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Clemson football

The 2017 Clemson football team will represent Clemson University in the 2017 NCAA Division I FBS football season. The Tigers will be led by head coach Dabo Swinney in his ninth full year and tenth overall since taking over midway through 2008 season. They will play their home games at Memorial Stadium, also known as “Death Valley”, and will compete in the Atlantic Division of the Atlantic Coast Conference.

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Clemson football Schedule

Wk Opp. Date Location
1. Sept. 2 Clemson, SC
Last season was not good for Kent State, as the Golden Flashes finished 3-9. This fall doesn’t look like it will start off much better as they will be the sacrificial lamb during Clemson’s championship party.
2. Sept. 9 Clemson, SC
In Clemson’s first real test of the season, Auburn comes into town looking to avenge last year’s season-opening loss to the Tigers. It also will be the first major challenge as Auburn’s quarterback for Baylor transfer Jarrett Stidham.
3. Sept. 16 Louisville, KY
The Tigers open up conference play by having to corral the 2016 Heisman Trophy winner at his place. Lamar Jackson and the Cardinals took Clemson to the wire last September and another exciting contest is expected this time around.
4. Sept. 23 Clemson, SC
Over the past several years, Boston College has fielded strong defenses while struggling mightily on offense. That should be the case this year as well, though they hope that dual-threat quarterback Anthony Brown can emerge.
5. Sept. 30 Blacksburg, VA
The Hokies lose a bunch of offensive weapons and some important defenders as well. But if they get by West Virginia in their opening game, Virginia Tech could be unbeaten coming into this battle and Lane Stadium will be a madhouse.
6. Oct. 7 Chestnut Hill, MA
Like Boston College, the Demon Deacons have been sound defensively in recent years, but have had issues on offense. We will see if that trend continues with new defensive coordinator Jay Sawvel taking control. Clemson ran out early on Wake last year, coasting to an easy 35-13 victory.
7. Oct. 13 Syracuse, NY
It will be a Friday clash of orange when Clemson heads to upstate New York. In order to improve as a team in head coach Dino Babers’ second year, quarterback Eric Dungey must stay healthy and a defense that was bad against the run and the pass must figure out a way to stop something.
9. Oct. 28 Clemson, SC
Justin Thomas is no longer the quarterback for the Yellow Jackets. But don’t expect head coach Paul Johnson’s philosophy to change very much. Matthew Jordan is more limited as a passer than Thomas, meaning it will really be run, run, run all the time.
10. Nov. 4 Raleigh, NC
The Wolfpack staff is happy to welcome back quarterback Ryan Finley and the bulk of a solid defense. Replacing Matt Dayes in the backfield will be a chore, however, in what is shaping up to be an important season for head coach Dave Doeren.
11. Nov. 11 Clemson, SC
Once again, this will be the ACC’s marquee matchup of the year. The Seminoles have to replace all-everything tailback Dalvin Cook and star defensive lineman DeMarcus Walker. But like Clemson, Florida State has recruited at a very high level and there will be tons of athleticism on display in this Veterans Day game.
12. Nov. 18 Clemson, SC
After FSU and before the rivalry game with South Carolina is the perfect trap game situation. Fortunately (or smartly), Clemson scheduled FCS member The Citadel in this slot. The Bulldogs were a 10-2 team that made the FCS playoffs last year and run an option offense. But they won’t have a chance against the Tigers.
13. Nov. 25 Columbia, SC
The Gamecocks unexpectedly went bowling in head coach Will Muschamp’s first year. Quarterback Jake Bentley looks like a star in the making and classmate Rico Dowdle had a nice season running the ball. After losing by 49 points in Death Valley last year, making the Palmetto Bowl a competitive game may be step number one, though.