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'''Tiger Boulevard''' is the common name for what was previously known as the [[US 123]] By-Pass, constructed in the early 1960s to remove intercity traffic from the [[Old Greenville Highway]] through Clemson.  The ever-burgeoning highway strip was so named some time in the late 1980s, as I recollect.
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'''Tiger Boulevard''' is the common name for what was previously known as the [[US 123]] By-Pass, constructed in the early 1960s to remove intercity traffic from the [[Old Greenville Highway]] through Clemson.  The ever-burgeoning highway strip was so named some time in the late 1980s.

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Tiger Boulevard is the common name for what was previously known as the US 123 By-Pass, constructed in the early 1960s to remove intercity traffic from the Old Greenville Highway through Clemson. The ever-burgeoning highway strip was so named some time in the late 1980s.