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November 13, 1967
•Frank Howard, Clemson athletic director, when approached by rowing enthusiasts for financial aid from the athletic department: "Clemson will never subsidize a sport where a man sits on his tail and goes backward."
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September 04, 1967
•Frank Howard, Clemson University football coach, on his son, a halfback: "I simply told Jimmy when he got out of high school I wanted him at a school where he could get a fine education and play for the best coach...
June 26, 1967
•Frank Howard, Clemson football coach, on Bear Bryant: "The Bear's always been ahead of us humans. Even when we started the two-platoon system, he was using three platoons: one on offense, one on defense and one to...