Clemson Tigers Football Parking Passes
One of the most dominant teams in the history of the Atlantic Coast Conference
(ACC), the Clemson Tigers have a rich and illustrious history with their most recent ACC title coming in 2011. Clemson is
coming off of another great season in 2013, where they finished the year with an 11-2 record and 7-1 in the ACC. The season
culminated with a huge 40-35 victory over the Ohio State Buckeyes in the Orange Bowl to cap off an exciting season. 2014 looks
bright for the Tigers as they will strive to challenge the reigning National Champion Florida State Seminoles for ACC supremacy.
The Tigers play their home games at Memorial Stadium, which lives up to its nickname, "Death Valley". Opponents find it hard
to leave town with a win in this 81,000 seat stadium that is one of the most intimidating in all of college football. Get
your tickets to see all of the exciting Clemson Tigers games at StubHub today and don't forget your parking passes!
Clemson Tigers Football Team
Expectations are high for the Clemson Tigers coming into the 2014 season after a
wildly successful 2013 campaign that ended in an Orange Bowl victory over a very good Ohio State squad. In 2013, the Tigers
were in the Top 10 in points scored and passing yardage, but star quarterback Tahj Boyd has moved on to the NFL and Cole Stoudt
will be the new starting quarterback for the Tigers. For a team known for its offense, the Tigers are returning many of their
defensive stars in 2014 and hope that they can improve on the defensive side in the hopes of overtaking the Seminoles in the
ACC's Atlantic Division in 2014. This season is sure to go down to the wire in the ACC and the Tigers feel great about their
chances to come out on top. Don't miss a single snap of Clemson Tigers football this season and see what magic the 2014 season
has in store.
Clemson Tigers Football Fan Experience
A game day Saturday in Clemson, South Carolina is
known throughout the south as being full of beloved traditions played out by fans for decades. Tigers fans make their way
down to Memorial Stadium decked out in orange and white, ready to take part in a full day of festivities. Named by one publication
as the Best Tailgating in the South, Clemson fans know how to throw a party. Game day in Clemson includes rituals like the
rubbing of Howard's rock and the Tigers running down the Hill, throwing 81,400 Tigers fans into a frenzy inside the stadium.
Whether you have yet to see a game at Memorial Stadium or haven't been lately, 2014 is sure to be an exciting season in Clemson,
so don't wait any longer to get your tickets.
Clemson Tigers Football Trivia
In the top 20 biggest stadiums
in college football, what is Memorial Stadium's nickname?
A head coach of an opponent once referred to Memorial Stadium
in Clemson as "Death Valley" because of the difficulty for visiting teams to leave Clemson with a victory over the Tigers.
The name stuck and has been a favorite of the program since 1948.