Death Valley Is Back

by - Radio Host -

One of the things that has been lost in last few days is the resurgence of Death Valley. Memorial Stadium is once again Death Valley. The last two seasons Death Valley has once again become one of the toughest places in the country to play. The crowds have been loud and into the games in the past two seasons. The energy and enthusiasm are back and the players say they can feel it. I have been all around the country and seen a lot of the top stadiums and atmospheres. The Swamp, FSU, Texas A&M, Tennessee, UGA, etc are some of the toughest places I have been to but Clemson is as loud as any. Next season Texas A&M, Miami, FSU and Boston College come to Clemson and the atmosphere should once again be electric. The Clemson fans should be proud of their atmosphere and should look forward to 2005.

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