Clemson Tigers Football Tickets
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Despite significant personnel losses Clemson has turned out great teams year after year. That’s four straight double digit win seasons and 2014 was perhaps the most improbable. Clemson lost a number of big games on the road, at Georgia, FSU, and Georgia Tech, but had a strong season overall in the FBS’ best defense and a dominant 40-6 win over Oklahoma in the Russell Athletic Bowl. But only two starters return to that defense, with four of them (including three linebackers) getting drafted. However, they’ve recruited extremely well, especially defensively. The secondary looks great while the linebackers will develop. Offensively, dual-threat QB Deshaun Watson should be fully recovered by the start of the season--his torn ACL late last year means that team could have been even better. Big time receivers Artavis Scott (965 yards, 8 TDs) and Mike Williams (1,030 yards, 6 TDs) and running back Wayne Gallman (769 rush yards) all return. The offense should be much improved and quite good, bolstered by five-star recruit Mitch Hyatt at OT who will start immediately. With Florida State not projected to be the dominant ACC team as they were the last two years, Clemson may have the inside track at the Coastal title, ACC title, and perhaps the conference’s best shot at the College Football Playoff. The Clemson Tigers operate under coach Dabo Swinney at Memorial Stadium “Death Valley” in Clemson, South Carolina. Swinney has shown recruiting prowess and quick adaptability to personnel losses, and already ranks among the best coaches all time. The Tigers have the 1981 national title, 37 bowl appearances, 20 conference titles, and a .598 winning percentage to their name. They’ve appeared in a bowl in 26 of the last 30 seasons and reached new heights with their 2013-14 Orange Bowl over Ohio State, led by Tajh Boyd and Sammy Watkins. Clemson has sent 205 players to the NFL, including Brian Dawkins, Levon Kirkland, Trevor Pryce, CJ Spiller, Martavis Bryant, DeAndre Hopkins, Andre Ellington, and Byron Maxwell. They share rivalries with South Carolina, Georgia Tech, NC State, Florida State, and Georgia (non-conference). 2015 home opponents include Wofford, Appalachian State, Notre Dame, Georgia Tech, Boston College, FSU, and Wake Forest. Get your Clemson tickets from Gold Coast Tickets today!
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