February 4 in Clemson History
Events on February 4 in Clemson's History
- 1972: The recruiting arm of the U.S. Marine Corps hosts a table in the Loggia.
- 2005: The Esso Club hosts the Girls Gone Wild Rocks America tour but few Clemsonites support the ill-advised appearance.
- 2007: Women's tennis at the ITA Champs meet at Madison, Wisconsin.
- 2009: Clemson defeats Duke in Littlejohn Coliseum, 74-47. Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski called a timeout in the final minute, gathered his beaten Blue Devils around him and let them listen as the Littlejohn Coliseum crowd celebrated a Clemson win like few others. “They shouldn’t forget this loss,” Krzyzewski said. “This is as bad as you can play.” Trevor Booker scored 21 points and Terrence Oglesby had five 3-pointers in the 10th-ranked Tigers’ 74-47 victory over No. 4 Duke. Krzyzewski, typically a bright-side coach, found nothing satisfying about this defeat. The Blue Devils (19-3, 6-2 Atlantic Coast Conference) hadn’t had a loss like this since the 1990 NCAA title game when UNLV beat the Blue Devils 103-73. The Tigers improve to 19-2, 5-2 in the ACC.
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