NCSU Sold Out, Some Tickets Remain for GT

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NC State Game Sold Out September 9, 2004

Clemson, SC-A limited number of general admission tickets for students high school age and under will be available at Clemson Memorial Stadium this Saturday. These $8 tickets will be on sale at Gate 11 at Memorial Stadium beginning at 5:00 PM on Saturday afternoon.
Other than the sale of these limited high school gate tickets, Saturday night's game with Georgia Tech is a sellout. A crowd of 82,000 is anticipated for the contest that will be televised by ABC.

Kickoff is slated for 8:00 PM.

Clemson Assistant Athletic Director and Ticket Manager Bobby Skelton announced Thursday that the NC State game scheduled for October 30 is
also sold out. There will be a student ticket distribution for
that game in October and some tickets could become available after the student distribution because that game will be played during Clemson's Fall Break. But, until that student ticket distribution is completed, no NC State tickets will be available.

Tickets remain for the Utah State game on October 16, which is homecoming, and for the Maryland game on October 23. The South Carolina game on November 20 is sold out.

For information on all tickets call the Clemson ticket office at 1-800-CLEMSON or go on line at

Tickets for Clemson's home games against Wake Forest, Utah State, Maryland , and N.C. State remain available online at or by calling the ticket office.

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