The Tigers will play host to seven home games at Memorial Stadium beginning with the game against The Citadel on September 6. That game has been designated Military Appreciation Day.
Clemson will honor its new Hall of Fame members on September 13 when it plays host to NC State in its first ACC game of the year. Homecoming will be held on November 15 when Duke travels to Clemson.
Clemson opens its 2008 season in the Georgia Dome in Atlanta against Alabama.
2008 CLEMSON FOOTBALL HOME SCHEDULE
9-6 The Citadel
(Military Appreciation Day)
9-13 N.C. State
(Hall of Fame)
9-20 S.C. State
(Football Reunion Weekend/Tiger Cub Day)
10-18 Georgia Tech
11-15 Duke (Homecoming)
11-29 South Carolina
(Solid Orange Game)
Game Day Designations Announced
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