Season Tickets Sales Second Highest Since 1990

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Clemson, SC-Clemson Ticket Manager Van Hilderbrand announced Tuesday
that Clemson has sold 56,808 season tickets for the 2002 season. The
number is the highest ever for a seven-game home schedule and the
sixth highest figure in history. It is the second highest figure
since 1990.

Hilderbrand pointed out that season tickets are still
available. The Tigers open the home schedule this Saturday at 1:00
PM against Louisiana Tech.

Van Hildebrand on season tickets and parking for the game. - Real | Windows Media

"Considering this is a seven-game schedule and thus a season
ticket that is $34 higher than last year, we have had outstanding
sales," said Hilderbrand.

The previous record for a seven-game home schedule took place
in 1991 when Clemson sold 55,322 season tickets after a 10-2 1990
season. Last year Clemson sold 57,506 season tickets for its six
game package. The Tigers ranked 14th in the nation in average
attendance last year with an average of 80,152, the second highest
season average in Clemson history.

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