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.