Led the Gamecocks to back-to-back national titles in 2010 and ’11 as well as six College World Series appearances, three SEC championships and six SEC East titles.
As Clemson director of athletics (1971-85), oversaw revitalization of Memorial Stadium from 18,000 seats to more than 80,000.
Will always be remembered as the QB who led Clemson to the 1981 National Championship and ACC crown. He passed for 1,630 yards.
Legendary ‘Voice of the Clemson Tigers’ for 36 years passed away in 2003. At the time was only ACC play-by-play man to do football, basketball and baseball.
Is second all-time in career home runs in South Carolina history with 48. Led Gamecocks to 155-45-2 record, including 51-6-1 in 1975.
Citadel running back had six 100-yard rushing games in 1994. Played in NFL for nine years and is first Citadel player to win a Super Bowl ring (1996).
The 6-8, 230-pound bruiser from Furman dominated Southern Conference hoops while averaging 17.9 points and 12.6 rebounds.
Coached baseball at Bamberg-Ehrhardt for 45 years and owns the most wins by a high school baseball coach in the country (840-251).
From Staff Reports