Clemson vs. Florida State Game a Sellout


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Clemson, SC - The Clemson vs. Florida State game on Saturday, November 12th at Memorial Stadium is a sell-out and only 1,200 tickets remain for Clemson's season opener on September 3rd against Texas A & M. The announcement was made by Assistant Athletic Director and Ticket Manager Bobby Skelton.


According to Skelton, "It is our understanding that with the current progress of the WestZone construction, there is a possibility additional seating may become available for the November 12th FSU
game. But, until that is completed, we will call the Florida State
game a sellout."


Tickets remain for the Military Appreciation Day against Texas A & M ($ 48), the Hall of Fame Day game against Miami ($ 48), the Family Weekend Game against Boston College ($ 40), the Youth Day game against Temple ($ 35) and the Homecoming game against Duke ($ 35).


Call 1-800-CLEMSON to order tickets.


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