Scott Rhymer and Roy Philpott return as co-hosts for the show that traveled to every single Clemson game during the 2003 season.
"The success of the show in 2003 went beyond our expectations when we took it over," said Rhymer. "We revamped the attitude of the show, moving away from it being a caller-driven show and instead trying to pack as much insight and analysis into two hours as we could."
Similar to last year, the Tiger Pre-Game Show will be packed with player interviews, game plan analysis, audio clips from the previous week's game, interviews with beat writers from the opposing school, and fearless game day predictions. "Make no mistake about it. This show is for serious Clemson fans that simply want to know what to expect from their Tigers. After listening to this show, you will have no doubt what to expect inside the stadium," Philpott said.
CUTigers.com beat writer Brett Jensen has been added to the lineup to offer increased analysis of other ACC and SEC match ups.
"I'm excited to be a part of the show this year," said Jensen. "We should have a nice combination of personalities with the three of us in the booth. Whether you are the casual fan, or the hard core football junkie, this show should feed the appetite of everyone."
Just like last year, the broadcast location for home games will be adjacent to the east side of Littlejohn Coliseum directly beside the Tiger Tailgate Show location. And the amount of free things that are given away on location will make stopping by the stage area a must for your game day experience.
"We'll be giving away free CUTigers.com t-shirts, magazines, and much, much more. It's a great place to stop by for the entire family," added Philpott
Air time for this Saturday's Wake Forest game will be 10:00 a.m. and lasting up until 12:30 p.m. You can listen to the show on your way to Death Valley on WCCP 104.9 FM and live via the Internet (for those not coming to Clemson Saturday) at www.wccpfm.com.
Stay tuned to CUTigers.com later in the week as player interviews and special guests for the show will be announced.
Rhymer feels that the show is even better than last year since the broadcast team has a year under their belt. "The Tiger Pre-Game Show and WCCP 104.9 are the place to be on game days. As much success as we had last year with the show, we really feel that this year's show will be even better."
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