Homecoming Displays are a big part of Clemson's rich traditions

Homecoming Displays are a big part of Clemson's rich traditions

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Homecoming Displays are a big part of Clemson's rich traditions

Since 1914, homecoming has been a rich tradition on Clemson’s campus. Every year, students participate in building displays for Clemson’s annual pep rally called Tigerama, which is one of the largest student-run pep rallies in the country.

The Clemson Insider’s Olivia Garrison and Katie Florio spoke to students as they built their floats on Bowman Field this week in preperation for this week’s homecoming game against Wake Forest.

Students spoke about the tradition that makes Clemson so special.

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