A class act

This is why I am always proud to be a Clemson alum and fan – posted on Heather Dinich’s ESPNU ACC Blog:

The Clemson athletic department received this letter Wednesday from Boston College coach Jeff Jagodzinski:

Dear Clemson Fans,

On behalf of the entire Boston College football program, I would like to thank you for the prayers, concern and good wishes expressed for our wide receiver, Clarence Megwa, since his serious injury in our November 1 football game. We have received dozens of emails from supportive Clemson fans inquiring about Clarence’s condition and wishing him well.

I am happy to report that Clarence did have successful leg surgery this past Tuesday and is recovering nicely. Hopefully he will be discharged from the hospital soon.

We were touched but not surprised by your classy display of concern and support. Tiger Nation should be very proud. Thanks again from the Eagles.

Jeff Jagodzinski, Head Coach

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