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2022 Clemson football schedule: Dates, times, TV channels, scores

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With one of the strongest recruiting classes the program has seen in years, Dabo Swinney and the Clemson Tigers will make a legitimate push to win their third College Football Playoff national championship.

After securing the national title in 2018, the Tigers lost in the national championship game in 2019, lost in the semifinal in 2020 and missed the CFP altogether in 2021.

Here's everything you need to know about Clemson's 2022 regular season football schedule.

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vs. Georgia Tech (Atlanta, GA) W, 41-10 Monday, Sept. 5 8:00 PM ESPN Atlanta, GA
vs. Furman W, 35-12 Saturday, Sept. 10 3:30 PM ACCN Clemson, SC
vs. Louisiana Tech W, 48-20 Saturday, Sept. 17 8:00 PM ACCN Clemson, SC
at Wake Forest W, 51-45 (OT) Saturday, Sept. 24 12:00 PM ABC Winston-Salem, NC
vs. NC State W, 30-20 Saturday, Oct. 1 7:30 PM ABC Clemson, SC
at Boston College   Saturday, Oct. 8 7:30 p.m. ABC Chestnut Hill, MA
at Florida State   Saturday, Oct. 15 7:30 p.m. ABC Tallahassee, FL
vs. Syracuse   Saturday, Oct. 22 TBD TBD Clemson, SC
at Notre Dame   Saturday, Nov. 5 7:30 PM NBC/Peacock Notre Dame, IN
vs. Louisville   Saturday, Nov. 12 TBD TBD Clemson, SC
vs. Miami   Saturday, Nov. 19 TBD TBD Clemson, SC
vs. South Carolina   Saturday, Nov. 26 TBD TBD Clemson, SC

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Players to know

Quarterback D.J. Uiagalelei will return to Clemson for his junior year and improve after a relatively quiet sophomore season, passing for over 2,200 yards and nine touchdowns.

He'll fight for the coveted QB1 spot alongside freshman Cade Klubnik, who was ranked the top high school quarterback in the nation by Sports Illustrated and is a two time USA Today Offensive Player of the Year.

ACC football standings

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Latest college football rankings

Check out where the Tigers landed in this week's polls.

2021 Clemson football results

The Tigers went 10-3 on the season, finishing with a victory over Iowa State in the Cheez-It Bowl.

Here was the 2021 full, detailed schedule for Clemson's 2021 football season, with results.

vs. Georgia Sept. 4 Charlotte, NC L,10-3
vs. South Carolina State Sept. 11 Clemson, SC W, 49-3
vs. Georgia Tech Sept. 18 Clemson, SC W, 14-8
at NC State Sept. 25 Raleigh, NC L, 27-21 2OT
vs. Boston College Oct. 2 Clemson, SC W, 19-13
at Syracuse Oct. 15 Syracuse, NY W, 17-14
at Pittsburgh Oct. 23 Pittsburgh, PA L, 27-17
vs. Florida State Oct. 30 Clemson, SC W, 30-20
at Louisville Nov. 6 Louisville, KY W, 30-24
vs. UConn Nov. 13 Clemson, SC W, 44-7
vs. Wake Forest Nov. 20 Clemson, SC W, 48-27
at South Carolina Nov. 27 Columbia, SC W, 30-0
vs. Iowa State Dec. 29 Orlando, FL W, 20-13

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2022-2023 College Football Playoff schedule

Clemson has made the College Football Playoff six times  missing only in 2015 and 2022.

Here's the schedule for the 2022-23 College Football Playoff.

Semifinals Fiesta Bowl Dec. 31, 2022 Glendale, AZ State Farm Stadium
Semifinals Peach Bowl Dec. 31, 2022 Atlanta, GA Mercedes-Benz Stadium
Championship National Championship Jan. 9, 2023 Los Angeles, CA So-Fi Stadium

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