Great Players in Clemson Tigers Football : Clemson University Has a Great Football Record Thanks to Its Many Great PlayersCategory: Clemson University PlayersThis book is written for those of us who love Clemson Tigers Football. Those of us who enjoy the teams full of great players, coming out every week in the fall, know that it is because twenty-five Clemson coaches and many great players over the years brought us all the victories and the excitement. We know how they did it--discipline, conditioning and an honor in winning. Clemson was never a losing is OK team. Look at the Clemson record and you can see that the great games and seasons are accumulating quickly. The Clemson Tigers have a winning way. Near Championships and National Championships are part of that winning way. This book tells the first story about Clemson football. It was when the school gave Walter Riggs the OK to have the first official varsity football team and the first game. It was a nice away victory at Furman at Greenville South Carolina (14-6). As we rapidly move through the football ages in this book, we meet the great immortal Clemson players with their great coaches-Walter Riggs, Jess Neely, Frank Howard, Charley Pell, $ the great Danny Ford. Of course, we find another great coach at the end of the journey, not yet an immortal, but on his way. Coach Dabo Swinney seems to be on the right path for the future. In this book, we tell lots of great stories about lots of great players in Clemson Tigers Football. It takes the reader through stories about Clemson teams of great players through 25 coaches over the years. There are many years of great games (1050 games) played by the best football players in the nation for Clemson University (CU) over 116 seasons. The book stops frequently in time and tells a nice tale about a great player such as Banks McFadden, Jeff Davis, Terry Kinard, Steve Fuller, Jerry Butler, Refrigerator Perry, C J Spiller, and of course Deshaun Watson, and many others. You won't want to put this book down oce you begin reading it.