2000 Clemson Football Schedule Released

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CLEMSON, S.C. -- Clemson will play seven home games, including a non-conference
meeting with the University of Missouri in the year 2000. The Tigers will
open the season on September 2 against The Citadel, the first of three home
games to open the new century. Missouri will come to Clemson on September
9, the return game for Clemson's trip to Missouri in 1996. Wake Forest
will be Clemson's first league opponent. The 1999 bowl bound Demon Deacons
come to Clemson on September 16.

Clemson's first of four ACC road games will be at Virginia on
September 23, while Clemson will play its fifth game in September on
September 30 at Duke.

Clemson will play four games in October and three
of those will be home conference games. NC State will come to Death Valley
on October 7 and the Tigers will be out to avenge consecutive losses to the
Wolfpack. Maryland will be at Death Valley on October 14 in hopes of a win
in Death Valley for the first time since 1985. Then Clemson travels to
North Carolina for an October 21st contest. Georgia Tech and Clemson will
meet in Death Valley on October 28th. The two teams have played four
straight games that have been decided by exactly three points.

Clemson has just two games in the month of November. Bowden Bowl
II will be in Tallahassee on November 4. The Tigers will have two weeks to
prepare for the annual rivalry game with South Carolina, which will be
played at Clemson on November 18th. Clemson plays on 10 consecutive
Saturdays before its November 11 open date.

Clemson 2000 Football Schedule

Home games in all CAPS

Sept. 2     THE CITADEL
Sept. 9	    MISSOURI
Sept. 16    WAKE FOREST
Sept. 23    at Virginia
Sept. 30    at Duke
Oct. 7      NC STATE
Oct. 14	    MARYLAND
Oct. 21	    at North Carolina
Oct. 28	    GEORGIA TECH
Nov. 4      at Florida State
Kickoff times TBA

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