Clemson to suspend open container laws if Tigers reach title game


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Clemson to suspend open container laws if Tigers reach title game

Can Clemson make it back to the National Championship game?

If so, let the joyous drinking commence on Jan. 7 for the National Championship game as the City of Clemson approved unanimously during Monday's session to suspend the city's open container law downtown and close portions of College Avenue for a street viewing party.

Clemson hosted a downtown viewing party in 2017 and also approved a similar event in 2018. However, it was not held last season with Clemson's 24-6 Sugar Bowl loss to Alabama.


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