Fri, 13 Aug 2010 17:07:17 GMT — CLEMSON, S.C. (AP) -- Former Clemson star C.J. Spiller's not done with Death Valley yet. Athletic spokesman Tim Bourret said the school will retire Spiller's No. 28 at a ceremony when the Tigers play Maryland at home on Oct. 16. Spiller was the Atlantic Coast Conference player of the year last fall and was taken No. 9 overall in the NFL draft by Buffalo. The Bills have a bye week Oct. 17, making Spiller available for the honor. Spiller, of Lake Butler, Fla., capped a stellar career last season by finishing as the ACC's all-time leader in all-purpose yardage (7,558 yards) and set an NCAA mark with eighth kickoff return touchdown. He was the only player to score a touchdown in all his games last season and finished sixth in voting for the Heisman Trophy.
WACH WACHFox provides coverage of news, sports, weather and local events in the Columbia, South Carolina area, including Lexington, Elgin, Cayce, Chapin, Peak, Blythewood, Newberry, Camden, Mulberry, Sumter, Eastover, Aiken, and Orangeburg, SC.