Daniel Rodriguez, Purple Heart recipient, scores 1st career TD
War hero Daniel Rodriguez scored his first career touchdown against Citadel on a fly sweep from Cole Stoudt.
Clemson wide receiver Daniel Rodriguez recorded his first career touchdown in the Tigers' 52-6 win against Citadel on Saturday. The 25-year-old Purple Heart recipient has mostly played special teams this season, but got an opporutnity to score on a fly sweep from Cole Stoudt.
Rodriguez was awarded the Purple Heart and Bronze Star Medal after he was wounded in 2009 during the Battle of Kamdesh. After tours of duty in Iraq and Afghanistan, Rodriguez joined the team in 2012 thanks to an NCAA waiver. He recorded three receptions last season and entered Saturday's game with five catches on the year.
However, the kicker to this cool moment for Rodriguez is that Saturday was also Military Appreciation Day at Clemson.
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