The University of Clemson Tigers football program is one the most competitive teams in the country every year. The Tigers are also one of the storied old programs of the South. Playing in the always-competitive Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC), and holding conference titles -along with a 1981 National Championship title, the Clemson Tigers always seem to find their way into the top-25. Clemson has won over 20 conference championship titles, spanning 3 different conferences. Tigers fans believe every year, and with good reason, that their squad can contend for another national title. A home game at “Death Valley” in Clemson, South Carolina is an overwhelming experience you won’t soon forget. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Clemson Tigers football tickets.
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2017 Clemson Season Preview
Last year the Clemson Tigers had a fantastic year. The Tigers quarterback Deshaun Watson led the football team to their first undefeated regular season since 1981, a win in the ACC Championship Game, and an Orange Bowl win that advanced them to the CFP National Championship Game. Coming into the 2016 season, Clemson will be returning with the second fewest number of starting players in the ACC, but based on the Tigers history of team makeovers this will not be a concern. With the return of top wide receiver, Mike William, after his early 2015 season injury, the team behind Watson will result in even better numbers put up by the QB. As for the Tigers defense, they have reloaded with a powerhouse of underclassman and veteran players such as Austin Bryant and Ben Boulware. The 2016 schedule for Clemson consists of 7 home games and 5 away games. As a top contender for hoisting the trophy in the 2016 college football season, every week that the Tigers step on the field will be full of excitement.
Clemson Tigers Football at Memorial Stadium Address: 1 Avenue of Champions, Clemson, South Carolina, 29634
The Clemson Tigers play home games at Frank Howard Field at Memorial Stadium in Clemson, South Carolina. The stadium is known as “Death Valley” because it sits in a valley below a cemetery, and because of how hard it has been for visiting teams to win there. The crowd volume is one of the Clemson Tigers secret weapons at home. A 2005 home game against Miami set the all-time outdoor sporting event noise record, reaching 126 decibels! The Clemson Tigers home bench is on the Memorial Stadium sideline with sections A-J. Memorial Stadium parking information is covered in our Tigers event guide.
Memorial Stadium Experience
The Gamecocks and Tigers come together every year to decide South Carolina supremacy, and whether it’s in Columbia or Clemson it’s always a game to remember. This is a rivalry that came even before football, even going back as far as 19th century politics. The Palmetto Bowl is the biggest game of football in the state and it’s one of the best college football experiences in the country.
This is a new rivalry that was called the Bowden Bowl for nine years as it was a matchup between father and son head coaches. The game usually has a lot to do with the final ACC standings, and since it’s played late in the season a lot is on the line and the pressure builds up in both Death Valley and the Doak.
Clemson in the College Football Playoff, Bowl Games, and ACC Championship
The Tigers, who are sometimes called the “Fighting Tigers”, will be fighting to add another ACC title to their resume. The Clemson Tigers have an extraordinary double digit bowl game victories and the 15 ACC titles they currently hold are tied with Florida State for the most in ACC History. Ticketcity offers tickets to all college football bowl games and the ACC Championship Game.
2015 Clemson Football Preview
An unfortunate late game fumble kept Clemson from winning an ACC Atlantic Division title last season. But Clemson returns in 2015 with possibly the most talented team in the entire ACC. Sophomore quarterback DeShaun Watson will be given the reigns of the high powered Clemson offense, and will operate behind a veteran Clemson offensive line. But the biggest improvement for the Tigers in 2015 might be on the defensive side of the ball. The 2015 Clemson Tigers defense will start only one underclassman, and will be one of the most experienced units in the ACC. In what is a wide open year in the ACC, Clemson enters the season as the favorite to win a conference title. Top games on the 2015 Clemson Tiger schedule are at home against Notre Dame, Georgia Tech, and Florida State.
2014 Clemson Football Preview
2013 saw the end of one of the most successful eras in Clemson football history. Departing quarterback Taj Boyd finished his career for the Tigers with over 1,400 completions, almost 12,000 yards, and 107 touchdowns. Also departing from the Orange Bowl winning squad is wide receiver Phenom Sammy Watkins. But spirits are as high as ever at Clemson as Dabo Swinney has built a program that looks to have staying power near the top of the ACC. Cole Stoudt will finally have a chance to step out of Boyd’s shadow and keep the high powered Tigers attack moving. Look for senior running back D.J. Howard to get plenty of touches and for wide receivers Charone Peake and Adam Humphries to tear through defenses. There will be little time to adjust to the new faces as 2 of the Tigers top games come in the season’s first 3 weeks. Clemson plays at Georgia in week 1 and then travels to Tallahassee to take on defending national champion Florida State in week 3. Expect the Tigers to continue to be competitive and remain one of the premier programs in the ACC.
2013 Clemson Football Preview
Fresh off back-to-back seasons of at least 10 wins, and a victory over LSU in the Chick-fil-A Bowl, the Clemson Tigers have positioned themselves to become a major factor in college football in 2013. Star quarterback Tajh Boyd returns for his senior season after leading the Tigers’ offense to the sixth highest scoring unit in the country. With the potential Heisman Trophy candidate and reigning ACC Player of the Year under center for one final season, Dabo Swinney’s team will be in the national championship conversation all year long. Sammy Watkins will lead Clemson’s receiving core after the departed DeAndre Hopkins to the NFL. Watkins finished with over 700 receiving yards and three touchdowns in 2012.
Clemson has ranked in the top 20 in the nation in average attendance for 22 consecutive seasons and they will use that home field advantage when they open the season against Georgia. The Tigers conclude their season when they travel to state rival South Carolina.
2011 Clemson Football Preview
On paper, it might seem like Clemson won't be competing for the ACC title this year. After all, the Tigers are coming of their first losing season since 1998 and haven't won the conference crown in 20 years. However, with a wealth of returning talent and the fact that many of their losses in 2010 were heartbreakers, there's no reason Clemson can't be in the conversation.
The offense will be turned over to quarterback Tajh Boyd after last year's starter Kyle Parker left to play baseball. Boyd is untested but he will be surrounded by a bevvy of talented playmakers. Among the players with big-play potential are junior running back Andre Ellington and sophomore wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins, both of whom could take it to house at a moment's notice.
The Clemson defense was among the stingiest in the conference last year, and chances are it will be that way again in 2011. Brandon Thompson and Andre Branch will lead the way on the defensive line, but it will be the linebacking corps that will really make or break the squad. Junior Corico Hawkins is among the best linebackers in the ACC, and freshman Stephone Anthony is expected to make a splash right away.
2010 Clemson Football Preview
In his first full season as coach of the Clemson Tigers football team, Dabo Swinney helped the club capture its first ever Atlantic Division championship and first ACC Conference Championship berth in almost two decades, finishing with a 9-5 overall record. Entering 2010, Swinney faces a few huge questions as he prepares to keep a nearly spotless tenure with the Clemson club.
First and foremost, the team's starting quarterback, Kyle Parker, may chose to forego another year of Clemson football and instead play professional baseball. The two-sport athlete was recently selected in the first round of the MLB draft by the Colorado Rockies. In the meantime, the Tigers are preparing backup Tajh Boyd to step into the starter role.
Given the transition at QB, Clemson might need to rely on its defense to remain at the top of the Atlantic Division. The team brings back three starters on the defensive line as well as defensive ends Andre Branch and Malliciah Goodman, who showed much promise last year. In addition, All-American cornerback DeAndre McDaniel should hold down a secondary that lost two veterans in the offseason.
The Clemson Tigers kick off their season at home against North Texas on September 4.