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The former Broome High School (Spartanburg) product was Clemson’s starting quarterback for the first four games of the 1985 season. He led the Tigers to a thrilling victory at Virginia Tech when the Tigers won 20-17 on the last play of the game, a 36-yard field goal by kicker David Treadwell. Anderson completed 17-30 passes for 220 yards and a touchdown in that victory.

Anderson was the backup to Rodney Williams on Clemson’s ACC Championship team of 1986. He missed most of the 1987 season with a back injury, but did play in the win over Penn State in the 1988 Citrus Bowl.

For his career, Anderson completed 76-145 passes for 866 yards and three touchdowns. He played in 22 games in his Clemson career.

Anderson died Feb. 7 in Houston, TX after a long fight against cancer. Anderson, who was 46 at the time of his death, was survived by his wife, Angelia, and daughter Savannah.

*Courtesy Clemson Media Guide


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