Entire Clemson Regional To Be Broadcast On The Drive, 104.9 FM

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CLEMSON - Every game played in the NCAA Regional tournament at Clemson this weekend will be broadcast by The Drive, 104. 9 FM (WCCP), station officials announced today.

As usual, all games involving Clemson will be broadcast via the school's radio network - Clemson Tiger Sports Properties. The Drive is the network's flagship station. Don Munson and Dan Scott will provide play-by-play on those games.

In addition, The Drive itself will broadcast the non-Clemson games in the tournament, beginning with Friday's 3 p.m. matchup between Mississippi State and Elon. Scott will handle the play-by-play duties in those games.

Clemson opens the tournament at 7 p.m. Friday vs. UNC-Asheville.

All games will also be available on the Internet at www.wccpfm.com. The station's streaming audio is expected to be back in service by Friday after being damaged by a lightning strike a week ago.

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