Radakovich discusses idea of Clemson home games on Thursday and Friday

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Clemson athletic director Dan Radakovich talked to the media on Friday afternoon on many topics including answering a question on the issue of playing Clemson football home games on days other than Saturday.

"We played a couple of years ago on a Thursday, and we made a deposit in the bank with our conference," Radakovich said. "There are some schools in our league where non-traditional gamedays work better than others, so I think that as we rotate through, I’m never going to say never that we won’t play another Thursday night game. We will not play on Friday."

However, the Clemson athletic director thinks that a Labor Day game or Thursday night game in some situations gives Clemson some exposure on national television.

"But a non-traditional game, on Labor Day or a Thursday night, somewhere down the road? Maybe that is going to be in our program’s best interest from a visibility perspective. But in the foreseeable future, we don’t have any of those on our agenda."

Dan Radakovich

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