2013 Clemson Tigers tickets
With all due respect to Alabama’s A.J. McCarron, but Clemson Tigers tickets come with the best senior quarterback in college football – Tajh Boyd.
When Boyd elected to return for his senior season, Clemson football tickets instantly became one of our more popular college football tickets. He’s a difference-maker for the Tigers, who have already shown the ability to beat one of the mighty defenses of the SEC.
Boyd led a remarkable comeback against LSU in Clemson’s victory over Les Miles Tigers from the SEC in the Chick-fil-A Bowl. He led a dramatic last-minute scoring drive to lead Clemson over LSU in the bowl game and will get another shot at another SEC hot-shot to open the 2013 season.
In one of the most anticipated college football tickets of the season, Clemson hosts Georgia on Aug. 31. Both teams have top-10 talent and BCS aspirations. If the Tigers can knock off the Bulldogs in Death Valley, it could jumpstart what could be a magical season for fans with Clemson football tickets.
Georgia isn’t the only SEC team on Clemson’s schedule. The Tigers, of course, also end their season with their traditional instate rival against Steve Spurrier and the South Carolina Gamecocks. The way that rivalry has heated up the past couple years—with Spurrier taking verbal jabs at Clemson coach Dabo Swinney—it’s a safe bet that Gamecocks-Tigers tickets will be in high demand come Thanksgiving weekend.
Is this the season Clemson football tickets produce a BCS run for the Tigers? There are certainly plenty of signs that point in that direction. It starts with Boyd, who will need to have a Heisman-type season if the Tigers are to reach their full potential. If he does, look out for Clemson Tigers tickets.