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Wounded Warriors Invited To Tour Clemson

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A group from The Wounded Warriors Program is getting a tour of Clemson University's campus and its football stadium. (IPTAY Media/Rex Brown) A group from The Wounded Warriors Program is getting a tour of Clemson University's campus and its football stadium. (IPTAY Media/Rex Brown)
The tour is scheduled to start Thursday morning at the Scroll of Honor memorial site which honors the school's nearly 500 alumni who were killed from World War I through the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. (IPTAY Media/Rex Brown) The tour is scheduled to start Thursday morning at the Scroll of Honor memorial site which honors the school's nearly 500 alumni who were killed from World War I through the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. (IPTAY Media/Rex Brown)
CLEMSON, S.C. -

A group from The Wounded Warriors Program is getting a tour of Clemson University's campus and its football stadium.

The tour is scheduled to start Thursday morning at the Scroll of Honor memorial site which honors the school's nearly 500 alumni who were killed from World War I through the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.

The group will then get to tour the weight room and locker rooms at Clemson's Memorial Stadium and look at Howard's Rock. They will then be treated to a lunch at the stadium where they will hear from athletic director Dan Radakovich and wide receiver Daniel Rodriguez, who received the Purple Heart and Bronze Star while serving in Afghanistan.

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