Paint Charlotte Orange & White

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Clemson University has a well-deserved reputation for supporting its football team on the road as much as in Death Valley. The perfect opportunity is now presented to the Tiger faithful with the Clemson-Temple game scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 12 at 7:30 p.m.

The Number 12th ranked Tigers will have a headstart for the day as Danny Ford will be speaking at a Charlotte Touchdown Club luncheon the day of the game. Clemson will be playing in the home of the Carolina Panthers, who enjoyed the hospitality of Memorial Stadium during their inaugural NFL season. In addition, ESPNU's "Sportscenter U" will broadcast live outside the stadium from 6:30 p.m. to kickoff, and again for halftime and postgame.

Ticket sales have been sluggish for the game, despite the fact that many good seats are still available. Many fans have assumed that tickets for the game would be hard to find. Come support the Tigers as they continue their march to the ACC title.

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