Clemson vs. Baylor Games on ESPN


by -
  Print   | TigerNetcom Facebook ClemsonTigerNet Twitter TigerNet RSS Feed

Clemson, SC-Clemson's NCAA Tournament Super Regional baseball games from Waco, TX will be televised on ESPN, the network announced on Wednesday. The schools will meet Saturday at 12 Noon Eastern time and Sunday at 4:00 PM Eastern time.
Earlier reports had listed the Saturday game on ESPNU only.



ESPN will show the Super Regional games on a regional basis. Viewers in Texas, South Carolina, Georgia and parts of North Carolina will view the Clemson vs. Baylor games on ESPN. The Miami (FL) vs. Nebraska game on Saturday will be shown to the majority of the country in the Saturday noon slot. ESPNU, a relatively new channel within the ESPN family, will also show the Clemson vs. Baylor games.

Viewers who have the DirecTV package anywhere in the country will be able to watch the Clemson vs. Baylor games. DirecTV will show the games on the ESPN alternate channel if they are not shown on the ESPN channel (channel 206) in your area.

Gametime and television for a Monday game if the series is tied at 1-1 will be announced on Monday morning.

Rate this Story:
8 votes

  Print   | TigerNetcom Facebook ClemsonTigerNet Twitter TigerNet RSS Feed
Monday Insider: Camp ends, school begins, and excitement mounts
Monday Insider: Camp ends, school begins, and excitement mounts
Georgia OT picks up Clemson offer
Georgia OT picks up Clemson offer
Quarterback: Battle for starting spot heads into final week of fall camp
Quarterback: Battle for starting spot heads into final week of fall camp
WATCH: Deshaun Watson leads Texans 79 yards for first TD back
WATCH: Deshaun Watson leads Texans 79 yards for first TD back
WATCH: Mike Williams with remarkable TD grab
WATCH: Mike Williams with remarkable TD grab
Swinney looking forward to "interesting bus ride" into LSU's Death Valley
Swinney looking forward to "interesting bus ride" into LSU's Death Valley
Thursday's scrimmage a battle of the elite versus the elite
Thursday's scrimmage a battle of the elite versus the elite
Unfinished Business: Mark Fields looking to put it all together in 2018
Unfinished Business: Mark Fields looking to put it all together in 2018
WATCH: Deshaun Watson hype video "Doubted"
WATCH: Deshaun Watson hype video "Doubted"
Sign Up for E-Mail News Alerts
Features
Breaking
Daily Digest