30% off: Dabo Swinney and Clemson's Rise to College Football Greatness


by -

We are pleased to offer TigerNet fans a fantastic 30% discount on Top of the Hill - Dabo Swinney and Clemson's Rise to College Football Greatness, paperback edition, which was just released!

Support TigerNet by using code TIGERNET30 to save 30% on this great new book. This would make a great Christmas gift for any tiger fan!

>Click here to order<<

Use code TIGERNET30

Tracing the thrilling hot streak of South Carolina's favorite team

When Dabo Swinney officially took over Clemson football for the 2009 season, it was considered a good program that couldn't quite recapture the greatness of the Danny Ford era. Dabo had spent his entire life as an underdog, but his defiant grit pushed him past personal hardships and professional adversity. His simple formula—faith, family, forgiveness, fortitude, and fun—pushed the Clemson football program past its potential and to the next level, taking the Tigers to 10 bowl games and four ACC championships, earning three College Football Playoff appearances, and most importantly, capturing the 2016 national championship. In Top of the Hill: Dabo Swinney and Clemson's Rise to College Football Greatness, Greenville News sports columnist and Clemson insider Manie Robinson traces Dabo's coaching ascension along Clemson football's return to glory, going behind the scenes of one of the powerhouse programs in the country.

Comment on this story
Print   
Send Feedback to TigerNet Staff: Email | Comment
Swinney on Trevor Lawrence: He needs to "keep doing what he's doing"
Swinney on Trevor Lawrence: He needs to "keep doing what he's doing"
WATCH: 5-star commit Bryan Bresee week one highlights
WATCH: 5-star commit Bryan Bresee week one highlights
WATCH: DeAndre Hopkins breaks down his tattoos
WATCH: DeAndre Hopkins breaks down his tattoos
Advanced outlook: Clemson-Charlotte projections, Tigers through three games
Advanced outlook: Clemson-Charlotte projections, Tigers through three games
Post your comments!
Sign Up for E-Mail News Alerts
Features
Breaking
Daily Digest