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*[[August 30]]: Opening the football season, ranked number 1 for the first time by both the Associated Press and the Coaches polls, Clemson demolishes Georgia Tech in [[Memorial Stadium]] on the newly started ACC Network in a Thursday night game, 52-14. [[ESPN]]’s GameDay program is on hand to cover the defending National Champions.
 
*[[August 30]]: Opening the football season, ranked number 1 for the first time by both the Associated Press and the Coaches polls, Clemson demolishes Georgia Tech in [[Memorial Stadium]] on the newly started ACC Network in a Thursday night game, 52-14. [[ESPN]]’s GameDay program is on hand to cover the defending National Champions.
 
*[[September 6]]: The [[First Friday Parade]] is held. Grand Marshall is Nancy O’Dell.
 
*[[September 6]]: The [[First Friday Parade]] is held. Grand Marshall is Nancy O’Dell.
*[[September 7]]: Number 1 ranked Clemson hosts Texas A&M in [[Death Valley]] at 3:30 p.m. EDT. Clemson wins, 24-10.
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*[[September 7]]: Number 1 ranked Clemson hosts number 12 ranked Texas A&M in [[Death Valley]] at 3:30 p.m. EDT. Clemson wins, 24-10.
 
*[[September 27]]: The [[South Carolina Botanical Garden]] hosts LBGTQ Night with June Templeton at the Fall Concert Series, 7 - 8 p.m.
 
*[[September 27]]: The [[South Carolina Botanical Garden]] hosts LBGTQ Night with June Templeton at the Fall Concert Series, 7 - 8 p.m.
  

Revision as of 04:05, 8 September 2019

Events occuring in 2019


2019 in Clemson History

Events occurring in 2019

  • Tentative football opponents:
  • Boston College
  • Florida State
  • Virginia
  • Wake Forest
  • at Georgia Tech
  • at Maryland
  • at Miami (FL)
  • at N.C. State
  • August 30: Opening the football season, ranked number 1 for the first time by both the Associated Press and the Coaches polls, Clemson demolishes Georgia Tech in Memorial Stadium on the newly started ACC Network in a Thursday night game, 52-14. ESPN’s GameDay program is on hand to cover the defending National Champions.
  • September 6: The First Friday Parade is held. Grand Marshall is Nancy O’Dell.
  • September 7: Number 1 ranked Clemson hosts number 12 ranked Texas A&M in Death Valley at 3:30 p.m. EDT. Clemson wins, 24-10.
  • September 27: The South Carolina Botanical Garden hosts LBGTQ Night with June Templeton at the Fall Concert Series, 7 - 8 p.m.



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