Clemson Season Football Tickets Slighty Down

CLEMSON, S.C. (AP) — Clemson has sold about 1,000 fewer season tickets this football season. The school’s ticket office announced it had sold out its allotment of 50,000 season tickets for the 2011 season. However, that’s about a two percent drop from last year’s total of 51,000. The school sold more than 58,000 season tickets before the 2008 season, still the record at Death Valley. Clemson said its home game with Auburn on Sept. 17 is sold out. Individual game tickets remain for the Tigers remaining six home games, including those with Florida State on Sept. 24 and North Carolina on Oct. 22. The ticket office says that WestZone covered premium and WestZone club tickets are also sold out. Copyright 2011 The Associated Press.

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