Clemson-South Carolina game set for 7 p.m. kickoff on ESPN or ESPN2

Network puts final-weekend conference games on six-day hold

The Clemson University Tiger mascot stands near the student section after players ran down the hill at Memorial Stadium in Clemson.

Photo by Ken Ruinard

The Clemson University Tiger mascot stands near the student section after players ran down the hill at Memorial Stadium in Clemson.

The season-ending Clemson-South Carolina game at Death Valley on Saturday, Nov. 24, will kick off at 7 p.m. and will be televised nationally by either ESPN or ESPN2, the ACC has announced.

ESPN has declared its final six-day option of the year for the games of Nov. 24. ESPN will hold five ACC controlled games and announce those game times and networks no later than by noon on Sunday, Nov. 18.

The Clemson-Carolina game was among three game for which game times were announced.

Saturday, November 24

Georgia Tech at Georgia, ESPN, Noon

Florida at Florida State, ABC,ESPN or ESPN2*, 3:30 pm

South Carolina at Clemson, ESPN or ESPN2*, 7 p.m.

Boston College at NC State, TBA*

Miami at Duke, TBA*

Maryland at North Carolina, TBA*

Virginia at Virginia Tech, TBA *

Vanderbilt at Wake Forest, TBA*

*Gametimes and networks to be announced no later than by noon on Sunday, Nov. 18.

All Times are Eastern

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bdog1981 writes:

Night game in Death Valley!!! What a way to end the year with possible BCS implications! All Clemson fans need to have the valley rocking louder than ever so that the mighty Tigers can beat those chickens from Columbia!! Go Tigers!!!

omnipotent1 writes:

Bad idea. Remember the last time the two played at night in Clemson, numerous usc fans were arrested for drunkeness and assault.

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