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CLEMSON _ An unusual sort of trophy will be added at the entrance to Clemson's football practice field to commemorate the Tigers' 47-44 overtime victory over Georgia Tech on Saturday in Atlanta.
Andy Johnston, Clemson assistant athletics director for football management, is in charge of ordering a gravestone for Clemson's mock "graveyard," which contains stones celebrating the Tigers' road wins over ranked teams throughout history. Georgia Tech was ranked No. 9.
This will be the first gravestone added during coach Tommy Bowden's tenure.
Bowden usually sits on one of the stones when he gives his daily interviews following practice.
"I'd like to sit on my own grave, no pun intended," Bowden said.
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