CLEMSON, S.C. -- Clemson averaged more than 80,000 fans a game for just the second time in the school's history, ticket manager Van Hilderbrand says.
The Tigers averaged 80,152 people over six games at Memorial Stadium this season, Hilderbrand said Wednesday. Clemnson had a total paid attendance of 480,911.
Clemson's 41-27 loss to Florida State on Nov. 3 drew the fourth largest crowd in the school's history at 85,036.
The attendence record is an average of 81,750 in 1988. Home games against Florida State and South Carolina helped set the record.
Clemson sold 57,506 season tickets this year, the second highest total in school history.
The Tigers have had four of their top five single-game crowds under coach Tommy Bowden.