Clemson has sold out football season tickets

Thursday, July 10, 2014 7:16 AM
Last updated 6:47 PM
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CLEMSON — Clemson says it’s sold out of football season tickets.

Athletic department spokesman Joe Galbraith said Wednesday that the school had sold all of the more than 52,000 season tickets at Memorial Stadium for its seven-game home schedule.

Clemson’s athletic ticket office is selling single-game tickets for all home games at Death Valley except for the season-finale with South Carolina on Nov. 29.

The school said it surpassed last year’s season-ticket sales by more than 1,000.

The Tigers went 11-2 last season, finishing No. 8 in the country in the final national rankings. Clemson’s home season starts September 6th against South Carolina State.

The Tigers went 6-1 at home a year ago, losing only to national champion Florida State 51-14.

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AFjoe 07/10/14 - 07:55 am
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Good news

Well...that certainly is good news.

bright idea
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bright idea 07/10/14 - 08:38 am
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Wrong headline

If they are still selling single game tickets they must not be sold out.

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