TigerNet Talk Podcast #50

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First of all, let me thank each and everyone of you for making TigerNet Talk
successful. It's hard to believe I have recorded 50 shows over the past four
years.I really appreciate those of you who have contributed to the show. Guys
like Steve Guerry, Dan Scott, Scott Rhymer, ShoelessCU, ClemsonJoe, Lee Hanna,
TigerinNYC, and Garrett Hammond. I am sure I have missed a few, but none the
less I appreciate each of you taking the time to help me.

I also need to say thank you to Crump and B-Meist. They gave me an opportunity
to share my passion for Clemson sports with the Clemson Nation. When I came to
them with the idea of a podcast, it was a very new concept. There were only a
handful of them out at the time. In fact, as far as I can tell, TigerNet Talk

Most importantly, I want to thank the loyal listeners to my program. Without
you, this program would have ended a long time ago. I hope you will continue to
listen, and also tune in to my other show Clemson Hotline on a radio station
near you. (It also has a podcast edition)

I look forward to the next 50 shows. I hope you do too.

Thanks for listening and GO TIGERS!

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Enjoy the show!

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