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Game Day Must Sees

Game Day Must Sees


Honorary Captain: SFC (Sergeant First Class – E7) Robert Roland Bradford III “Bobby”

A walk-on tight end for the 1998 and 1999 seasons, Bobby’s awards and medals include the Bronze Star Medal with Valor Device, two Bronze Star Medals, two Purple Hearts, two Meritorious Service Medals, one Joint Service Commendation Medal, one Army Commendation Medal with Valor device, one Army Commendation Medal, one Army Achievement Medal, the Afghanistan Campaign Medal with three gold stars, Special Forces Tab, Airborne Tab, and the Combat Infantryman’s Badge.


Heroes of the Game: Henry and Homer Montgomery

Henry Montgomery saw World War II from the trenches,. Drafted in 1943, Henry served in the 552nd Field Artillery. He landed on Utah Beach six days after the D-Day invasion, and over the next 11 months, he fought his way from Normandy all the way to Berlin. His brother, Homer, 91, experienced the war much differently. He joined the Army after President Franklin D. Roosevelt died in the spring of 1945, a few months before the atomic bombs were dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan. He worked as a military policeman keeping order among troops after the war’s end, and accompanied Japanese-American residents of American internment camps who were sent to Japan at the war’s end. 

Professor of the Game: Dan Harding is advisor for the Solar D project and director of the Community Research and Design Center focusing on economically strong and environmentally sustainable development. He also serves as director of the architecture + community build program and holds the Robert Mills Endowed Professorship. Design Intelligence magazine named him one of the 30 most influential design educators in the world. 


All Veterans/Active Duty will have the opportunity to be recognized on the field

Clemson Band will play patriotic tribute including all songs of branches of military

Will recognize families of fallen soldiers from the state of South Carolina

ROTC/Pershing Rifles will do Soldiers Cross and 21 Gun Salute / Band to play Taps