Clemson participating in Reagan Football Coin Toss


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Special guest Senator Lindsey Graham will be flipping the coin at this weekend’s Clemson vs FSU game. Senator Graham and Clemson are participating in the Reagan Centennial National Football Coin Toss in honor of the 40th president, Ronald Reagan. 186 colleges and 4,314 high schools from across the country will be using a specially designed commemorative coin for the coin toss at the beginning of games throughout this weekend.

The Reagan Coin Toss celebrates the 40th president and also sheds light on the important characteristics instilled through football including leadership and drive. With J.C. Watts, Lou Holtz, Doug Flutie, and Lynn Swann as co-chairs, the initiative has already gained positive responses from the media as universities, high schools and NFL teams gear up to participate.

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