The Tiger Pregame Show brought to you by CUTigers.com will air live from Byrd Stadium this Saturday from 10:30 – 12:30 on WCCP 104.9 FM in the upstate and at 104.9 WCCP FM on the web. This will mark the 2nd straight road game that the Tiger Pregame Show has hit the road, a tradition that we hope to keep throughout the entire 2003 season!
The show will broadcast from the radio booth in Byrd Stadium, therefore fans traveling to College Park will not have the opportunity to come by and hear the show in person. However, Roy and Scott will have a chat session during the broadcast on CUTigers.com where fans will have the opportunity to ask questions and give their comments and predictions for the game.
Johnny Holliday, the play by play voice of the Maryland Terrapins, will join us to break down the Terps at 11:30 AM.
Interviews with Justin Miller, Charlie Whitehurst, Airese Currie, John Leake, and DeJuan Polk will be aired around commentary and predictions by Roy Philpott and Scott Rhymer.
If you can't make the game Saturday in College Park, stay tuned to CUTigers.com and WCCPFM.com for the Tiger Pregame Show brought to you by CUTigers.com.
Saturday, 10:30-12:30 on WCCP 104.9 in the upstate of South Carolina and via the web at WCCPFM.com. Make it a part of your game day experience!
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