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Clemson Tigers hope to set Guinness World Record

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CLEMSON, SC (FOX Carolina) -

The Tigers host Florida State in a top five matchup on Saturday night at Memorial Field. Clemson's counting on its fans to not only show up, but speak up too.

Clemson's athletic department announced it'll try to break the Guinness World Record for the loudest sports stadium.

The record of137.5 decibels was just set on Sunday by the Kansas City Chiefs fans when they hosted the Oakland Raiders.

FOX Carolina asked Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney what he thought about the Tigers chances. He then channeled his inner Notorious B.I.G.  

"Mo-louder,mo-better… I mean that's part of your home field advantage," Swinney said. "When you have big time crowd noise, and creating great energy for your team, and hopefully we can have one more point than Florida State and one more decibel than Kansas City…That'll be a good day for the Tigers."

Clemson's athletic department said they'll try to break the record on the Tigers first defensive series of the game.

It's not known whether a Guinness Book of World Records representative will be on hand.

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