(WATCH) Extended 2020 Highlight Reel From Shadow of Death Valley: ‘UNITY’

They have done it again. The folks over at Shadow of Death Valley have put together another masterpiece highlighting the 2020 Clemson Football season.

You will be hard pressed to find someone putting out better highlight videos than what you will see routinely put out on this channel. If you haven’t subscribed to this channel we highly recommend doing so.

Check out their latest, “UNITY.” It’s a long one, but well worth the watch.

Amidst the storied history of Clemson Football, 2020 proved to be one of the most unique seasons ever experienced by a select few in Death Valley. A summer of discontent gave way to a fall forged with resilience and grace, as leaders emerged to set the pace both on and off the field. Names like Darien Rencher and Trevor Lawrence spoke out in an effort to promote unity and equality before fighting a concerted effort to save a season that was truly on the brink. As Lawrence cemented his status as Clemson’s soon to be first #1 overall draft pick and the face of college football in 2020, his battery mate Travis Etienne ran down pretty much every Clemson and ACC record on file while furthering his own cause as one of Clemson’s greatest all time players.

“Joining 9 and 16 on offense were two super seniors in Amari Rodgers and Cornell Powell who stepped up and carried the mantle of WRU in Coach Tony Elliott’s first full season as sole OC. While the Tigers lit up the scoreboard, their defense was enlivened by an infusion of freshman talent along the line in the forms of Bryan Bresee and Myles Murphy who summoned memories of young Power Rangers ripening on the vine. Brent Venables unleashed a pair of senior Bruise Brothers in James Skalski and Baylon Spector, while underclassmen Trenton Simpson and Andrew Booth provided glimpses of a ridiculously athletic future for the Tiger D.”

As Coach Dabo Swinney navigated a season wrought with twists and turns heretofore unseen in previous campaigns, Tiger fans were treated once again to shades of things to come as Travis Etienne set the all time ACC mark on a day where freshman phenom QB DJ Uiagalelei was pressed into comeback duty. The steady brilliance of Lawrence and Etienne set the pace for a sixth consecutive CFP trip made possible by an avenging evisceration of Notre Dame in Charlotte, as the Tigers locked up a solid decade of consecutive 10 win seasons. In this most challenging of seasons, UNITY was paramount and evident in all that these Tigers accomplished individually and collectively.

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