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The Bulldogs looked for trouble and found it
Joe Jares
October 09, 1967
It is not for nothing that the small swale which is the site of Clemson's Memorial Stadium is called Death Valley by opponents, and only a last-quarter touchdown run enabled highly favored Georgia to escape alive
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October 09, 1967

The Bulldogs Looked For Trouble And Found It

It is not for nothing that the small swale which is the site of Clemson's Memorial Stadium is called Death Valley by opponents, and only a last-quarter touchdown run enabled highly favored Georgia to escape alive

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He is, indeed, and he may even start to develop the kind of following that hallowed Bear Bryant has over at Alabama. Jokes about Bryant's near divinity have been all the rage in Dixie, and there is a famous trick photograph that shows the Bear walking on water. Last week a cartoon was circulated on the Georgia campus that showed Vince Dooley running on water—and carrying Bear Bryant in his arms.

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