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*[[August 19]]: Convocation held.
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*[[August 21]]: Classes begin.
 
*[[August 22]]: The ACC Network (ACCN), an American subscription-television channel that is owned and operated by [[ESPN]] Inc., announced on July 21, 2016, is dedicated to coverage of the Atlantic Coast Conference, and launched on August 22, 2019. The channel operates from ESPN's headquarters in Bristol, Connecticut, though some programming and staff will be based in Charlotte, North Carolina.
 
*[[August 22]]: The ACC Network (ACCN), an American subscription-television channel that is owned and operated by [[ESPN]] Inc., announced on July 21, 2016, is dedicated to coverage of the Atlantic Coast Conference, and launched on August 22, 2019. The channel operates from ESPN's headquarters in Bristol, Connecticut, though some programming and staff will be based in Charlotte, North Carolina.
 
*[[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 number 12 ranked Texas A&M in [[Death Valley]] at 3:30 p.m. EDT on ABC. Clemson wins, 24-10, tying a school record for seventeen consecutive wins.
 
*[[September 7]]: Number 1 ranked Clemson hosts number 12 ranked Texas A&M in [[Death Valley]] at 3:30 p.m. EDT on ABC. Clemson wins, 24-10, tying a school record for seventeen consecutive wins.
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*[[September 10]]: Twisted Pine opens for The Earls of Leicester in the [[Brooks Center for the Performing Arts]] at 7:30 p.m. Sponsored by Bill Dowler. Tickets are $30 for adults, $10 for students. The Earls, a Nashville-based sextet, was formed in 2013 to preserve and promote the legacy of bluegrass legends Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs. The group has won a Grammy and earned six International Bluegrass Music Association Awards.
 
*[[September 14]]: Number 1 ranked Clemson travels to play unranked Syracuse at 7:30 p.m. on ABC. It had appeared that Syracuse would host [[ESPN]]’s GameDay show for the first time until they were defeated by Maryland, 63-20, on September 7.
 
*[[September 14]]: Number 1 ranked Clemson travels to play unranked Syracuse at 7:30 p.m. on ABC. It had appeared that Syracuse would host [[ESPN]]’s GameDay show for the first time until they were defeated by Maryland, 63-20, on September 7.
 
*[[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 01:22, 10 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 19: Convocation held.
  • August 21: Classes begin.
  • August 22: The ACC Network (ACCN), an American subscription-television channel that is owned and operated by ESPN Inc., announced on July 21, 2016, is dedicated to coverage of the Atlantic Coast Conference, and launched on August 22, 2019. The channel operates from ESPN's headquarters in Bristol, Connecticut, though some programming and staff will be based in Charlotte, North Carolina.
  • 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 on ABC. Clemson wins, 24-10, tying a school record for seventeen consecutive wins.
  • September 10: Twisted Pine opens for The Earls of Leicester in the Brooks Center for the Performing Arts at 7:30 p.m. Sponsored by Bill Dowler. Tickets are $30 for adults, $10 for students. The Earls, a Nashville-based sextet, was formed in 2013 to preserve and promote the legacy of bluegrass legends Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs. The group has won a Grammy and earned six International Bluegrass Music Association Awards.
  • September 14: Number 1 ranked Clemson travels to play unranked Syracuse at 7:30 p.m. on ABC. It had appeared that Syracuse would host ESPN’s GameDay show for the first time until they were defeated by Maryland, 63-20, on September 7.
  • 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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