Temple Game on ESPNU


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CLEMSON -- Clemson's October 12 game against Temple in Charlotte will be televised by ESPNU. The game will kickoff at 7:30 PM, the same kickoff as had been announced earlier. The announcement gives Clemson at least four games on the ESPN family of networks this year.
The Florida Atlantic game on September 2 will also be televised by ESPNU. The Florida State game on September 23 will be show on ESPN, as will the Virginia Tech game on October 26.



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2006 Clemson Schedule

Date		Opponent	Time
Sept.	2	FLORIDA ATLANTIC	3:30 PM
		(IPTAY/Hall of Fame Day)
		
Sept.	9	at Boston College	3:30 PM

Sept.	16	at Florida State	7:30 PM

Sept.	23	NORTH CAROLINA		TBA
		(National Championship Reunion/
		Family Weekend)
		
Sept.	30	LOUISIANA TECH		TBA
		(Youth Day)
		
Oct.	7	at Wake Forest		TBA

Oct.	12	Temple 			7:30 PM
		(at  Charlotte, NC)
		
Oct.	21	GEORGIA TECH		TBA
		(Homecoming)
		
Oct.	26	at Virginia Tech	7:45 PM

Nov.	4	MARYLAND		TBA

Nov.	11	NC STATE		TBA
		(Military Appreciation Day)
		
Nov.	25	SOUTH CAROLINA		TBA
		(One Clemson-Solid Orange Day)

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