Tiger Source's Exciting January Schedule


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The college footbal season ended Tuesday night and the college football world turns its full attention to recruiting in January. Make plans to join us each Wednesday and Sunday for the latest news.


Residence of the upstate of South Carolina are invited to join us every Wednesday in January at Logan's Roadhouse. Mickey Plyler of
Tiger Source and WCCP 104.9 FM and Tony Morrell of Gamecockcentral.com will
rotate between the Anderson, SC location (Clemson Blvd. Exit 19 off of
I-85) and Greenville, SC location (I-85/Pelham Road Exit 54 off of I-85).


Starting on January 5th, we will be at the Anderson location on Clemson Blvd
from 7 to 9 pm. Tony Morrell will kickoff covering all of latest South
Carolina recruiting news and previewing the big weekend of official visits for the
Gamecocks. Then, Mickey Plyler will step in and cover all of the latest
news with Clemson.


There will video of Clemson and South Carolina commitments, plus video of
the prospects that remain on the recruiting boards.


We hope you will be able to join us every Wednesday night in the month of
January at Logan's Roadhouse, the recruiting headquarters, for all of the
latest news in recruiting and also the great food and spirits at Logan's Roadhouse.


On Sunday nights from 8-10 PM you can hear the latest in recruiting news and live interviews with dozens of prospects each week in January on The Sunday Night Recruiting Special. The show airs on WCCP-FM 104.9 or can be heard at www.wccpfm.com.


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