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*[[1990]]: Ranked fifteenth, the Tigers travel to the big city and play eighteenth-ranked Georgia Tech, with bad result, 19-21. The Jackets will go 11-0-1, and are 1st and 2nd in the final polls. [[DeChane Cameron]] makes Clemson assistant band director, [[Mark Greer]], an instant celebrity with a pass well out of bounds. "CNN's Play of the Day and ESPN's catch of the week showed Greer, dressed in a suit and a tie, snare the pass on the track next to the stands. 'I had to dodge my companion, fade back and jump for it,' Greer said. 'It was a good throw.'  Greer held the ball aloft  as he high-stepped a quick circle. He then flipped the ball to an official before exchanging a high-five with someone nearby.  Greer said he opted for the high-five because of his last catch, which came in the end zone when he has at Arizona State in 1985. 'I spiked the ball and got reprimanded by the referee,' he said.  Cameron saw the catch and celebration on replay. 'I cussed him out,' he said with a laugh. It was Greer's second reception in 10 years but his first at Clemson." (McCallum, Mark R., "''Tigers not cashing in on opportunities''", The State, Columbia, S.C., Friday 19 October 1990, page 6-C.)   
 
*[[1990]]: Ranked fifteenth, the Tigers travel to the big city and play eighteenth-ranked Georgia Tech, with bad result, 19-21. The Jackets will go 11-0-1, and are 1st and 2nd in the final polls. [[DeChane Cameron]] makes Clemson assistant band director, [[Mark Greer]], an instant celebrity with a pass well out of bounds. "CNN's Play of the Day and ESPN's catch of the week showed Greer, dressed in a suit and a tie, snare the pass on the track next to the stands. 'I had to dodge my companion, fade back and jump for it,' Greer said. 'It was a good throw.'  Greer held the ball aloft  as he high-stepped a quick circle. He then flipped the ball to an official before exchanging a high-five with someone nearby.  Greer said he opted for the high-five because of his last catch, which came in the end zone when he has at Arizona State in 1985. 'I spiked the ball and got reprimanded by the referee,' he said.  Cameron saw the catch and celebration on replay. 'I cussed him out,' he said with a laugh. It was Greer's second reception in 10 years but his first at Clemson." (McCallum, Mark R., "''Tigers not cashing in on opportunities''", The State, Columbia, S.C., Friday 19 October 1990, page 6-C.)   
 
*[[2007]]: [[Clemson Downs]] Volunteers Fashion Show is held to benefit the Certified Nursing Assistant Program at [[Tri County Tech]], at 2:45 pm in the Family Life Center, [[First Baptist Church]] on [[College Avenue]] in [[Clemson]]. Tickets are $10.00, available at the First Citizen's Bank, Clemson, and the Clemson Downs Office. For more information call 864-654-9390 or 864-653-8742.
 
*[[2007]]: [[Clemson Downs]] Volunteers Fashion Show is held to benefit the Certified Nursing Assistant Program at [[Tri County Tech]], at 2:45 pm in the Family Life Center, [[First Baptist Church]] on [[College Avenue]] in [[Clemson]]. Tickets are $10.00, available at the First Citizen's Bank, Clemson, and the Clemson Downs Office. For more information call 864-654-9390 or 864-653-8742.
*[[2008]]: [[Tommy Bowden]] resigns as the 24th head football coach after the debacle at Wake Forest, achieving only a 3-3 record in his tenth season at Clemson. His final record at the Tiger's helm was 72-45 for a .615 record, and 90-49 overall as a head coach. Rob Spence also let go. Press conference held at 5:15 p.m. Offensive line coordinator [[Dabo Swinney]] named as interim coach.
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*[[2008]]: [[Tommy Bowden]] resigns as the 24th head football coach after achieving only a 3-3 record in his tenth season at Clemson. His final record at the Tiger's helm was 72-45 for a .615 record, and 90-49 overall as a head coach. Offensive line coordinator [[Dabo Swinney]] named as interim coach.  
 
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