Clemson vs. Maryland Game at 12 Noon on Sept. 10


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Clemson, SC-Clemson's ACC opener at Maryland on September 10 will have a 12 noon kickoff in College Park and will be televised by ESPN.
This means at least Clemson's first three games will be on live television according to game times and television designations released by the ACC so far this summer.



Clemson's season opener with Texas A&M will have an 8:00 PM
start and will be televised by ABC. As stated above the Maryland
game will have a noon start and will be televised by ESPN.
Clemson's third game against Miami (FL) will have either a 3:30 PM
start on ABC or a 7:45 PM start on ESPN. The kickoff of that game
will be announced on Tuesday, September 6. Television executives
will make the determination after the conclusion of the Labor Day night game between Miami (FL) and Florida State.

Previously, ESPN announced it would televise Clemson's game
at NC State on Thursday, October 13. All other Clemson kickoff
times and television designations will be announced 12 days prior to the date of the game.


Clemson 2005 Football Schedule

Date		Opponent	        Time	TV
Sept.	3	Texas A&M	      8:00 PM	ABC
Sept.	10	at Maryland	      12 Noon	ESPN
Sept.	17	Miami (FL)	      3:30 PM	ABC
		                   or 7:45 PM	ESPN
Sept.	24	Boston College	        TBA	TBA
Oct.	1	at Wake Forest	        TBA	TBA
Oct.	13	at NC State	        7:45 PM	ESPN
Oct.	22	Temple	                TBA	TBA
Oct.	29	at Georgia Tech	        TBA	TBA
Nov.	5	Duke	                TBA	TBA
Nov.	12	Florida State	        TBA	TBA
Nov.	19	at South Carolina	TBA	TBA

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