WATCH: The History of the Tiger Paw


by - Assoc. Editor -
Discuss on the Football Message Board   Print   | TigerNetcom Facebook ClemsonTigerNet Twitter TigerNet RSS Feed

Video Description: (courtesy - Jeff Bennett) How the paw came to Clemson, straight from the man in charge.

Hootie Ingram's Wikipedia bio - Cecil W. "Hootie" Ingram (born September 2, 1933) is a former American football player, coach, and college athletics administrator in the United States. He played for the University of Alabama from 1952 to 1954 and was selected as an All-SEC defensive back in 1952. He worked as an assistant football coach at several colleges, including the University of Georgia and University of Arkansas before receiving a head coaching assignment at Clemson University from 1970 to 1972. He was an administrator with the Southeastern Conference in the 1970s and later served as an athletic director at Florida State University (1981–89) and Alabama (1989–95).

Send Feedback to Tony Crumpton: Email | Comment
Discuss on the Football Message Board   Print   | TigerNetcom Facebook ClemsonTigerNet Twitter TigerNet RSS Feed
Post your comments!
Wednesday night update: Swinney recounts Bobby Dodd's house of horrors
Wednesday night update: Swinney recounts Bobby Dodd's house of horrors
WATCH: Swinney's comments after practice on Wednesday
WATCH: Swinney's comments after practice on Wednesday
Clemson Basketball ranked in preseason poll
Clemson Basketball ranked in preseason poll
WATCH: Clemson's new faces making plays in 2018
WATCH: Clemson's new faces making plays in 2018
Tigers play host to top 2020 recruit out of Dorman
Tigers play host to top 2020 recruit out of Dorman
Swinney talks ACC opener, updates Clemson DT injury status
Swinney talks ACC opener, updates Clemson DT injury status
5-star guard picks SEC school over Clemson
5-star guard picks SEC school over Clemson
Coordinators; Big Plays; Opponents' Defenses
Coordinators; Big Plays; Opponents' Defenses
WATCH: Clemson vs. Georgia Tech Preview
WATCH: Clemson vs. Georgia Tech Preview
Sign Up for E-Mail News Alerts
Features
Breaking
Daily Digest