Final 2002 Football Attendance Numbers


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Clemson, SC-Clemson averaged over 77,000 fans for its seven 2002 home football games based on numbers released by Clemson on Monday. The per game average ranks ninth all-time.


Clemson had a total paid attendance of 542,675 for its seven home games in 2002, an average of 77,525 per game. Based on current NCAA rankings the average will place Clemson 17th in the nation on a per game basis.


Clemson had two crowds of at least 80,000 last year, including the South Carolina game which was in the top ten in school history. Clemson sold 56,808 season tickets this year, second highest figure since 1990.


Clemson has now had five of the top ten single game attendance figures and four of the top ten single season averages under current head coach Tommy Bowden.


 
Clemson Game by Game Attendance for 2002
Date	        Opponent		Attendance
Sept.  7	La Tech			72,616
Sept.  14	Georgia Tech		77,586
Sept.  21	Ball State		73,945
Oct. 19		Wake Forest		81,008
Oct. 26		North Carolina St	78,904
Nov. 16		Maryland		74,707
Nov. 23		South Carolina		83,909
		Average			77,525
		Total			542,675

Clemson Top Single Game Attendance Figures
Rank	Year	Opponent	Attendance
1.	1999	Florida State	86,092
2.	1994	South Carolina	85,872
3.	2000	South Carolina	85,187
4.	2001	Florida State	85,036
5.	2001	North Carolina	84,869
6.	1988	South Carolina	84,876
7.	1988	Florida State	84,576
8.	1998	South Carolina	84,423
9.	2002	South Carolina	83,909

Clemson Single Season Per Game Attendance Bests
Rank	Year	Figure
1.	1988	81,750
2.	2001	80,152
3.	1990	79,196
4.	1989	78,927
5.	1986	78,700
6.	2000	78,378
7.	1999	78,302
8.	1984	77,945
9.	2002	77,525
10.	1992	76,789	

Tommy Bowden coached Clemson seasons in bold

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