The Tigers will start the day with their normal Thursday morning position meetings, followed by a normal practice.
After practice the team will enjoy a Thanksgiving dinner at Memorial Stadium.
Dabo Swinney said he told the team to dress nice for the dinner.
Players who have families close to the Clemson area are allowed to travel home on Thursday night.
Many of those players said they plan to take teammates home with them.
The team will meet at noon on Friday to continue preparations for South Carolina.
Tigers to have busy Thanksgiving
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