Former Clemson Greats Nominated for All Championship Team


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Miami, Fla. (www.orangebowl.org) – Five Clemson greats are among more than 50 other legendary names from the Orange Bowl’s storied past that have been nominated for the honor of “Orange Bowl Championship Legend.”

Tiger fans now have the chance to vote for these top players: Jeff Bryant, Jeff Davis, Homer Jordan, Terry Kinard, and William Perry.

Other former collegiate All-Americans and NFL All-Pros have also been nominated such as Joe Namath of Alabama, Ozzie Newsome of Alabama, and Michael Irvin of Miami. Selected Legends will be honored on January 4th during pre-game ceremonies at the FedEx Orange Bowl 2005 National Championship game.

Players nominated for the team have played in one of the 17 Orange Bowl games that have crowned a consensus National Champion. Top players from both the winners and runners-up are among the nominees.


Fans can have their say on the team by voting for their top-10 favorites at www.orangebowl.org, where the complete list of nominees is available. The team will be made of 13 players and two coaches, with the coaches being selected independently by the Orange Bowl Committee.


Voting is already underway at www.orangebowl.org and will end on December 5th.

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The Orange Bowl Committee is a not-for-profit, 310-member, all-volunteer organization that exists as a self-sustaining, independent organization supporting and producing activities and events which enhance the image, economy, and culture of South Florida. Among the OBC core events are the Orange Bowl Festival, FedEx Orange Bowl and World-Class Halftime Show, Orange Bowl Basketball Classic, and the Orange Bowl Youth Football League.

For more information regarding the 2004-05 Orange Bowl Festival and its year-round schedule of events and promotions, log on to the OBC website at www.orangebowl.org, the official site for all Orange Bowl Committee news, tickets, and apparel. The website also offers information on tickets, the Orange Bowl Travel Network, and experiencing the Orange Bowl Festival as a volunteer in the Ambassador program.

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