WCCP 104.9 FM will host the Tiger Pre Game Show brought to you by CUTigers.com and the Tiger Tailgate Show live from Columbia, South Carolina Saturday.
WCCP's RV and stage will be located in the Farmer's Market directly across from Williams Brice Stadium (behind BoJangles).
The Tiger Pre Game Show brought to you by CUTigers.com will go on the air at 1:00 p.m. and last until 4:00 p.m. The show is hosted by Scott Rhymer and Roy Philpott, and it will mark the 12th game the pre game show has been on location with the Tigers this year!
The show will include player interviews, game day analysis, some special guests, game day predictions, and an open microphone with the lovely Aly!
Immediately following the Tiger Pre Game Show, the Tiger Tailgate Show with Don Munson, Bubba Britton, Whitney Walters and Hurricane Duane will take place at the same location. The Tiger Tailgate Show will go up until 6:00 when the Clemson pre game show with Pete Yanity and Will Merritt take over.
So, to make things simple for you, make sure you are in the Farmers Market at 1:00 Saturday leading all the way up to game time with plenty of Clemson talk and pre game festivities.
And if you are not going to Columbia, keep your dial on WCCP 104.9 FM or www.wccpfm.com on the Internet for all of the game day analysis and festivities.
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