Clemson president Jim Clements sent a mass email indicating he expects full attendance for fall sports, and that includes the national power of a football program.
On top of that, Clements said he expects students will be back in the classrooms.
“Likewise,” Clements wrote, “we’re also planning for a normal level of campus activity starting in the fall, including fall capacity for Tigers’ football games.”
Clemson lost to Ohio State in the College Football Playoff semifinals. It will also lose quarterback Trevor Lawrence, widely expected to be the No. 1 overall pick in the NFL draft.
On the bright side, the Tigers have a talented QB in waiting in D.J. Uiagalelei, who compiled 781 yards and four touchdowns while filling in for Lawrence. Some even project the Tigers to enter next season as the team to beat.
And now, it seems, their fans will be there in full force to see it all.