In addition to five games already announced as sellouts, contests against Winthrop (tonight, 7:30 PM), Illinois (Dec. 2) and Miami (Feb. 13) are also officially sold out. That gives the program a total of eight sellouts for the season, or half of the games on the home slate.
Other games sold out at this point are South Carolina (Dec. 6), Boston College (Jan. 9), North Carolina (Jan. 13), Duke (Jan. 23), and Virginia (Feb. 20).
Single-game tickets for Clemson's remaining home games that are not sold out are currently available at the athletic ticket office. Tickets range from $18 to $28. Tickets may be purchased by calling 1-800-CLEMSON or by visiting ClemsonTigers.com.
TIGERS MOVE UP: Clemson is also now ranked No. 19 by both the Associated Press and ESPN/USA Today coaches' polls released Monday.
The Tigers are 3-0 on the season heading into tonight's game against Winthrop.
3 more sellouts announced
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