Clemson Tigers Columbia Tickets
The Clemson Tigers have become the most talked-about team in the ACC Atlantic Division. The franchise is being considered a shocker stock for the 2015 season, thanks to a favorable schedule and some much awaited returns on the roster. Even though the Tigers have a couple of tough matches scheduled against Georgia Tech, Florida State and Notre Dame, they have the benefit of playing all of the three at home. Tiger fans are expecting something big this season with a prediction of entering the playoffs provided they avoid that single disappointing game that seems to beset them every season. All eyes and ears are on any updates regarding preparations for Tigers' biggest match of the season- the game against arch-rivals South Carolina Gamecocks. The bitter rivals will face each other at Columbia this November and it goes without saying that the Clemson Tigers Columbia tickets will be sold in just a few hours.
The Tigers Will Roar
The Clemson Tigers have the advantage of some of the most important games to be played at home, even though some of the road trips for the franchise look a bit tough. The only exception is the matchup with the South Carolina Gamecocks who're meeting the Tigers on November 8, 2015. The battle will take place at the Williams Brice Stadium at Columbia and both sides are desperate for victory. The bitterest of all college football rivalries, the Tigers-Gamecocks feud transforms into a spectacular depiction of passion and competition when the two sides hit the gridiron. You could be one of the lucky spectators that get to enjoy this sizzling rivalry live in the stadiums just by getting your Clemson Tigers Columbia tickets at the earliest.
Contrary to popular belief, the Tigers have a fairly heavy chance of snagging the top slot at the ACC as compared to the hailed Florida State Seminoles. The Seminoles have lost a couple of strong athletes in the season including Jameis Winston, their star quarterback. Considering the return of the all-time favorite quarterback Deshaun Watson, the Tigers look like one hell of an unbeatable squad that can easily make way to the playoffs.