Clemson football breaks season ticket record


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<span style="font-size:.7em">Photo by Mark McInnis</span>
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CLEMSON – A limited number of tickets remain to select home Clemson football games, including approximately 2,000 for the home opener against Kent State, the athletic ticket office announced Monday.

Clemson has sold a record 57,408 season tickets for this season, and just over 1,000 tickets remain for home contests against Boston College and Wake Forest, while approximately 500 tickets remain for Georgia Tech. Officials announced games against Auburn and Florida State are already sold out, and only 60 tickets (all singles) are left for the Nov. 18 contest against The Citadel.

Fans can purchase tickets online at ClemsonTigers.com – http://bit.ly/CUFBTICKETS - beginning at 5 p.m. Tuesday evening.

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