The Clemson Tigers proved they’re among the elite athletic programs in the entire country this past season, dominating the Alabama Crimson Tide in the national championship. While the school has always been proud of its excellence, it will now have a piece of art to show for their contribution to their community, supporters and members.
Dabo Swinney has put the Tigers on the map from the moment he earned the head coaching position. Not only has he turned his players into proven winners, but he also established a culture that is predicated on acting professional.
Well, Clemson will soon have a statue heading to its football facilities that embodies the school’s desired qualities shown on and off the field. It is sharing a name with Clemson’s “All In” slogan, according to designer Gordon Huether.
“The 25-foot sculpture is entitled All In and is intended to serve as a gateway to the sports precinct and symbol of excellence for the entire Clemson community,” Huether said in his post about his latest work.
Check it out:
Fabrication for 'All In' continues here in the shop. This beauty will be headed off to Clemson University soon! pic.twitter.com/DpRi73NGHD
— Gordon Huether (@GordonHuether) February 13, 2019
It’ll be quite the addition to the beautiful campus and facilities at Clemson.
With Trevor Lawrence, Travis Etienne and other stars returning for next season, the Tigers will have a golden opportunity to repeat as champions of the college football world.