CU Vs Wake Forest Pregame Notes and Injury Update


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Game: Clemson vs. Wake Forest

Date: September 16, 2000

Kickoff: 1:00 PM

Special Day: Clemson's 1000th Game in History

Series Record: Clemson Leads 50-14-1

Last Year: Clemson 12, Wake Forest 3 in Winston-Salem

Last Meeting at CU: Wake Forest 29, Clemson 19



Live TV: None

Delay TV: College Sports Southeast



Highlight Feed: Clemson will provide a 15-minute highlight feed of Saturday's
Clemson vs. Wake Forest game. The video will run from 5:00 Pm to 5:15 Pm on
Telestar 5K (KU Band), on transponder 12 with a downlink frequency of 111935.5
MH.



Series Note: Clemson has won 20 of the last 23. Wake Forest Coach Jim
Caldwell owns two wins over Clemson in Death Valley, 1993 and 1998.



Tickets:
Reserved seats for $25 apiece. A special $6 ticket will be available
for students high school age and under at Gate 11 on the day of the game beginning
at 11:00 AM. The gates to Memorial Stadium open at 11:00 AM PM.



Expected Attendance: 73,000



Clemson Injuries: Jason Holloman, starting DT, probable to play, not
to start Terry Jolly, starting DT, questionable, calf strain Matt Bailey, wide
receiver, out, pulled groin T.J. Watkins, tight end, probable to play and start,
sprained ankle William Henry, OT, probable, sprained ankle Kenzi Ross, linebacker,
probable, pulled hamstring



Other Notes:

Freddie James and Gary Childress are slated to start at defensive tackles for
Clemson in place of Jason Holloman and Terry Jolly. Holloman and Jolly have
been injured. If James starts, it will be the first career start for the fifth
year senior's career. Childress started last week and started eight games in
1998.


Clemson free safety Robert Carswell needs just two tackles to break Terry Kinard's
Clemson record for tackles by a defensive back. He has 293 and Kinard had 294
from 1978-82.


Clemson ranks in the top five in the nation in scoring offense, pass defense,
total defense, scoring defense, and turnovers gained. Woodrow Dantzler is third
in the nation in passing efficiency and Travis Zachery is third in scoring.

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