Saturday proclaimed “Clemson Tigers National Football Champions Day” by Governor

Photo courtesy WLTX-TV Columbia

COLUMBIA, SC (WSPA) – South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley has issued a proclamation designating Saturday as “Clemson Tigers National Football Champions Day.”

The day will recognize the Clemson University Tigers for becoming the 2016 National Champions.

A parade will be held in Clemson beginning at 9:00am on Saturday.

SEE: Full proclamation from Gov. Haley

Tuesday, the Clemson University flag was flown over the Statehouse to honor the Tigers.

Gov. Haley issued a statement then saying, “I’m a proud Clemson alum, I’m a proud governor, and I’m a proud South Carolinian. Clemson showed their heart and humility throughout the entire season, and in an unforgettable national championship victory, they reminded us that, with faith and hard work, anything is possible. That’s what defines South Carolina.”

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