Clemson Adds Ohio State Tombstone to Graveyard to Honor Orange Bowl Victory

Kyle Newport@@KyleNewportFeatured ColumnistMarch 5, 2014

via @ClemsonFB

Every school has its traditions, so it's up to the university to carry on those traditions through the years.

The Clemson Tigers have a tradition to honor the football team's biggest victories. Every time the Tigers beat a ranked team on the road, they add a tombstone to "The Graveyard."

In the final game of the 2013-14 football season, Clemson knocked off No. 7 Ohio State in the Orange Bowl. Now there is a tombstone to commemorate the Tigers' 40-35 victory:

The tombstone carries on the tradition, and it will let fans reflect back on the only BCS bowl win in program history.

[Clemson FootballClemson Football h/t Greg Smith of Black Sports Online]

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