Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Clemson Spring Game

Oh Football. I miss football. If you're new here, you may not know that we are OBSESSED with Clemson football. But don't worry, once the fall rolls around, you'll see the obsession first hand.

Saturday was the annual Orange-White Spring Game. The day is full of activities for "Little Tigers", an alumni football game, and the Spring Game where the current team plays each other.

We got there early to spend the day in Tiger-Town. it was B-E-A-utiful outside.

Gray was super thrilled about her "GoGo" hand stamp. She calls EVERYTHING that has a tiger paw or tiger stripes on it "GoGo". This may, or may not have anything to do with how many times she's heard us yell GOOOOOO at the football games.
We'll work on the word "Tiger" later, but for now, GoGo is cute.

Death Valley looks soooo weird empty, but it's still beautiful.
We sat and watched the alumni game for a little while.

It's not very often you get an empty stadium and good photo opportunities without lots of people in the background. Baby girl liked her perch on the wall.

I can't get this kid to smile in a picture with me for anything. Her Daddy...yes. Me...No. At least she's making a sweet face and fixing my hair for me.

Sweet Sweet baby toes for game day!

Our new favorite family portrait. With Howards Rock. Every Clemson fan should have this picture...we're a little late taking ours.

Hubby's new favorite picture. We met CJ Spiller and got him to autograph some of Gray's things for us. He is truly a Clemson legend.

We didn't make it through the whole spring game. Too. Much. Football.

We can't wait for September for all of the games to start again.
College football season is by far my favorite season.


  1. Awesome! I graduated from Clemson too and am hoping to get to a game this fall! (we're in NC) I love seeing your pics from the games!

  2. How fun! We skipped the Orange and Blue game here this year (Go Gators!) because we had teeball and softball games. CJ Spiller's hometown is only about an hour away from here and our local high school plays his in many sports. We saw him play as a high schooler more than once. Funny to see him now as a big grown-up professional!


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