2014 Clemson Tigers Football Schedule
It's another big season of college football in the ACC for the Clemson Tigers,
which means plenty of opportunities to get right into the middle of all the bone-jarring excitement as the Tigers look to
make it happen in one of the toughest conferences in all the land. From one game to the next, you're sure to see plenty of
highlight-reel snags, unbelievable throws and nail-biting moments that have pretty much become standard operating procedure
over the years for the Tigers. The schedule is once again loaded with unbelievable matchups, from in-conference rivals to
out-of-conference powerhouses, giving you lots of options if you're looking to get in on the action.
Of course, fans
around campus are always keeping an eye on the home schedule, as the 2014 slate of games will provide plenty of clashes against
good teams looking to bring home a win against the Tigers. A home game pitting Clemson against South Carolina State on Sept.
6 will get the season off to an exciting start and other big home games include Clemson-North Carolina on Sept. 27 and Clemson
South Carolina to cap off the regular season on Nov. 29.
But even though the home games are obviously must-see events
for any Tigers fan, don't make the mistake of missing out on the top road matchups of the season. Away games like Georgia
on Aug. 30, Boston College on Oct. 18 and Wake Forest on Nov. 6 will definitely bring plenty of Tigers fans to the stands,
providing a great atmosphere for anyone looking to see their favorite team from a completely different perspective. Once you're
there watching the action the way it was meant to be seen, you'll be glad that you're not still sitting at home when you could
be there with thousands of your fellow fans in the stadium, where the game gets taken to a completely different level.
Clemson Tigers Football Team Info
It's only natural to expect that the Clemson Tigers have sent some top talent
into the NFL, seeing as they have accumulated 18 conference championships, five undefeated seasons, and dozens and dozens
of All-Americans over the last several decades. In fact, the NFL has seen more than 150 former Tigers in the league, including
current and recent players like Nick Eason, Andre Ellington, Jacoby Ford, Da'Quan Bowers, Jarvis Jenkins, Byron Maxwell, Jonathan
Meeks, C.J. Spiller, Charlie Whitehurst, Dalton Freeman and more. Historically, the Tigers have also seen standouts like Buddy
Gore, Steve Fuller, Jeff Davis, William Perry, Frank Howard, Terry Kinard, Banks McFadden and Dwayne Allen through its ranks
And the Tigers flashed their star potential once again this spring, as the annual spring practice showcased
the Tigers' ability to both move the ball on offense and put some big-time pressure on the opposition as well. With playmaking
pass-rushers who will also make it tough on some of the most explosive teams in the ACC, giving the Tigers a major shot this
season despite the stiff competition that they'll face all season long. As the Tigers look to take the program to the next
level, there has never been a better time to get out and see what all the buzz is about.
Clemson Tigers Football
Professional sports are great, but there is something special about watching some of the best amateur athletes
in the country battle it out on the gridiron. Football has become the most popular sport in the U.S. for a reason, and it
definitely isn't because there is a lack of hard-hitting excitement from matchup to matchup. The Tigers are known for having
one of the most dynamic rosters from season to season, which is why they've built a reputation of being a powerhouse in one
of the elite conferences in the country. Though it can be tempting to just sit down and catch the action from home, but watching
all the Tigers football unfold first-hand will take it to a completely different level.
Clemson Tigers Football
The Clemson Tigers have a number of big rivals, including the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets, with the two teams
having faced each other on the turf since 1898. The Tigers also play the North Carolina State football team with regularity,
battling it out during the annual matchup known as the Textile Bowl, which has taken place annually since 1971. Clemson and
Florida State have also had a big rivalry going which intensified in the 90s, during the era known as the Bowden Bowl, when
Bobby Bowden coached at Florida State and his son, Tommy Bowden, was a standout in Clemson.
This is a program that has
put together plenty of memorable seasons, are frequent players near the top of the conference standings and even have a claimed
national title, which they took down in 1981. When you're there watching the Tigers in action, you're participating in a generational
tradition that has helped make the Tigers' football program one of the staples of the Clemson, South Carolina sports scene.
Clemson Tigers Football Trivia
Did you know that there have been 20 different Tigers who have been given the
honor of being a consensus All-American?
Looking back at the list of great programs illustrates perfectly how many talented
players have come through campus, as they don't just hand out consensus All-American honors to just any player. You never
know when the next player is going to add to the growing legacy of the Tigers, but history suggests it will likely be sooner
rather than later.
Clemson Tigers Football Fans
Memorial Stadium in Clemson, South Carolina comes alive
during football season, whenever the Clemson Tigers football team takes on one of their many rivals on home turf. As part
of the ACC, the Tigers have plenty of thick competition season after season, and fans flock to Memorial Stadium to cheer on
the Tigers to victory. The Clemson football schedule is packed full of big games this year, including home games that will
have the 80,000 capacity Memorial Stadium filled to the brim with cheering fans donning the Orange of the Tigers. When the
Tigers head out to take on another talented team, absolutely anything can happen.