Though Clemson fans this past weekend were fully expecting to see C.J. Spiller honored at halftime of the Clemson-Maryland game when his number 28 was retired, Spiller pulled out a different number of his own.
The Clemson alum presented school president James Barker and athletic director Terry Don Phillips with a check for $100K for the “One Clemson Fund”.
“I am proud to be a Clemson graduate,” said Spiller. “This is my school and I am very appreciative of the positive effect Clemson has had on my life. I want to give back and say thanks.”
Spiller became just the third player in Clemson history to have his number retired joining Steve Fuller (1975-78) and Banks McFadden (1937-39).
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