Sport Look: Strange Clemson-themed sweater appears with interesting typo

19:19  19 june  2017
19:19  19 june  2017 Source:   theScore

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  Look: Strange Clemson-themed sweater appears with interesting typo © Twitter/EarlyGirlSC Of all the possible misspellings or merchandise errors that could possibly happen to a Clemson-themed piece of clothing, this may just be the most interesting.

A Clemson sweater, reportedly located in South Korea, was found hanging with the word "Crimson" emblazoned on the front rather than "Clemson."

The mistake is rather ironic given that Clemson defeated Alabama in the national championship in January, something Crimson Tide fans haven't forgotten in the slightest.

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