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(1933 - 1st ever night game - versus 1st time opponent, The George Washington University, played in D.C. - - - a scoreless game! Nil-nil!!)
(1945 - Clemson defeats NAS Pensacola, 7-6, in Death Valley)
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*[[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.
*[[1933]]: Clemson plays its first night game, against the George Washington University in the Nation's Capital, the first time the squads meet. The Tigers battle the Colonials to a scoreless tie.   
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*[[1933]]: Clemson plays its first night game, against the George Washington University in the Nation's Capital, the first time the squads meet. The Tigers battle the Colonials to a scoreless tie.
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*[[1945]]: Clemson defeats team from Naval Air Station Pensacola, 7-6, in last match-up with a wartime training program squad, in a game played in Memorial Stadium.   
 
   
 
   
 
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Revision as of 17:22, 4 October 2006

October 13 in Clemson History

  • 1906: Clemson and Virginia Tech battle to scoreless tie on Bowman Field, putting the series record at 1-1-1.
  • 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.
  • 1933: Clemson plays its first night game, against the George Washington University in the Nation's Capital, the first time the squads meet. The Tigers battle the Colonials to a scoreless tie.
  • 1945: Clemson defeats team from Naval Air Station Pensacola, 7-6, in last match-up with a wartime training program squad, in a game played in Memorial Stadium.


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