Clemson announces Spring Game Radio Affiliates


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CLEMSON, S.C. — The annual Orange & White spring football game will be broadcast live by a number of radio affiliates within the Clemson Tiger Sports Network. The broadcast is set to air at 2 p.m. on Saturday, beginning with the pregame show, followed by kickoff at 2:30. CTSN will utilize its regular broadcast team, with Don Munson handling play-by-play duties and Rodney Williams serving as color analyst.

Due to ongoing construction in the South suite, club and press box level, the spring game will not be broadcast on television or online, and the video boards will have limited capabilities.

The Tiger baseball team is currently scheduled to play at Boston College on Saturday at 1:30. That broadcast will begin with the pregame show at 1 p.m., and will air along the network’s baseball affiliates until 2:00, at which time the spring football broadcast will begin. The remainder of the baseball broadcast will be available through TigerCast at ClemsonTigers.com.

The entire list of spring game CTSN affiliates is below. Visit ClemsonTigers.com for continued coverage of the event, including any potential weather updates.

City Station Frequency
Camden WPUB-FM 102.7
Clemson WCCP-FM 105.5
Florence WSIM-FM 93.7
Florence WSIM-FM 97.1
Georgetown WGTN-AM 1400
Greenville WTPT-FM 93.3
Hilton Head WHHW-AM 1130
Lincolnton, NC WLON-AM 1050
Loris WLSC-AM 1240
Orangeburg WGFG-FM 105.3
Rock Hill WRHI-AM 1340
Rock Hill WRHI-FM 94.3
Sumter WWBD-FM 94.7
Union WBCU-FM 103.5
Union WBCU-AM 1460

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