Tiger Fans In Omaha Can Hear Clemson Radio Network In Stadium

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Clemson fans who make the trip to Omaha for the College World Series will be able to listen to the school's own broadcasters inside Rosenblatt Stadium.

Clemson University announced today that the games will be available on 101.5 FM inside the stadium, allowing Tiger fans to hear the play-by-play calls from Don Munson and Dan Scott on the Clemson Tiger Sports Network. Clemson's first game in Omaha is 2 p.m. Friday vs. Georgia Tech.

Stations carrying the games back in South Carolina include:

WCCP 104.9 FM - Clemson

WAGI 105.3 FM- Gaffney

WZMJ 93.1 FM- Columbia

WQSC 1340 AM- Charleston

WPCC 1440 AM - Clinton

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