Clemson, S.C. — Clemson was extended an invitation on Sunday to play Oklahoma in the Russell Athletic Bowl in Orlando, Fla. The contest will be played on Monday, December 29 at 5:30 at the Florida Citrus Bowl.
This will be Clemson’s third appearance in the Russell Athletic Bowl, and the sixth time Clemson has played in a bowl game in Orlando and the first visit since a 19-10 victory over Colorado in the 2005 Russell Athletic Bowl.
All ticket requests placed by IPTAY members for the 2014 Russell Athletic Bowl will be fulfilled. Clemson receives approximately 10,000 tickets for the Russell Athletic Bowl, and additional tickets are available immediately through ClemsonTigers.com or via phone at 1-800-CLEMSON beginning Monday morning at 8 a.m. All tickets will ship the week of Dec. 15 via UPS.
Student tickets will go on sale Thursday, Dec. 11 at 8 a.m., in the Ticket Office at Memorial Stadium (next to Gate 9). Tickets can be purchased with cash or credit card, and will be distributed on a first come, first served basis so please purchase tickets with your friends to sit together.
Tickets are on sale now through ClemsonTigers.com with pricing breakdowns as listed…
Indoor Club $245
Red Zone (20 – goal line) $110
Goal Line $100
Terrace (upper level) $75; $70; $60 prices vary based on location
All parking passes for the Russell Athletic Bowl can be purchased online at RussellAthleticBowl.clickandpark.com or by calling 866-330-7275. Order your parking pass now as lots are expected sell out.
This will be the fourth meeting between Clemson and Oklahoma, the first since Clemson won 13-6 in the Citrus Bowl played on Jan. 1, 1989. Oklahoma has a 2-1 lead in the series.
Clemson, 9-3 overall and 6-2 in the ACC, enters the bowl season having won eight of its last nine games. The Tigers are ranked 17th by the College Football Playoff, 18th by Associated Press and 18th in the Amway Coaches Poll. Clemson is attempting to finish with a top 25 record in the final polls for the fourth straight year, something the program has not done since a six-year streak from 1986-91.
Clemson has the number-one ranked defense in the nation, allowing 259.6 yards per game. The Tigers are also tops in the nation in tackles for loss, yards/play allowed, sack yardage, tackles for loss yardage and third down conversion defense. Clemson is second in pass defense, seventh in rushing defense and eighth in scoring defense.
Who is THE Ohio State University playing? Did they get a bowl bid??? LMAO!!!!!!
Oregon will destroy Florida State…Bucks beat Alabama by 10 and THEN????
38-34, Bucks over Ducks!!! Our 4th string qb (Jalin Marshall) is better than Winston or Alabama’s qb.
Drunk on Sunday night, boy? No class or exam tomorrow? And no job either?
‘boy’? We love black folks at THE Ohio State University-why I slapped the shit out of that WHITE pussy Bauman!
Yeah, and we know what that got you don’t we?
More people living in Charleston than people who were born here?
…why I slapped the shit out of that WHITE pussy Bauman!
Thanks for clearing that up.
All these years TBG thought it was because you were an asshole yankee Ohioan [Yeah, ol’ TBG’s going to get a visit from the Department of Redundancy Bureau…] and you were pissed because CB’s INT basically ended the game.
Ohio State is THE most perennially overrated football program in the country. Hell, even Sakerlina has owned y’all in bowl games.
LMAO!!! Enjoy that 5:30 P.M. December 29th bowl game.
Me? Gonna watch F-Troop or Bonanza on TVLand!!
Won’t be 100 people in the country watch that bowl game.
Almost as bad as Notre Dame? I think there may be a tie for “overrated”.
hell yall let Clempson beat you in the BS bowl. Notice I left off the C redneck Jew Boy? Because Clempson puts the BS in the BCS hahahahhahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha
…yall let Clempson beat you…
“Y’all”, who, Yeller Feller?
I wish I knew you, I would like a bit of that action….to bet against. Ohio State has a good team, but TCU or either Baylor would have been a more appropriate choice for that fourth spot.
Is that you Coach Cooper u washed up POS. 1-10 vs SEC in bowls
As posted numerous times concerning college and professional football that the game has gotten WAY out of hand I will say this:
If I WAS going to support (which I AIN’T) the meat grinder that college and professional football has become, I’d sure as hell take a weekend in Orlando Florida over Shreveport, Lousyanna any fucking day!!!!!