I believe there are 22 away-from-home wins over ranked teams in the graveyard. (Might be short by a couple.) That dates back to 1948 when the tradition began, and does not include bowl/neutral site wins prior to the 2003 Peach Bowl. (Some people think tombstones for neutral site games is lame--I tend to agree, but whatever.) Also, the tombstones are over by the practice fields, not at Death Valley.
I don't know how many tombstones there are because there was originally just one tombstone with multiple games on it, that we added to after each qualifying win. We did not start putting up a new tombstone for each individual game until the 70s or 80s.
I think it's a great and fun tradition. Like every school, we have some good and some bad--the graveyard is a good one, IMO. If it hurts your feelings, you're just being sensitive.
Clemson fans are definitely excited to beat LSU. We were disappointed to miss out on the BCS, but were relieved and excited to at least draw an excellent matchup (just like I'm sure plenty of LSU fans were glad to play us, even if y'all weren't). Clemson has not been a great program since the 80s but playing programs like LSU is part of our road to hopefully get back there.
This post was edited on 1/28 at 2:02 pm