The slate of Clemson opponents was released on Monday.
Clemson only announced the list of opponents and game sites it will play in 2006. The dates of all games will be determined and released in January, 2006.
Clemson and the other 118 Division I teams will play 12 regular season games in 2006. The Tigers non-conference foes include South Carolina, Louisiana Tech, Temple and Florida Atlantic. All but the Temple game will be played in Clemson Memorial Stadium.
The Tigers will play ACC home games against Georgia Tech, Maryland, NC State and North Carolina in 2006, while league road
games will be at Boston College, Florida State, Virginia Tech and Wake Forest.
Florida Atlantic, who finished with a 9-3 record under Howard Schnellenberger, in 2004, will come to Clemson for the first time ever. Schnellenberger coached Miami (FL) to the 1983 National Championship. Louisiana Tech will travel to Clemson for the second time.
Clemson has a 2-0 lifetime record against Louisiana Tech, a 49-24 victory in the Humanitarian Bowl to close the 2001 season, then
a 33-13 win at Clemson in the second game of the 2002 season. Clemson and Temple begin a three-year series in 2005 when the Owls come to Clemson on October 22.
The two teams will meet in Philadelphia at Lincoln Financial Field, the home of the Philadelphia Eagles, in 2006.
North Carolina returns to Clemson's schedule for the first time since 2003 when the Tigers won a thrilling 36-28 game in Death Valley. It will be the only game between Clemson and North Carolina between 2004 and 2009.
The Tigers travel to Wake Forest in 2006, the second consecutive year Clemson will play in Winston-Salem. Clemson plays at Wake Forest
this year on October 1. When Clemson plays at Boston College in 2006 it will be Clemson's first trip to Boston since the 1983 season when
the Tigers suffered their only loss of the year to a Doug Flutie led Eagles team.
Clemson will not play ACC teams Virginia, Duke or Miami (FL) in 2006.
Clemson Opponents in 2006
Home - Florida Atlantic, Louisiana Tech, South Carolina, North Carolina, N.C. State, Maryland, Georgia Tech.
Away-Boston College, Florida State, Virginia Tech, Temple, Wake Forest.
Clemson Football Opponents in 2006
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