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Clemson Crowned
Clemson Crowned

Clemson Crowned

The Tigers' Historic Run to the National Championship

SPORTS & RECREATION

128 Pages, 8.5 x 11

Formats: Trade Paper, EPUB, PDF, Mobipocket

Trade Paper, $14.95 (US $14.95) (CA $17.95)

Publication Date: February 2017

ISBN 9781629372969

Rights: WOR

Triumph Books (Feb 2017)

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Overview

Clemson Crowned is inside story of the Clemson's magical 2016 football season and first national championship since 1981, featuring stunning action photography, stories, and analysis from The Greenville News and the Independent Mail. There was no holding back the Tigers in 2016. Clemson's triumph over favored Alabama in Tampa capped a 14-1 season. Behind quarterback Deshaun Watson and a stout defense, Coach Dabo Swinney's team emerged as one of the nation's top teams with statement wins over Auburn and Louisville before topping Virginia Tech in the ACC Championship game to earn a spot in the College Football playoff, where they dominated Ohio State in the Fiesta Bowl to set up the Championship Game rematch with Alabama. From the numerous close games in September and October to domination in the desert and the ecstacy of the championship celebration in Tampa, Clemson Crowned is the perfect souvenir for any Tigers fan. This commemorative edition also includes profiles of Watson, Swinney, linebacker Ben Boulware, and more!

Author Biography

Located in the heart of South Carolina's Upstate, The Greenville News is one of the three largest newspapers in South Carolina. It has served the greater good of Greenville and surrounding communities for more than 137 years.  Founded in 1899 as the Anderson Daily Mail, the Independent Mail serves as the hub for local news for Anderson and its surrounding communities in Upstate South Carolina and Northeast Georgia.