Danny L. Cannon, 63, stands in front of his home in the Calhoun neighborhood in Clemson, S.C. Cannon is a diehard Clemson football fan, but he and his neighbors have been feeling increased pressure from living less than two miles from the university. Cannon says the neighborhood is a fraction of the size it was when he first moved there 40 years ago. Over the years, hotels, apartments and most recently, a $25 million student housing complex, have been built in parts of what used to be the neighborhood. "You gotta hold onto what you have. It's family land. It's my land," Cannon says.