All 56 Clemson Baseball Games To Be On Radio


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Clemson Tiger Sports Network announced Monday that it will broadcast 36 regular-season baseball games, while the other 20 regular-season games will be broadcast by WCCP (104.9 FM) out of Clemson. Clemson Tiger Sports Network will broadcast all 30 ACC regular-season games, along with the four games against South Carolina and both games against Georgia. The network will also carry all postseason contests.

The other 20 games will be carried by WCCP. Among the games the Clemson station will carry include the season-opening series against James Madison from February 17-19. Three-game series against Mercer (February 24-26) and Kansas (March 10-12) at Doug Kingsmore Stadium will also be carried by WCCP.

The broadcasts will begin 15 minutes prior to the start of each contest, and will have comments and strategies from Clemson Head Coach Jack Leggett. The games are subject to be tape delayed based on schedule conflicts with Tiger basketball games.

Clemson also announced Monday that eight regular-season baseball games in 2006 will be televised, including seven on Comcast/Charter Sports Southeast (CSS). All three road games at Miami (FL) (March 31, April 1,2), two games against South Carolina (April 5 in Columbia and April 12 at Clemson), and single home games against Georgia (March 29) and Florida State (May 13) will all be carried by CSS.

Due to the home games against South Carolina and Georgia being televised, the times for those games have been changed to 7:00 PM from their original start time of 7:15 PM. The Regional Sports Network, which includes FSN South, will also carry Clemson's game at Georgia Tech on April 15.

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