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Homecoming is an annual tradition that takes place during one [[Football]] gameday weekend each year at [[Clemson University]]. The excitement, spirit and enthusiasm of [[Homecoming]] celebrations have been a [[Clemson University]] tradition since [[1914]]. During the week preceding the designated football game, student organizations build [[Homecoming]] displays on [[Bowman Field]]. Beginning in [[1957]], [[Tigerama]] — one of the nation’s largest student-run pep rallies — incorporated skits by student groups, fireworks and the crowning of the [[Homecoming]] queen on the Friday night before the game.
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Homecoming is an annual tradition that takes place during one [[Football]] gameday weekend each year at [[Clemson University]]. The excitement, spirit and enthusiasm of Homecoming celebrations have been a [[Clemson University]] tradition since [[1914]]. During the week preceding the designated football game, student organizations build Homecoming displays on [[Bowman Field]]. Beginning in [[1957]], [[Tigerama]] incorporated skits by student groups, fireworks and the crowning of the Homecoming queen on the Friday night before the game.

Latest revision as of 22:59, 21 January 2019

Homecoming is an annual tradition that takes place during one Football gameday weekend each year at Clemson University. The excitement, spirit and enthusiasm of Homecoming celebrations have been a Clemson University tradition since 1914. During the week preceding the designated football game, student organizations build Homecoming displays on Bowman Field. Beginning in 1957, Tigerama incorporated skits by student groups, fireworks and the crowning of the Homecoming queen on the Friday night before the game.