National Championship Trophy will be on display

National Championship Trophy will be on display

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National Championship Trophy will be on display

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College basketball fans in the Clemson area will be able to catch an in-person view of the Ferris Mowers NABC National Championship Trophy that is currently on tour at arenas across the country.

The trophy’s next stop will be Saturday when Clemson hosts Pittsburgh. The keepsake, given to the winner of the NCAA men’s basketball tournament, will be on display inside Littlejohn Coliseum before and during the game.

  • Display Date: Saturday, Pitt at Clemson game
  • Display Location: Inside Littlejohn Coliseum, SW corner of the concourse near the Hall of Fame Plaza
  • Display Timing: 11 a.m. through the second half of the game
  • Live in-game videoboard announcement
  • Previous Trophy Tour stops this season: Houston and Lawrence, Kansas
  • Trophy will also be on display at Landscapers Supply (18 min. from campus) today from 11am – 2pm at 420 Williams Ave. in Easley, S.C.

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