Clemson Announces TV, ACC Select Schedule


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CLEMSON - Clemson announced Thursday that eight regular-season baseball games will be televised and 21 more will be available via live webcast through ACC Select in 2008. Therefore, a total of 29 Clemson regular-season baseball games will be on some form of live video in 2008.

Four home games will be televised, including the South Carolina game on CSS on April 16 and all three games of the Florida State series. The May 3 game against the Seminoles will be televised by Regional Sports Network, the May 4 game will be on CSS, and the May 5 game will be televised by Sun Sports.

CSS will televise four road games as well, including games at Georgia (April 1), Miami (FL) (April 5,6), and Georgia Tech (May 10).

The 21 games to be shown on ACC Select include 14 home games. The home games are against South Carolina (March 2), North Carolina-Greensboro (March 11), Boston College (March 15), Coastal Carolina (March 18), N.C. State (March 21,22), Elon (March 25), Georgia (April 2), North Carolina (April 11,12), Virginia Tech (April 25,26,27), and College of Charleston (May 13). The seven road games to be shown on ACC Select include games at Wake Forest (March 8,9), Miami (FL) (April 4), Duke (April 18,19), and Georgia Tech (May 9,11).

Visit the ACC Select website for more information on Clemson?s live baseball webcasts at ACCSelect.com. Fans can watch exciting Clemson spring sports on their computer with the ACCSelect.com Spring Pass. The Spring Pass provides live and on-demand access to all of Clemson?s 2008 spring events for only $24.99.

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