Football Home Game Designations Set for 2007


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The home game designations for the 2007 football season have been set, as announced by the Clemson Athletic Department on Tuesday afternoon. The Tigers will play host to seven home games in 2007, the second straight season that seven games will be played in Clemson Memorial Stadium and the 10th time in school history.


The Labor Day opener on Monday, September 3 against Florida State has been designated a One Clemson...Solid Orange event. The 2007 Clemson Athletic Hall of Fame class will be inducted at the September 8 contest against Louisiana-Monroe. Family Weekend will be celebrated when the Tigers play host to Furman on September 15.


The Virginia Tech game on October 6 will be Military Appreciation Day. This year's Homecoming game will be October 20 against Central Michigan. The November 10 game against Wake Forest has been designated IPTAY Day and Youth Day. The Tigers' final home game, on November 17 vs. Boston College, will be Football Reunion Day for 2007.


Game times will be set at a later date.

2007 Clemson Football Schedule

Date Opponent Designation
Sept. 3 Florida State One Clemson...Solid Orange
Sept. 8 Louisiana-Monroe Hall of Fame
Sept. 15 Furman Family Weekend
Sept. 22 at NC State
Sept. 29 at Georgia Tech
Oct. 6 Virginia Tech Military Appreciation Day
Oct. 13 OPEN DATE
Oct. 20 Central Michigan Homecoming
Oct. 27 at Maryland
Nov. 3 at Duke
Nov. 10 Wake Forest IPTAY Day/Youth Day
Nov. 17 Boston College Football Reunion Day
Nov. 24 at South Carolina

(home games are in bold)

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