With the excitement of 2003 still fresh on everybody's mind, anticipation for this Clemson football team is peaking. Clemson is coming off its best season in over 10 years and the excitement of the "new" Atlantic Coast Conference has Clemson fans anticipating the Orange/White game more than ever.
CUTigers.com, after broadcasting a pre game show at every football game during the 2003 season, will offer complete and unprecedented coverage of the 2004 Orange/White game April 10th.
Scott Rhymer and Roy Philpott have teamed up with WCCP 104.9 FM to call the game live from Death Valley starting at 12:00 noon.
The broadcast will feature a play-by-play call of the game, color analysis by Roy, and player and coach interviews prior to the game and immediately following the game. In addition, several special guests may join Scott and Roy in the booth during the game.
If you are going to the spring game, turn on your radio while tailgating and carry your headsets into Death Valley so you can keep up to date on the action that is developing on the field.
If you will not be able to attend the spring game, tune into WCCP 104.9 in the upstate or listen via the Internet at www.wccpfm.com.
Of course, that is just the start of the coverage of the Orange/White game as CUTigers.com will have a complete breakdown that includes player interviews, coach interviews, pictures, and video from the game in the days following April 10th.
CUTigers.com and WCCP 104.9 FM is your all inclusive access to Clemson Tiger football on the net and over the airways.
Rhymer, Philpott to Broadcast Spring Game
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