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- Newspaper reprints of historic Tigers games from 1939 onwards
- Free gold embossing and leatherette hardcover binding
- Features genuine articles as originally reported by the Washington Post
- Over 140 pages featuring 12.5 x 15 inches (newspaper size) of quality content
In recent years, the Clemson Tigers football program has developed into one of the most feared in the entire nation, irrespective of their home games taking place at Death Valley. The Tigers have competed in all of the last six College Football Playoffs, the only team in the country to do so, and went on to capture the National Championship twice, both times by defeating the then undefeated Alabama Crimson Tide. And now, you can relive those triumphs, and many others, via newspaper coverage of the time with our brand new Clemson Football history book, spanning back as far as 1939.
It’s not only the triumphs of DeShaun Watson and Trevor Lawrence-led sides that will be immortalized in this book. Before the CFP era, the Tigers’ first national title came in 1981, when a victory in the Orange Bowl over Nebraska capped off their third-ever undefeated season. The eighties proved a fruitful decade all round for Clemson, as despite being under ACC probation for the ’83 and ’84 seasons, the Tigers still captured five conference titles.
To see which of the Tigers’ biggest moments are featured in this newspaper book, take a look at the contents.
Personalizing Your Clemson Tigers Book
The person you’re buying for will feel truly special as you can include their Name on the opening page of the book along with a personalized Message. Your loved one can nostalgically dive into the history of Clemson football in a special book created just for them! What’s more, their name will be embossed on the leatherette cover free of charge.
Please do not use accents or symbols/emojis as we cannot print these. Be sure to double check your name and message.