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Caldwell selected to Furman Hall of Fame

CLEMSON, S.C. — Clemson Offensive Line Coach Robbie Caldwell, a graduate of Furman University, has been selected to the Furman Athletic Hall of Fame. On Wednesday, Furman Athletics announced Caldwell’s inclusion as one of two members in this year’s class to be honored during an induction ceremony on Friday, Sept. 20.

Caldwell was a three-year letterman as a center at Furman from 1973-75 and is one of only two offensive linemen in the program’s history to earn team MVP honors in the last 46 seasons. As a sophomore, he played a key role in Furman going 7-4 following a 2-9 finish in 1972, making the Paladins the most improved program in the nation.