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*[[October 22]]: The Tigers blank the Gamecocks, 19-0, in Columbia.
 
*[[October 22]]: The Tigers blank the Gamecocks, 19-0, in Columbia.
 
*[[October 31]]: Clemson travels to Atlanta, securing 14-13 win over Georgia Tech.
 
*[[October 31]]: Clemson travels to Atlanta, securing 14-13 win over Georgia Tech.
*[[November 7]]: Clemson plays the Citadel in Charleston, winning, 22-0.
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*[[November 7]]: Clemson plays the Citadel in Charleston, winning, 22-0. [[Sirrine Stadium]] is dedicated in [[Greenville]].
 
*[[November 14]]: The Tigers travel to Kentucky, but lose, 6-7.
 
*[[November 14]]: The Tigers travel to Kentucky, but lose, 6-7.
 
*[[November 26]]: Furman beats Clemson for the last time, 0-12, in a game played in snow on [[Riggs Field]]. Through [[2007]], Clemson wins the next 29 meetings of these teams. (As reported in the Washington Post, Sunday, September 16, 2007, page D-11.)   
 
*[[November 26]]: Furman beats Clemson for the last time, 0-12, in a game played in snow on [[Riggs Field]]. Through [[2007]], Clemson wins the next 29 meetings of these teams. (As reported in the Washington Post, Sunday, September 16, 2007, page D-11.)   

Revision as of 06:50, 12 February 2009

1936 in Clemson History

Events that occurred in 1936:

  • Judge Keller's Store replaces 1918-vintage woodframe structure with the brick building they occupy to date.
  • The Associated Press sports poll is first created, national journalists tendering their top 20 list each Sunday for tabulation.
  • September 19: The Tigers blank Presbyterian, 19-0, in home opener on Riggs Field.
  • September 26: Clemson leaves Virginia Tech scoreless, 20-0, on Riggs Field.
  • October 3: The Tigers roadtrip to Alabama, lose, 0-32. Former Clemson Head Football Coach John Heisman dies.
  • October 10: Clemson travels to Duke, losing, 0-25.
  • October 16: The Tigers play night game at Wake Forest, but lose, 0-6.
  • October 22: The Tigers blank the Gamecocks, 19-0, in Columbia.
  • October 31: Clemson travels to Atlanta, securing 14-13 win over Georgia Tech.
  • November 7: Clemson plays the Citadel in Charleston, winning, 22-0. Sirrine Stadium is dedicated in Greenville.
  • November 14: The Tigers travel to Kentucky, but lose, 6-7.
  • November 26: Furman beats Clemson for the last time, 0-12, in a game played in snow on Riggs Field. Through 2007, Clemson wins the next 29 meetings of these teams. (As reported in the Washington Post, Sunday, September 16, 2007, page D-11.)



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