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Furman Head Football Coach Clay Hendrix, Class of 1986 (left), with Tommy Stevenson, Class of 1965, at Tommy's Country Ham House in 2017.

Since 1985, Furman University alumnus Tommy Stevenson ’65 has been arriving in the wee hours, every day to grind sausage, cut pork chops and cube his own steak at Tommy’s Country Ham House. A fixture in Greenville for over three decades, the classic meat-and-three is featured in a Blue Ridge Country restaurant round-up as diverse as Tommy’s menu of side options. Stevenson graduated with a bachelor’s in health and exercise science.

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