Clemson’s trophy visits GHS Children’s Hospital

Shown with the Tiger Cub and trophy is Selah Henderson, age 5, of North Carolina, sporting her own Clemson cheerleading outfit. Credit GHS

GREENVILLE, SC (GHS) – Patients at GHS Children’s Hospital were “all in” today when Clemson University’s newly-won College Football National Championship Trophy came calling, according to GHS.

Standing more than three-feet tall on its pedestal base, the gleaming trophy was almost taller than many of its littlest fans, with some patients rushing out of their hospital rooms just to catch a glimpse.

Credit: GHS
Shown with the Tiger Cub and trophy is Selah Henderson, age 5, of North Carolina, sporting her own Clemson cheerleading outfit. Credit: GHS

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