Clemson and Oklahoma Announce Series

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Clemson, SC-Clemson Athletic Director Bobby Robinson has announced
that Clemson and Oklahoma have agreed to a two-game series in
football. Clemson will play at Oklahoma on September 20, 2008 and
Oklahoma will come to Clemson on September 17, 2011.

It will be the first meeting between the two schools since
the 1988 season when Clemson defeated Oklahoma in the 1989 Florida
Citrus Bowl, 13-6. Clemson was the first ACC team to defeat Oklahoma
in that contest. Oklahoma defeated Clemson in Norman, OK in 1963 and
1972 and holds a 2-1 advantage in the series.

Oklahoma was the sixth winningest program in the history of
college football entering the 2001 season. The Sooner program has
won the Associated Press National Championship seven times, second
only to Notre Dame's eight. That includes the 2000 season when
Oklahoma had a perfect 13-0 record.

Earlier Robinson announced two-game series with Georgia (2002
and 2003), Texas A&M (2004 and 2005), and Auburn (2006 and 2007).



at Georgia (Aug 31)

La Tech (Sep 7)

Ball State (Sep 14)

S Carolina (Nov 23)


Georgia (Aug 30)

Furman (Sep 6)

Middle Tenn St (Sep 13)

at S Carolina (Nov 22)


at TX A&M (Sep 18)

S Carolina


Texas A&M (Sep 3)

NE Louisiana (Sep 10)

at S Carolina


Ball St (Sep 2)

at Auburn (Sep 23)

S Carolina


Auburn (Sep 15)

at S Carolina


Furman (Aug 30)

Cen Florida (Sep 13)

at Oklahoma (Sep 20)

S Carolina


Middle Tenn St (Sep 5)

at S Carolina


at Auburn (Sep 18)

S Carolina



Oklahoma (Sep 17)

at S Carolina

Dates and teams subject to change. Only Non conference games are known at this time. ACC schedules are made only one year in advance and are usually released in December.

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