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Return to Glory
Return to Glory

Return to Glory

The Story of Clemson’s Historic 2015 Season

SPORTS & RECREATION

128 Pages, 8.5 x 11

Formats: Trade Paper, EPUB, Mobipocket, PDF

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

Publication Date: January 2016

ISBN 9781629373195

Rights: WOR

Triumph Books (Jan 2016)

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Overview

Return to Glory is the inside story of Clemson's magical 2015 football season, featuring stunning photography, stories, analysis and commentary from the award-winning journalists of The Greenville News. There was no holding back the Tigers in 2015. 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 Notre Dame and Florida State before topping North Carolina in the ACC Championship game. They wrapped up the regular season as the nation's only undefeated team and earned the No. 1 seed in the College Football playoff, where they topped favored Oklahoma 37-17 to set up the championship matchup against Alabama in the desert. This commemorative edition traces the story from the season opener against Wofford where Watson made his return to the playing field for the first time since injury the previous November, through the closing seconds against the Fighting Irish in the rain, to the rivalry week win over the Gamecocks to the nail-biting drama of the College Football Playoff. Also included are profiles of Watson, Swinney, defensive end Shaq Lawson, running back Wayne Gallman, 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.