2013: 11-2 (7-1 ACC)
Death Valley was rocking throughout the 2013 season for the Clemson Tigers. Head coach Dabo Swinney led the Tigers to an 11 and 2 record and capped of the season with a huge Orange Bowl win over Ohio State. Clemson also started off their season with a big win over SEC foe, Georgia 38-35. On the field the Tigers were led by senior quarterback Tajh Boyd. Boyd had arguably the best wide receiver to throw to into the country in Sammy Watkins (101 receptions). Clemson will have a lot to replace looking towards the 2014 season as they are also losing their leading rusher, Roderick McDowell. However, they are reloading with another top recruiting class with 9 ESPN top 300 commits. Look for the Clemson Tigers to once again be a contender and at the top of the ACC come the end of the 2014 season. Don’t miss out on the action. Head to Gold Coast Tickets today to get your seats!
The Tigers are members of the Atlantic Coast Conference and since their first season in 1896, they have claimed one national championship, 18 conference titles, and boast 5 perfect seasons. Memorial Stadium, commonly referred to as “Death Valley,” has been home to the Tigers since 1942 and is currently the second largest stadium in the ACC. The Tigers have won in 71% of their games at Memorial Stadium all-time, and in a 2007 game against Boston College, the stadium set the record for the loudest stadium in college football at 133 decibels. This is a truly exciting place to watch high-octane college football. Clemson’s rival schools include South Carolina, Georgia Tech, and NC State. Perhaps the highlight of the season, however, will be the game against Florida State in a test for supremacy of the ACC. Get tickets for that game and more with Gold Coast Tickets!