Clemson Announces Special Football Days and Ticket Prices

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Clemson, SC--The Clemson Athletic Department has announced that the Maryland football game on October 14 has been designated Homecoming/Parents' Day. The time of that game will not be determined until 12 days prior to the contest.

Clemson also announced that September 2 season opener against the Citadel will kickoff at 6:00, PM and will-be designated. IPTAY/Tiger Cub Club Day. The contest with The Citadel is the only start time that is known at this time. Game times for the first four contests of the year should be known by mid-July, while the rest of the kickoffs will be determined 12 days prior to the game.

The Missouri contest on September 9 has been designated Hall of Fame Day, while the September 16 Wake Forest game will be Youth Day. The NC State game on October 7 will be the Textile Bowl and Bowl Reunion Day, while the Georgia Tech game on October 28 will be Tiger Pride Day.

Ticket prices for the 2000 season will remain the same. All home games will be $25 with the except of the South Carolina ticket, which will be $32.

Clemson will play seven home games this year, including each of the first three contests. This is the fast time since 1991 that Clemson will play its first three games at home.

For more information on tickets call 1-800-Clemson.

Date		        Opponent			Special Day
Sept.   2 		THE CITADEL, 6:00PM 		IPTAY/TigerCub 
Sept.   9		MISSOURI			Hall of Fame
Sept.  16		WAKE FOREST			Youth
Sept.  23		at Virginia		
Sept.  30		at Duke	
Oct.    7		NC STATE			Textile Bowl/Bowl Reunion
Oct.   14		MARYLAND			Homecoming/Parents’
Oct.   21		at North Carolina
Oct.   28   	        GEORGIA TECH		        Tiger Pride
Nov.    4		at Florida St
Nov.   18	        SOUTH CAROLINA

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