The show will broadcast live on WCCP 104.9 FM in the upstate and worldwide on wccpfm.com.
Scott, Roy, and Brett will be analyzing and breaking down the Clemson and Utah State match up in vivid detail to get you ready for the game.
In addition, player interviews with Eric Coleman, Charlie Whitehurst, Justin Miller, Tramaine Billie, and Bobby Williamson will take place to get the players feel on how the game will go for the Tigers.
A raffle to support the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society will also take place at the WCCP tent. The winner of the raffle will get two tickets to the Clemson - South Carolina football game in November along with a Lot 1 parking pass.
As if that was not enough, Scott Rhymer will provide his 5 Keys To Downing The Aggies sponsored by Chick-Fil-A with Roy and Brett taking him to task if they don't agree with his assessment.
And finally, plenty of free stuff is available for those that stop by the WCCP tent at Littlejohn. Tiger Town Graphics has provided shirts to give away, there will be CUTigers Magazines, and WCCP will have t-shirts and coozies to give away.
The Tiger Pre Game show tomorrow from 8:00 – 10:00 live form the lawn at Littlejohn and on WCCP 104.9 FM. Make it a part of your Clemson game day experience!
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