Special Chat Guests This Week on TigerNet

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Will Merritt was ranked 7th best Offensive Guard in the nation in the 2001 season by Lindy’s Sport Magazine.

CLEMSON -- TigerNet is pleased to announce 3 more special chat guests this week. On Wednesday at 3:30PM join us for a chat with former Tiger offensive lineman and current sports talk radio host Will Merritt. Thursday at 3:00PM recruiting analyst and sports talk host Mickey Plyler will stop by for a chat. We will wind the week up with the State’s Clemson beat writer Ken Tysiac on Friday at 1PM.

You can access the chats by going to the following the link - TigerActive Chat. You must also have a registered TigerNet username to participate in the chat.

Our Guests
The Opening Drive with Will Merritt, weekdays from 6am – 8am on WCCP 104.9FM in Upstate SC, is your one-stop sports show for all your sports information. Will Merritt, a native of Easley South Carolina, grew up a Clemson Tiger fan. His dream of being a tiger came true as Will went on to become a stand out offensive guard with the Tigers lettering all 4 years. Will brings you all the national news as well as coverage of all the local happenings.

Mickey Plyler is host of "Plyler On Sports" a sports information and talk show every weekday from 4-7PM throughout the upstate of South Carolina and in some areas of NC and GA on 1070 AM. "Plyler On Sports" covers the entire sports world with an emphasis on the most accurate and complete information available on recruiting.

Ken Tysiac covers Clemson sports for the State, South Carolina's largest newspaper. The paper has been recognized regionally and nationally for reporting, photography, design and graphics, including top 22 in the world by Society of Newspaper Design and top 10 daily and Sunday by Associated Press Sports Editors.

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