The Clemson Tigers play Division I college football for Clemson University in the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC). The Tigers play their home games at Memorial Stadium in Clemson, South Carolina and are coached by Dabo Swiney. Clemson's main rivals include the University South Carolina, Florida State University, Georgia, Georgia Tech and North Carolina State.
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The Clemson football program began in 1896. The Tigers won their first and currently only national title in 1981 when they finished 12-0 and won the Orange Bowl. They also have won 19 conference titles; the last one came in 1991.The Tigers also won the ACC Atlantic Division title in 2009. Clemson has been to a bowl game for six straight seasons from 2005 to 2010. The Tigers' last bowl win came in the Music City Bowl when they topped Kentucky, 21-13.
Clemson Tigers Football Tickets - Frank Howard Field at Memorial StadiumFrank Howard Field at Memorial Stadium, also known as 'Death Valley' has been the Tigers' home since 1942.It's located in Clemson, SC and currently holds just over 80,000 people. It's the second largest stadium in the ACC. The stadium's nickname comes from the fact that it sits in an actual valley and that the university cemetery used to overlook the field. Clemson has won 71% of its home games.
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