Tiger Insider Now On Sale at 600 Locations; Order Today and Get a Free Gift

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Tiger Insider’s pre-season magazine is out and it’s the biggest and best Tiger Insider ever. Tiger Insider is entering its fourth season on a strong note – it not only appeared in the mailboxes of a record number of subscribers, but it is also making its appearance in over 600 retail locations around the state of South Carolina (more on that later).

Tiger Insider (and TigerNet) survived the dot-com bust despite predictions that it wouldn’t. It survived its apprenticeship and is ready to enter a new era. The 64-page pre-season issue contains everything you need to prepare yourself for the upcoming season. It has plenty of information and analysis on the 2002 Clemson team.

Here’s a look at the stories that are in the pre-season issue:

Willie Simmons is the man – but like all starting quarterbacks he’ll hear plenty about his backup. In Willie’s case, he has the maturity to handle the situation. But when your backup has the pedigree of Charlie Whitehurst, you can’t help but wonder how many incomplete passes you’ll have to throw to start hearing that all-too familiar rumbling from the stands to put the back-up in. Read Jon Solomon’s story on how Willie is handling the pressure so far.

You won’t believe how the Clemson-Georgia rivalry affected Tiger Insider writer Joey Hall. But then anyone who has lived through the glory days of this rivalry should. Read this story to get an in-depth look at what the rivalry really means.

Tiger Insider contributor Dan Scott, who is never at a loss for words on his daily radio show, met his match with Derrick Hamilton. Find out what happened when Scott met a man that does a great job of keeping his thoughts to himself. Scott got a few words our of Hamilton and you’ll read them in his story.

A super section containing notes and action photos of every player on the two-deep roster. You’ll get the scoop on every player on the two-deep roster.

What exactly is Southern Fried Football? Cobb Oxford takes a look at the world of Mark Packer, whose life is Southern Fried Football. Packer is a Clemson grad and radio host who has taken to the road every weekend in the fall to get to the bottom of the question about Southern Fried Football.

Clif Collins visited with Frank Wise, a former Clemson football player, who is battling leukemia. Wise leans on his days at Clemson and on his former teammates today to find a way to battle the disease. Teammate is a term that the players of his era apparently took very seriously. Wise has been strengthened by their support.

Senior writer David Harry takes a look at the Atlantic Coast Conference. There are times that the ACC doesn’t look like much on paper, but it’s our conference and we’re not leaving anytime soon. Harry takes a look at how the fortunes of the ACC will unfold this season.

All this plus great photography of the players that’ll get you in the mood for football.

AND, if that wasn’t enough motivation to get one right away, here’s our Fourth Anniversary special for you – Buy a subscription and you’ll get your very own 5” x 7” photo of Clemson coach Tommy Bowden with former Clemson coach Danny Ford (Frank Howard was there, but our camera couldn’t capture him on film). It’s a photo that’s suitable for framing. You’ll be amazed at the quality and there’s not another photo like it anywhere. You’ll get our special offer if you’re a new subscriber, or if you renew. Don’t worry if you have a few issues left. Renew today and we’ll add the issues to your current subscription.

And, by the way, as was mentioned earlier, you can find Tiger Insider at a lot more places. There’s no excuse for not buying your very own copy. With over 600 locations, it’s likely that no one in the state of South Carolina has more than a 10-minute drive to find a Tiger Insider. Help us test this theory by getting your very own copy at these locations:

Throughout the state at:

Books A Million



Food Lion

Harris Teeter




Piggly Wiggly

Winn Dixie

Lil’ Cricket

Fast Point

Pitt Stop

Little General


And at these fine bookstores and news stands –

In Columbia:

Capital News Standtions)

Books A Million

In Greenville:

Lake Forest Quick Shop

Open Book

Barnes & Noble

Books A Million

In Charlotte:

News Stand International

Starmont News Stand

In Anderson:

Reid A Book

Books A Million

In Camden:

Turn of the Page

In Spartanburg:

Pic A Book

In Florence:

Ray’s No. 1

Books A Million

In Hartsville:

Ray’s No. 2

In Clemson:

Clemson News Stand

Tiger Sports Shop

In Easley:

Easley Sporting Goods

In Rock Hill:

Carolina Tan

If you have any questions about Tiger Insider, please email us at tigerinsider@tigernet.com.

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