November 25

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November 25 in Clemson History

  • 1909: Georgia Tech beats Clemson in Atlanta, 3-29, although Tigers still lead series, 6-3-1. Tigers end season with 6-3 record.
  • 1920: Clemson is defeated by the University of Georgia in Athens, 0-55, for an 8-0-1 record. The Tigers finish 4-6-1.
  • 1924: The Sloan Brothers Store catches fire right around midnight Tuesday and the wooden structure burns completely, consuming all stock, but near-by buildings are saved by the efforts of cadets, who were awakened by the screeching of the power whistle and the ringing of bells.
  • 1933: Clemson hosts The Citadel, wins, 7-0.
  • 1937: Clemson and Furman battle to a 0-0 tie in Greenville. Clemson finishes season, 4-4-1, Furman is 4-3-2.
  • 1967: The Tigers host the Gamecocks, winning, 23-12. Clemson has a 6-4 season, 6-0 in conference, for first place in the ACC.
  • 1975: The Clemson University Chamber Music Series presents a performance by soprano Doris Hill and tenor Robert Hill at 8 p.m. in Daniel Auditorium. A program of Seinard Bernstein's song-cycle "I Hate Music", a group of Negro spirituals, is offered.
  • 2006: Clemson hosts the South Carolina Gamecocks in Memorial Stadium at noon with national telecast on ESPN. The Tigers miss a late game field goal attempt to tie, and lose, 28-31. The Lady Tigers basketball team loses to Maine in the Orono, Maine, Thanksgiving Tournament, 78-80, when Maine sinks last second shot.


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