Clemson vs. South Carolina Game Televised by Seven Stations


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Clemson, SC--The Clemson vs. South Carolina football game of November 20
will be televised by seven stations in North Carolina, South Carolina and
Georgia. The game will be produced by the Jefferson Pilot Television
Network as a part of their SEC package. Kickoff is slated for 12:30 PM.


The stations that will televised the contest are WRDW in Augusta,
GA; WCSC in Charleston, SC; WAXN in Charlotte, NC; WIS in Columbia, SC;
WWMB in Florence, SC; WBSC in Greenville, SC; WTOC in Savannah, GA.


The contest will not be telecast as part of ESPN's Game Plan
pay-for-view package. However, alumni groups or fans that have a satellite
dish will be able to receive the game on a KU-Band on satellite SBS 6,
transponder 3.


David Steele will provide the play by play, while Charles Davis
will provide the color commentary. Warren Peper will be the sideline
reporter.

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