Tiger Insider is Back for Its Fifth Season
The Hit Man is Revealed.
CLEMSON -- The pre-season issue of Tiger Insider is available now and not a minute too soon for Clemson fans. We’re excited about the future of Clemson football and we owe a special debt to those that have subscribed to Tiger Insider. We’ve spent the past four years refining Tiger Insider and it’s still a work in progress. Subscribers get six issues of Tiger Insider and with every issue we try to improve upon the last. We’re especially excited about the upcoming issue. This is a crucial season for the Tigers and head coach Tommy Bowden.
In this issue...
Justin Miller is the most feared player on Clemson's defense. He's know
for his hits, but don't overlook the interceptions and the returns. And this
year, you can add in his receptions. We take a look at what makes Miller
tick. From being raised by his grandparents in Owensboro, Ky., to how he
fits in with his teammates, we take a look at Miller the person.
Every player on the 2003 two-deep roster is analyzed. You get inside
information on every player and what they need to do this season if
Clemson is to have a great season. You'll find out the tidbits on the
players that you. You also get an up-close look at each player with the
photography that you've come to expect from Tiger Insider.
Clif Collins tells us what it all boils down to with Georgia. It's a state that
has it's beauty. But when it comes to Athens, there's little to tell it from
Columbia. It's a place that Clemson fans, according to Collins, shouldn't
be passive about. The Georgia game should be marked on the calendar
with a red number because it's imperative that Clemson win the game to
retore things back to their natural order. Collins examines the reasons.
Former Clemson player and coach Lawson Holland is now on the
Washington Redskins staff. We caught up with Holland just before he hit
the golf course one day for a question & answer session that we have in
If there's one thing that Tommy Bowden can point to that'll make a
concrete difference in this year's team it's the two young assistants he
hired over the winter. David Blackwell and Dabo Swinney hope to bring
some fresh ideas and enthusiasm to the team. We find out more about
these two young coaches.
We break down Clemson's opponents and give an early line for all of the
And more in the latest Tiger Insider.
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