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*[[1906]]: Clemson and Virginia Tech battle to scoreless tie on [[Bowman Field]], putting the series record at 1-1-1.
 
*[[1906]]: Clemson and Virginia Tech battle to scoreless tie on [[Bowman Field]], putting the series record at 1-1-1.
*[[October 12]], [[1915]]-[[October 14]], [[1915]]: The Centennial Celebration of the [[Pendleton Farmers' Society]] is held, with events the first two days in [[Pendleton]] and on the third at [[Clemson College]]. ([[The Tiger]], "''Pendleton Farmers' Society''", Tuesday 28 September 1915, Volume XI, Number 2.)
 
 
*[[1917]]: Clemson defeats [[Furman]] in [[Greenville]], 38-0, and Tiger player [[Stumpy Banks]] scores five touchdowns, a record that stands today.
 
*[[1917]]: Clemson defeats [[Furman]] in [[Greenville]], 38-0, and Tiger player [[Stumpy Banks]] scores five touchdowns, a record that stands today.
 
*[[1922]]: The Tigers blank [[Presbyterian College]], 13-0, in third Clemson home game of the year.
 
*[[1922]]: The Tigers blank [[Presbyterian College]], 13-0, in third Clemson home game of the year.

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