Clemson title signs to be installed starting on Friday


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Clemson won their first National Championship since 1981 and fans will be shortly able to celebrate looking at Clemson championship signs while driving around different parts of South Carolina. The National Championship signs were first showcased at the South Carolina State House on Tuesday as Clemson's football team was honored for the 2017 College Football Playoff National Championship.

“I'm here because football unifies. and I am standing here in a rare occasion where we have senators, representatives, Democrats, Republicans, Gamecocks, Tigers, Bulldogs, and whatever else,” Swinney said a speech during the joint session. “But we are all here as South Carolinians, and we all have this common bond which is the love of this state and the want to see this state be the best that it can be.”

The Clemson National Championship highway signs will be installed at 13 different locations including at South Carolina Welcome Centers according to the SCDOT. Starting on Friday, some of the signs will be installed including ones on HWY 123, HWY 93, and HWY 76.

Date Opponent Time
04/08 Spring Game 3:00 PM
09/02 Kent State TBA
09/09 Auburn TBA
09/16 @Louisville TBA
09/23 Boston College TBA
09/30 @Virginia Tech TBA
10/07 Wake Forest TBA
10/13 @Syracuse TBA
10/28 Georgia Tech TBA
11/04 @NC State TBA
11/11 Florida State TBA
11/18 The Citadel TBA
11/25 @South Carolina TBA
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