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Web Wednesday

Clemson Athletics’ Social Summer promotion continues today, June 19, with Web Wednesday.  Each week a story that encompasses the Clemson experience will be featured on our webpage.  This week’s memory comes from Brandi Webb of Christiansburg, Virginia.

For as long as I can remember, I have been a devoted Clemson Tiger fan. There are videos of me at the age of 3, acting as a cheerleader and saying “Go Clemson!” I spent my childhood living in Spartanburg, South Carolina, my dad’s hometown. Being so close to Clemson, and having my dad as a Clemson fan, being a Tiger was instilled in me. My dad had season tickets to football games for several years, and often chose to take me instead of one of his friends. I can still remember my first game. We stopped by KFC to grab a bucket of chicken, headed to campus, and sat by the water having our own father/daughter tailgate. I can still remember the energy I felt before even entering the stadium and the excitement I had; I was finally getting to see Clemson play in person! I remember looking up at my dad telling him, “I’m going to go to college here one day”.

Once sitting in the stands, the energy I felt was even more electrifying! I witnessed, the Most Exciting 25 Seconds in College Football, shouted “C-L-E-M-S-O—N!” with thousands of others, and heard the cannons when a touchdown was scored; in my first 6 years of life, this day was by far the most fun I had experienced.

A few years later my family made the move to Christiansburg, Virginia; where I reside today. I now live 10 minutes away from Virginia Tech, and Clemson fans are few. Even though I live several hours away, I still wear my Clemson attire proudly, and have a nice bright orange paw print decal on my car. My husband is a Virginia Tech fan, so every 3 years, unless there’s a meeting at the ACC Championship game, there is a war in our house.

My dad and I still get together every game day and manage to make at least one trip every year to Clemson, South Carolina to watch the Most Exciting 25 Seconds in College Football!

Do you have a story you would like to share with us?  Fans are encouraged to submit their own experiences by e-mailing  Please be sure to include your name, hometown, phone number and a photo.