Tommy Bowden to Host Annual Ladies Clinic Saturday


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Clemson, SC--The seventh annual Tommy Bowden Ladies Football Clinic
will be held Saturday July 29 from 8:30 AM to 4:15 PM at Clemson
University. Check in will be located in Jervey Gym and the
registration fee will be $30.00. The days activities include lectures
from coaches, lunch, t-shirts, door prizes, and tours of the
facilities. Another highlight of the day will be the opportunity to
rub Howard's Rock, and run down the hill.

Lectures will be given on defense, special teams, officiating,
equipment, and offense. There will also be a time for player question
and answer.


This event is held every summer to give women the opportunity to ask
questions about football and provide an insight into the game. For
information or to register for this event please call 864-656-1915.

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