Clemson vs. Temple Tentatively Set for 12:40 PM Kickoff


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Clemson, SC-Clemson's October 22 football game vs. Temple at Clemson Memorial Stadium has tentatively been set for a 12:40 PM kickoff.
The game will be televised in the Philadelphia area on Comcast Sports in Philadelphia.

The kickoff could be moved to another time slot if one of
the ACC TV partners selects it for that week. The ACC TV partners
have until Monday, October 10 to select its games for that weekend.

"We are moving the kickoff back 20 minutes to assist Temple with television back to Philadelphia," said Clemson Athletic Director Dr. Terry Don Phillips. "Temple has been very cooperative in working with the ACC during the conference expansion transition from a scheduling standpoint."

The Temple game will be Youth Day at Death Valley and will be Clemson's only home game between September 25 and November 4.

Clemson opens its season against Texas A&M on September 3 at 8:00 PM. That game will be televised by ABC.


Clemson 2005 Football Schedule

Date		Opponent	Time	TV
Sept.	3	Texas A&M	8:00PM	ABC (Military Appreciation Day)

Sept.	10	at Maryland	12Noon	ESPN

Sept.	17	Miami (FL)	TBA	TBA (Hall of Fame Day)

Sept.	24	Boston College	TBA	TBA (Family Weekend)

Oct.	1	at Wake Forest	TBA	TBA 

Oct.	13	at NC State	7:45PM	ESPN

Oct.	22	Temple	        12:40PM	#Comcast (Youth Day)

Oct.	29	at Georgia Tech	TBA	TBA

Nov.	5	Duke	        TBA	TBA (Homecoming)

Nov.	12	Florida State	TBA	TBA

Nov.	19	at S. Carolina	TBA	TBA

#Shown in Philadelphia only

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