Tonight on ClemsonSportsTalk: Former Clemson Kicker Nelson Welch

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Nelson will be Lawton's guest on the show tonight. Lawton's new show "Clemson Sports Talk" airs weekdays on and also can be heard on iHeartRadio.

Tweet questions for Nelson on Thursday 8/15 from (6pm-8pm) to #CST560

Nelson Welch, Place Kicker, 1992: Third-team AP All-America as a sophomore, just the second sophomore in Clemson history to be chosen to an AP All-America team...first- or second-team All-ACC all four years he played for Clemson, first Tiger to do that...held 14 Clemson records when he graduated including most field goals in a career (72)...that total was also an ACC record...Clemson's career scoring leader with 301 points...ranked in the top 15 in the nation in field goals per game all four years he was at Clemson; l3th as a senior, l4th as a junior, 2nd as a sophomore, and 4th as a freshman...had five field goals in a game three times, only Tiger in history to kick five field goals in a game...had a Tiger record 25 multiple field goal games in his career...kicked game-winning field goal at Virginia in 1992 with 52 seconds left, giving Clemson a 29-28 win, culminating Clemson's 28-point comeback...signed free-agent contract with the Jacksonville Jaguars in 1995.

Listen to Lawton Swann's new show, Clemson Sports Talk, on 560 The Team in Columbia at 6-8 PM Monday-Friday. You can also catch the show from anywhere on the web or mobile phone app. Check the links below.

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