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After years of having up and down seasons, the Clemson Tigers are back in the national spotlight. Currently led by head coach Dabo Swinney, the Tigers made it all the way to the National Championship in 2015 but lost to the University of Alabama Crimson Tide. But the Tigers burst onto the scene in 2015 and were led by Heisman candidate DeShaun Watson. The energy and passion that Swinney brings to the program and Watson still leading the way on the field, Clemson could be set to make another run at the National Championship in 2016. The Clemson Tigers who play at “Death Valley” may be the team to watch.

The Clemson Tigers football program story begins in 1896 with Walter Riggs who is called the “Father of Clemson Football” as he brought the game over to Clemson from the university he previously played at, Auburn. The Clemson program saw multiple head coaches from 1986-1930, those coaches were: Riggs, William M. Williams, John Penton, John Heisman, Shack Shealy, Edward Cochems, Bob Williams, Frank Shaughnessy, John Stone, Frank Dobson, Wayne Hart, Edward Donahue, EJ Stewart, Bud Saunders, and Josh Cody. Jess Neely was the first Clemson coach to coach the team over 5 years as he coached from 1931-1939 and went 43-35 before leaving to coach at Rice University. Frank Howard would take over in 1940 and coach until 1969. Over his career, Howard was 165-118, won 2 Southern Conference championships, 6 ACC championships, and 2 undefeated seasons. Due to the success during Howard’s career, the field is now named “Frank Howard Field” after him and the tradition of rubbing “Howard’s Rock” when walking down into the stadium at Death Valley is a tradition that continues in present day. After Howard’s retirement in 1969, Clemson struggled from 1970-1977 under two different head coaches Hootie Ingram and Red Parker. Charlie Pell became the head coach in 1977 and had success leading the Tigers to an ACC championship, but became involved in a NCAA rules and recruiting violations which Pell then decided to leave and the job went to Danny Ford. Under Ford, Clemson had success as they won the school's only National Championship in 1981. Ford had a successful coaching career, he resigned in 1989 with a 96-29 record, 5 ACC championships, and second on the school’s win list behind Howard. After Ford’s resignation, Clemson struggled from 1990-1998 where they were led by two different coaches, Ken Hartfield and Tommy West.

Tommy Bowden, son of legendary head coach Bobby Bowden, was hired as Clemson’s next head coach in 1999. During his tenure as head coach, Bowden went 72-45, but resigned after 3 games in 2008 and the head job got turned over to current head coach Dabo Swinney. Since 2008, Swinney has been the man for the Clemson Tigers and currently has a 75-27 record. Swinney has led the Tigers to a bowl game each season as head coach, won the ACC twice, and went undefeated in the 2015 regular season and led Clemson to the National Championship in 2015. The future looks bright for Swinney and the Clemson Tigers as they are in search for a second National Championship.

The Clemson Tigers have produced some great players that have developed into NFL stars. Multiple players who once played in Death Valley are currently or have dominated the fields on the fields of the NFL. Some of the greats that came through Clemson are: DeAndre Hopkins, Sammy Watkins, William Perry, CJ Spiller, Brian Dawkins, Da’Quan Bowers, Vic Beasley, Dwayne Allen, Martavis Bryant, and many more. Clemson continues to build success and a big reason is because of the great talent that they always possess on their roster.

The Clemson Tigers are a team to keep an eye out for in 2016 as they burst onto the scene in 2015. DeShaun Watson is back in at QB this season and has a chance to dominate college football once again. Dabo Swinney will have the Clemson Tigers fired up for this new campaign and be out for revenge and have their eyes on the National Championship which they lost in 2015. Everyone should fear the team that plays in Death Valley.


Death Valley is one of the most intimidating stadiums in all of college football. The Clemson Tigers always have strong performances at home and the home crowd is like a sea of orange which only adds to the electric atmosphere in Memorial Stadium. Make sure to check out the cheapest prices to Clemson Tigers football games only on Rukkus.

Clemson Tigers Football Lineup

  • Jae'lon Oglesby
  • Ebenezer Ogundeko
  • Trevion Thompson
  • MacKensie Alexander
  • Vic Beasley
  • Artavis Scott
  • Deshaun Watson
  • Germone Hopper
  • Dorian O'Daniel
  • Tony Steward
  • Mike Williams
  • Demarre Kitt
  • Tavaris Barnes
  • Wayne Gallman
  • Ben Boulware
  • Travis Blanks
  • Nick Schuessler
  • Korrin Wiggins
  • Adam Humphries
  • Martin Jenkins
  • Ronald Geohaghan
  • T.J. Green
  • Jordan Leggett
  • Jefferie Gibson
  • Austin McCaskill
  • Jadar Johnson
  • Cole Stoudt
  • Charone Peake
  • Jayron Kearse
  • Adrian Baker
  • D.J. Howard
  • Tyshon Dye
  • Zac Brooks
  • Cordrea Tankersley
  • Adam Choice
  • Garry Peters
  • C.J. Fuller
  • Robert Smith
  • Marcus Edmond
  • Taylor Watson
  • Ryan Carter
  • C.J. Davidson
  • Corbin Jenkins
  • Kendall Joseph
  • Quintin Hall
  • Justin Miller
  • Hunter Renfrow
  • Ammon Lakip
  • Cameron Scott
  • Ross Sparks
  • Alex Goode
  • Kevin Williamson
  • Jordan Bianchi
  • Christian Groomes
  • Haamid Williams
  • Jaquarius Brice
  • Roderick Byers
  • Kurt Fleming
  • T.J. Burrell
  • Stephone Anthony
  • Korie Rogers
  • B.J. Goodson
  • Alex Burdette
  • Chris Register
  • Chad Richardson
  • Marcus Bullard
  • Alex Spence
  • D.J. Reader
  • Beau Brown
  • Richard Yeargin
  • Justin Falcinelli
  • Grady Jarrett
  • Jim Brown
  • Taylor Hearn
  • Harrison Tucker
  • Phillip Fajgenbaum
  • Kellen Jones
  • Martin Aiken
  • Zach Riggs
  • Tyrone Crowder
  • Collins Mauldin
  • Scott Pagano
  • Jay Guillermo
  • Ryan Norton
  • Bradley Tatko
  • William Cockerill
  • David Estes
  • Brant Bullister
  • Lake Kirven
  • Oliver Jones
  • Kalon Davis
  • David Beasley
  • Maverick Morris
  • Josh Hutchinson
  • Jerome Maybank
  • Joe Gore
  • Spencer Region
  • Michael Sobeski
  • Daniel Stone
  • Reid Webster
  • Eric Mac Lain
  • Isaiah Battle
  • Milan Richard
  • Stanton Seckinger
  • Adrien Dunn
  • Daniel Rodriguez
  • Andrew Maass
  • Cannon Smith
  • Dane Rogers
  • Seth Ryan
  • Sam Cooper
  • D.J. Greenlee
  • Sean Mac Lain
  • Jay Jay McCullough
  • Shaq Lawson
  • Josh Watson
  • Bradley Pinion
  • Corey Crawford
  • Carlos Watkins
  • Andy Teasdall
  • Fesser Bell
  • Jabril Robinson
  • Kevin Dodd
  • DeShawn Williams

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Cheap Clemson Tigers Football Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$1.00 Clemson Tigers at Boston College Eagles Football — 01/03/2018
Silvio O. Conte Forum; Chestnut Hill, MA
$2.00 Clemson Tigers at Louisville Cardinals Basketball — 01/07/2015
KFC Yum! Center (University of Louisville); Louisville, KY
$2.00 Clemson Tigers at Miami Hurricanes Basketball — 02/08/2015
BankUnited Center; Coral Gables, FL
$2.00 Clemson Tigers at North Carolina State Wolfpack Basketball — 01/28/2015
PNC Arena; Raleigh, NC
$2.00 Clemson Tigers at Florida State Seminoles Basketball — 02/04/2015
Leon County Civic Center; Tallahassee, FL
$3.00 Texas Southern Tigers at Clemson Tigers Basketball — 11/19/2015
Bon Secours Wellness Arena; Greenville, SC
$3.00 Clemson Tigers at Virginia Cavaliers Basketball — 01/13/2015
John Paul Jones Arena; Charlottesville, VA
$3.00 Oakland Golden Grizzlies at Clemson Tigers Basketball — 12/22/2014
Littlejohn Coliseum at Clemson University; Clemson, SC
$3.00 Clemson Tigers at Virginia Cavaliers Basketball — 01/19/2016
John Paul Jones Arena; Charlottesville, VA
$4.00 Winthrop Eagles at Clemson Tigers Basketball — 11/17/2014
Littlejohn Coliseum at Clemson University; Clemson, SC

Best and Most Expensive Clemson Tigers Football Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$769.00College Football National Championship - Clemson vs Alabama — 01/09/2017
Raymond James Stadium; Tampa, FL
$468.00College Football National Championship — 01/11/2016
University of Phoenix Stadium; Glendale, AZ
$350.00Clemson Tigers at Duke Blue Devils Basketball — 02/21/2015
Cameron Indoor Stadium; Durham, NC
$233.00ACC Football Championship — 12/05/2015
Bank of America Stadium; Charlotte, NC
$191.00Clemson Tigers at Florida State Seminoles Football — 10/29/2016
Doak Campbell Stadium; Tallahassee, FL
$164.00Clemson Tigers at North Carolina State Wolfpack Football — 11/04/2017
Carter-Finley Stadium; Raleigh, NC
$164.00Florida State Seminoles at Clemson Tigers Football — 11/07/2015
Clemson Memorial Stadium; Clemson, SC
$161.00Clemson Tigers at South Carolina Gamecocks Football — 11/25/2017
Williams-Brice Stadium; Columbia, SC
$154.00Clemson Tigers at Texas A&M Aggies Football — 09/08/2018
Kyle Field; College Station, TX
$148.00Clemson Tigers at Virginia Tech Hokies Football — 09/30/2017
Lane Stadium; Blacksburg, VA