Death Valley is one of the most intimidating stadiums for a visiting football team to walk into. Death Valley is home to the Clemson Tigers’ football program which is now regarded as one of the best programs in all of college. Clemson belongs to the Atlantic Coast Conference in the Atlantic Division and the have been a part of the ACC since the conference was formed back in 1953.
The Clemson Tigers have risen to prominence in the college football world over the years. The Tigers football program routinely produces top NFL prospects. In their decorated history the Tigers have won numerous ACC titles and two National Championships. The first NCAA Championship title came following the 1981 season when the Tigers defeated the Cornhuskers in the Orange Bowl; the second came after a nail-biting game against the Alabama Crimson Tide in the 2016 NCAA College Football playoff Championship Game. Overcoming a large deficit with a 21-point fourth quarter, the Clemson Tigers rejoiced as they defeated a football powerhouse for the school’s second ever Football National Championship title. Their history does not stop there: former Tigers head football coach John Heisman had the college football’s top award, the Heisman Trophy named after him. The Clemson Tigers also have possibly the greatest tradition in all of college football which includes a grand entrance into the stadium before every home game.
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National Football Championships: 2016, 1981
Coaches: Dabo Swinney
Consensus All-Americans: C.J. Spiller, Vic Beasley, Shaq Lawson, Dwayne Allen