Clemson retires C.J. Spiller's No. 28
CLEMSON, S.C. -- Buffalo Bills rookie C.J. Spiller got one more ovation at Death Valley when Clemson retired his No. 28 jersey on Saturday.
Spiller was last year's ACC player of the year while setting 32 school records, and Tigers coach Dabo Swinney made sure it didn't take long to permanently honor those achievements.
"It's a great honor. It's a humbling experience," said Spiller, who joins Banks McFadden (No. 66) from the late 1930s and quarterback Steve Fuller (No. 4) from ...
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