As spring football winds down each year, us football enthusiasts have always had other sporting options to pass the time. There’s March Madness, and all the craziness that comes along with it, although Clemson rarely participates.

Then there is Clemson baseball, the regionals, supers, and CWS. And Monte Lee’s team was off to a stellar start. This year the fans also had softball, who was also off to quite the impressive start in the programs first season of competition. Then of course, there’s the NBA and MLB.

This year, there will be none of that. What will we do to pass the time? Well, fortunately the internet is still around, and with that you can access all kinds of fantastic Clemson content from years past.

Today we give you a five ideas on how to pass the time….

2011 Clemson vs Va Tech ACC Championship:

Dabo Swinney’s first ACC Title, and the Tigers first since 1991. For the second time that season, Kevin Steele’s defense put the clamps on the Hokies, as Clemson got a dominating win.

1989 Gator Bowl Clemson vs West Virginia

In the first ever meeting between the two schools, Clemson would beat the Mountaineers 27-7. This one was close for three quarters, despite Major Harris taking a beating all game long. A beating so bad, his mom almost came out of the stands to protect her baby boy.

It also happened to be Danny Ford’s last game as Clemson head coach.

1981 Clemson vs Georgia

The Tigers would end the reigning national champions 15 game winning streak, on the way to winning a national title of their own. The first in program history.

1981 UNC vs Clemson

Another game on the road to the Tigers first title in 1981, with Clemson winning 10-8. The Heels were a good program back then, and on this day gave Clemson what might have been their toughest challenge that season.

1981 Orange Bowl Clemson vs Nebraska

Danny Ford and the Tigers win the programs first national title, knocking Tom Osborne’s powerhouse Nebraska Cornhuskers. The game that made Ford a legend in just his third season leading the team.

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