Memorial Stadium at Clemson University; Frank Howard Field

Clemson University Memorial Field

This edition of 32 Stadiums, 32 Days is coming from a top ranked preseason team. Memorial Stadium is the playground for the preseason #2 ranked Clemson Tigers. However it is known more as "Death Valley", a nickname popularized by Presbyterian head coach, Lonnie McMillan due to the regular losses he experienced there as well as the Clemson University cemetery that used to overlook the stadium prior to the upper decks being built. With a capacity of over 81,000 Tigers, Clemson is currently the second largest stadium in the ACC. 

Memorial Stadium also played host to the NFL's Carolina Panthers for their inaugural 1995 season. 

Clemson Memorial Field Night Shot