ATLANTA (AP) - There are no remaining tickets for the Clemson-Auburn Chick-fil-A Bowl, giving the Atlanta bowl its 11th straight sellout.
The sellout was announced today, less than 48 hours after Number 15 Clemson and Number 22 Auburn were announced as the representatives of the Atlantic Coast Conference and Southeastern Conference, respectively, in the December 31st game.
The Chick-fil-A Bowl boasts that it has the third-longest streak of sellouts among all bowl games, trailing only the Rose and Fiesta bowls.
Last year's Georgia-Virginia Tech bowl set the Georgia Dome attendance record of 75,406.
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