Upcoming Clemson Programming on CSSE


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Birmingham, Al -- COLLEGE SPORTS Southeast is a cable television and interactive web network totally dedicated to college sports in the Southeast. The network covers college sports in a nine state area to include: Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, South Carolina and Tennessee. COLLEGE SPORTS Southeast provides live and replay telecasts of new and traditional rivalries as well as championships and original programming.


Upcoming Clemson Programming on College Sports Southeast


2001 Baseball

April 14—Duke at Clemson (LIVE)

April 17—Georgia at Clemson (LIVE)

April 21—Georgia Tech at Clemson (LIVE)

April 25—South Carolina at Clemson (LIVE)

April 28—North Carolina at Clemson (LIVE)

May 13—Virginia at Clemson (LIVE)



2001 Football

April 7—Spring Football Game (Replay)



All 11 Regular Season Games, Home and Away, Will be Shown on a Time-Shifted Basis Within 24 Hours of the Game



The Tommy Bowden Show will air throughout the week


Other Programming

--Extensive Clemson Coverage on CSSE’s Nightly 30 minute college sports show, College Sports Central

--College Sports Central “on location” LIVE Preseason football special from Clemson



Don't Get CSSE?

COLLEGE SPORTS Southeast programming is available to cable systems throughout the Southeast. Contact your local cable system by telephone, e-mail, letter, or fax to encourage them to take advantage of COLLEGE SPORTS Southeast’s programming lineup.


For more information about College Sports Southeast, call 205-425-6935 or visit www.collegesportscentral.com

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