.
by Joseph C. Ellers, Joe Ellersamazon.com Price: $14.95
Summary: Ellers’s biography of conservative South Carolina Republican senator Strom Thurmond focuses on the years from 1932 to 1968. It thus gives particular attention to Thurmond’s activities in South Carolina state politics, his role in the South’s resistance to racial integration, his early years in the U.S. Senate, and his change in party affiliation from Democratic to Republican.
by Blaine Tateamazon.com Price: $8.95 + $0.85 special surcharge
by Luther GaillardList: $9.95 amazon.com Price: $7.96 You Save: $1.99 (20%)
Summary: Everything a true Tiger fan would ever need to learn more about Clemson football.
by Joseph C. Ellersamazon.com Price: $14.95
Summary: What every Clemson fan, alum or student needs to prove how big of a Tiger fan they are.
by Clemson University IPTAY Scholarship Fund
Published October 1998
by Bob BradleyClick here for more info.
Summary: Long-time sports information director and Clemson icon Bob Bradley examines the history of Clemson football from an insiders perspective.
by Seny NorasinghClick here for more info.
by Frank Howard, Virgil PerkinsClick here for more info.
Summary:In his own words legendary Clemson football coach Frank Howard describes his life and times at Clemson University. The Hall of Fame coach was part of the Clemson football rebirth in the 1930’s and as head coach led the Tigers to eight conference titles, six bowl games and 165 victories.
by Lou SahadiClick here for more info.
Summary:Noted author Lou Sahadi tracks the storied history Clemson football from its inception with the “father of Clemson football” Walter Riggs through the legendary Frank Howard and to the 1981 National Championship and glory years of the eighties.
December 7, 2018