The game had been originally set for 1:00 PM. The contest will not be broadcast on live television, but will be shown over the internet on ESPN 360.
"After further review, we have decided to make this time change," said Clemson Athletic Director Terry Don Phillips. "This decision to play at 3:30 PM is made to provide balance between our fans that prefer an earlier kickoff time and our fans that prefer a later kickoff time. We look forward to playing an excellent TCU team that is currently ranked in the top 15 in the nation."
Clemson plays host to Boston College this Saturday, September 19, at Noon.
TCU kickoff time changed to 3:30 PM
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