Upcoming Opportunities for Clemson Basketball Fans

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Former Tiger Tom Wideman.

"Clemson Night" at the Bi-Lo Center

Join Clemson alums and fans for Clemson Night with the Greenville Groove
at the BI-LO Center on Thursday, February 21, 2002 at 7:00 PM as the
NBDL's Greenville Groove take on the Fayetteville Patriots. Meet and
cheer on former Clemson greats Terrell McIntyre and Tom Wideman as
they battle on the hardwood. Tickets for seating in a special Clemson
section in the lower bowl may be purchased the night of the event at
the BI-LO Center for just $5.00. Attend a special Clemson Happy Hour
at the BI-LO Center from 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM hosted by the Greenville
Groove, the Greenville Clemson Club, and the Clemson Young Alumni.
For more information, contact Bill Watkins at (864) 240-2449.

Central Spirit Sponsoring "Orange Out"

Clemson's student spirit group Central Spirit is sponsoring
"Orange Out" for the final two home games of the 2001-02 Clemson
men's basketball season. The organization is requesting all Clemson
fans to be dressed in as much orange clothing as possible for the
final two games.

The Tigers play host to second-ranked Maryland Wednesday
night at 9:00 PM, then will face Florida State at Littlejohn Coliseum
Saturday afternoon at 12:00 Noon. That will be the final home game
for senior Jamar McKnight.

Tickets for both games are available by calling 1-800-CLEMSON.

TD's Gameday Rally

Come out to TD's of Clemson from 6:00-8:30 p.m. on Wednesday, February 20 to meet friends, make new ones, and eat $1 burgers! Then head over to Littlejohn Coliseum to cheer on the Clemson Tigers men's basketball team as they play Maryland at 9:00 p.m. We encourage ALL faculty and students to show their Tiger pride and wear ORANGE to the game!

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