Clemson Spring Game to be Held at Riggs Field


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<font class=caption>Willie Simmons was 13-of-25 for 198 yards and one TD in last year's game.</a>
Willie Simmons was 13-of-25 for 198 yards and one TD in last year's game.

Clemson, SC-Clemson's Spring Football game on Saturday, April 5 will
be held at Riggs Field on the Clemson campus. The contest will
kickoff at 1:30 PM. The game was originally scheduled for Clemson
Memorial Stadium, but was moved on Monday.

"The turf at Death Valley is just a year old and it was a
little soft in some spots when we last scrimmaged a week ago," said
Head Coach Tommy Bowden.
"Everyone who attended the spring game at Riggs Field last year had a
great experience. It is an intimate setting that the players coaches
and fans enjoyed. So we will return to Riggs again this year."

Riggs Field is the home of Clemson's men's and women's soccer
programs. It was Clemson's home stadium for football from 1915-42.


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